Another day at Cannes, one other sighting of actress Mrunal Thakur in a surprising outfit. After posing in a powerful black swimsuit by Verandah with a bling jacket and lace pants on her first day within the French Riviera, Mrunal Thakur, who flew right down to Cannes yesterday for her debut on the Film Festival, opted for a “desi woman” search for the second day. Truth be advised, we’re already impressed. For day 2 at Cannes, the Jersey star wore an attractive pastel saree from the home of Falguni Shane Peacock India and nailed the look. For the unversed, Mrunal is representing the vodka model Grey Goose.
Sharing some photos of herself within the attractive saree, Mrunal wrote, “Thank you Falguni Shane Peacock India for this absolute stunner and for making me really feel just like the #DesiGirl I’m.”
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Before unveiling her search for the day, Mrunal additionally posted a behind-the-scenes video from her make-up room. She captioned it, “How a lot I like dressing her, let’s go.”
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Mrunal Thakur additionally posted photos from her day 1 at Cannes. Sharing photos of her OOTD, the actress wrote, “I did not come this far to solely come this far. #YesICannes. Ready to tackle the Festival de Cannes expertise? Join me on this glamorous little journey #StayTuned.”
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Alongside Mrunal, Amy Jackson additionally joined the lengthy listing of celebs, that will likely be attending the Cannes Film Festival this yr. On Wednesday evening, Amy made an look on the pink carpet in a modern black robe. She walked the pink carpet on the screening of the movie Kaibutsu (Monster).
Take a take a look at Amy Jackson’s apparel for the massive evening:
Talking about her Cannes debut, Mrunal Thakur stated, “I’m thrilled to be attending the Cannes Film Festival for the primary time. It is an honor to signify Grey Goose on such a prestigious platform. I’m wanting ahead to interacting with world filmmakers, exploring new alternatives, and showcasing the expertise that Indian cinema has to supply.”
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