Deepika Padukone arrives for the screening of 'Dolor Y Gloria (Pain and Glory)' at the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival on Friday. Loic Venance / Reuters
Deepika, to represent a cosmetics brand, wore a creation by designer Peter Dundas for the event. The cream gown had a front slit, a plunging neckline, exaggerated sleeves and a bow.
Her eye make-up exuded drama with dark reverse winged eyeliner and a sleek and neat high ponytail.
She looked fresh and wore her confidence on her sleeve as her face showed no sign of fatigue even though she got ready amid a tight schedule, and her husband, actor Ranveer Singh paid a compliment as always.
"BABY," wrote Ranveer, who expressed his excitement with several exclamation marks. He also called her "elegance ki moorat."
After landing in the city on Thursday, Deepika had posted an Instagram video, sharing: "We have just landed. We have to settle in because we don't have much time. As soon as we get into hotel, we have to start with hair and make-up and literally a five minute fitting. Let's go."
Ahead of her Cannes trip, she had asked her fans to help her choose an outfit. "Do you think I should wear red on the red carpet? Yes or No," she had posted on her Instagram Story.
Clearly, she surprised fans with her choice of outfit.
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