Aishwarya Rai flutters in butterfly gown; while Aaradhya steals mom’s thunder at Cannes!
The wait is over. The dazzling and beautiful Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, for whom we were waiting with baited breath to make her appearance at 71st Cannes Red Carpet 2018 is here. She made the heads turn with her beautiful butterfly long tailed gown, flaunting her cleavage.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made a spectacular appearance yet again and brought Cannes to a standstill in her exquisite designer creations.
Actress and former beauty queen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made a colourful statement with a dramatic 'butterfly' gown by Dubai-based designer Michael Cinco for her first red carpet appearance at the 71st Cannes Film Festival here on Saturday.
Aishwarya, who clocks her 17th year at the film jamboree this time as L'Oreal Paris brand ambassador, took a confident walk with the exquisite three meter train trailing behind and catching the attention of the crowd.
She walked the red carpet for the premiere of Eva Husson's French drama LES FILLES DU SOLEIL, starring Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani.
With her lips accentuated by a scarlet shade, and eyes done up with a smoky effect, Aishwarya kept her hair straight and simple with a neat middle parting. She kept her accessories minimalistic with just danglers and a couple of rings.
Although Aishwarya oozed oomph on red carpet, but it was her 7-year old daughter Aaradhya Bachchan who stole even her mother’s thunder at the Cannes. She was the real star as she accompanied her mother to the French Riviera and also posed for delightful pictures.
In a pre-red carpet video shared on her newly launched Instagram page, Aishwarya is seen walking along with daughter Aaradhya who is dressed in a red ensemble. The actress is seen helping the little diva do a little twirl.
"Circle of life," Aishwarya captioned the image.
Before she went for the red carpet, Aishwarya was welcomed with a loud cheer from the crowd. She waved out and signed autographs, apart from gesturing the traditional Indian 'namaste'.
(With inputs from Rachana Sheth)