Deepika Padukone visually treats Cannes 2022 one last time as she stuns in a gorgeous white ruffle saree
Actor Deepika Padukone is all set to return to India after serving the red carpet of the Cannes International Film Festival of 2022 with some utmost glamorous looks. Deepika made her last appearance at the Cannes 2022 red carpet on 28th May and oh boy, she signed off with a bang. For the last day in Cannes, Padukone who has been attending the prestigious festival ceremony as a jury member opted for an Indian designer for her red carpet look and we are floored to see her magic. The actor picked a gorgeous plain white ruffle saree from the collections of Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla.
Deepika looked like a vision in white as she wore an off-white saree featuring a trail and dramatic pleated ruffles. She paired her gorgeous saree with a bustier with pearls and crystals. However, the one thing that stole our attention and only enhanced her look to another level is by picking up a spectacular, hand-embroidered, statement pearl collar and matching earrings. It completes her ethereal look. The Gehraiyaan actor rounded her look by choosing her signature smoky eyes and dewy makeup. Pulling her hair back into a bun, Deepika redefined elegance and we loved every bit of it.
Interestingly, Deepika started her Cannes 2022 journey by picking up an Indian designer. Choosing Sabyasachi for her day 1 red carpet, the 36-years-old actor opted for a sequin black and gold striped saree and well, for the last day of the Cannes film festival, she once again chose an Indian designer as well as a saree which obviously cast magic.
Check out her looks right here:
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Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone graced the prestigious Cannes festival as a jury member. Talking about the same, the Padmaavat actor told Variety, “It makes me sit back and think sometimes maybe I’ve not given myself enough credit. And that’s okay too, because, I don’t want to be feeling like, like this huge achievement or whatever. If I’ve landed here today, without even realizing it, I must be doing something right. And therefore, I don’t want to think too much about what led me to come here.”