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Sonam Kapoor slayed the red carpet of the 72nd International Cannes Film Festival

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Indian actress Sonam Kapoor is killing it this year at the Cannes Film Festival 2019. Kapoor is amongst many other Indian celebrities attending the event, which includes Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai, Diana Penty, Hina Khan, Huma Qureshi and Deepika Padukone.

Like every year, Sonam Kapoor has been attending the film festival as a brand ambassador of the beauty brand, L’Oreal Paris. The actress was styled by her sister Rhea Kapoor.

She made her first appearance on the red carpet in a red gown by Valentino. She wore fresh makeup with nude pink lips and a beautifully done eye make-up. Next day, Sonam Kapoor walked the red carpet in an ivory white Tuxedo of the ongoing Cannes Film Festival. The Tuxedo, by Ralph & Russo, had a long trail, giving it a dress like a look.

Read more: Mahira Khan Joins Sonam Kapoor on the Red Carpet

She also paired the Tuxedo with a statement necklace by Chopard and Jimmy Shoes. On other hand, for her hair styling, she chose a mid-parting with a tight bun. Later, the actress then wore a neon yellow gown by Ashi Studios. The dress was paired with matching stilettos. She shared a few pictures of herself on Instagram. “The French Riviera suits me,” she captioned the post.


Sonam Kapoor has been consistent with her looks and styling at the Cannes International Film Festival. The ongoing 72nd Cannes Film Festival opened on 14th May and will conclude on May 25th, 2019.

Read more: Kangana Ranaut snaps back at Sonam Kapoor

On the work front, the actress was last seen in ‘ Ek Ladki Ko Dekha to Aisa Laga’, alongside Rajkumar Rao, in which she played the daughter to her real-life father, Anil Kapoor. The actress will next be seen in ‘Zoya Factor’ a story based on Anuja Chauhan’s book. She commented on her upcoming project:

“So I think it’s important for me to play characters who are normal. That’s what I loved about Zoya she is very normal and average.”