According to Sara Ali Khan, who had her Cannes debut there, she had the opportunity to portray the three facets of her personality—woman, actor, and Indian—there.
Sara Ali Khan, who made her cinematic debut at the Cannes cinematic Festival, is now back and actively touring the nation to promote her new movie, Zara Hatke Zara Bachke. Now that she has discussed her trip to Cannes, it is clear that she focused on her “Indianness” there.
She said, “I was invited by the Indian pavilion (at Cannes), and I was also invited by the Red Sea Film Festival people, who invited me there to celebrate women both behind and in front of the camera.” The actor claimed that “woman,” “actor,” and “Indian” are the three terms that best describe her as a person. She continued, “I get to represent all these qualities.
Sara Ali Khan made her Cannes premiere wearing a gorgeous hand-embroidered multi-panel skirt, according to Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. Each individual panel is embellished with delicate shadow work stitching that displays a mesmerising calendar of motifs from our historical collection of couture. Sara’s outfit is a work of art, featuring a stunning top with elaborate work in crystals, pearls, and resham. The outfit has two tulle drapes that add to its allure: a lovely one-shoulder drape and a long head veil. The head veil is adorned with small shadow dots and elaborate borders, and both drapes display the best shadow artistry.