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Aishwarya Rai wears a dramatic corsetted gown to Cannes 2024, netizens ask, 'Was the theme trauma?'

Updated on: 17 May,2024 02:21 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Written by: Tuhina Upadhyay | tuhina.upadhyay@mid-day.com

Some people on the internet were happy to see Aishwarya looking radiant on the red carpet, while others had a different opinion

Aishwarya Rai wears a dramatic corsetted gown to Cannes 2024, netizens ask, 'Was the theme trauma?'

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan might have hurt her hand and had to wear a white plaster, but she still looked stunning in her Falguni Shane Peacock black and white gown. The gown matched her hand plaster, turning it into an unexpected accessory.


The Miss World 1994 winner has been attending the Film Festival every year since she debuted in 2002 with her film Devdas. This year, she walked the red carpet for the premiere of Francis Ford Coppola's film Megalopolis.


The gown had a corset-style top made of black taffeta with large white puff sleeves. The standout feature of her outfit was the gold accents on the gown. The bust had molten gold detailing, and the train of the gown was decorated with hand-beaten gold flowers. 


Aishwarya Rai Bachchan 2024 Cannes Film Festival look leaves netizens unimpressed

Some people on the internet were happy to see Aishwarya looking radiant on the red carpet, while others had a different opinion. An online anonymous personality, Diet Sabya, posted Aishwarya's look and the comment section was filled with netizens who thought that the former Miss World was let down by her team.

 
 
 
 
 
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One comment read, "looks like a 5 y/o conducted a DIY craft project on a bin bag (sic.)"

"Someone please remind her that she's one of the most beautiful women on earth and she doesn't need to keep covering her arms all the time (sic.)" Another user wrote. 

"Honestly she’s a beauty but the outfit really took away from her. It was so confusing and all over the place (sic.)" a netizen wrote. 

One angry fan penned, "Did her daughter work on this dress? Then 100/100. Otherwise falguni Shane peacock did a bad one. CHOP IT AWAY (sic.)"

"Was the theme TRAUMA ….. coz this is giving me THAT …. How can you put the most tacky thing on most gorgeous woman on planet…. How??? (sic.)" A fan noted.

About Aishwarya Rai at Cannes Film Festival

Aishwarya made her Cannes debut in 2002 with superstar Shah Rukh Khan and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali for the premiere of their film 'Devdas'. Decked in a yellow saree, her iconic entrance in a chariot is remembered fondly by fans even today.

After making her debut, she became the first Indian actress to be part of the Cannes jury and ever since then the actress has been attending the film festival. Over the years, she served memorable iconic red carpet moments, making her undisputed 'Cannes queen'.

Last year, Aishwarya walked the red carpet in a giant silver hooded gown. Her floor-sweeping gown was adorned with thousands of dainty aluminum paillettes and crystals. There was also an oversized black bow detail cinched on her waist.

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