Lunes, 22 May, 2017

Cannes Film Festival 2017: Deepika Padukone dazzles on Day 2

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Tobias Pedroso | 20 May, 2017, 00:28

All eyes were on Bella Hadid at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, but unfortunately, it was because of an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction!

On her way to the Cannes Film Festival, Deepika Padukone was photographed being driven in a auto and, later, escorted by heavy security to the red carpet. This is the model's second consecutive year at the festival and she had suffered a similar mishap at the red carpet last year.

Deepika Padukone pose for photographers upon arrival at the screening of the film Loveless at the 70th global film festival, Cannes, southern France.

First, Bella Hadid stepped out in a pink Alexandre Vauthier gown, uplifted by her wavy lob, freshly cut by George Northwood and elegantly tucked behind one ear.

But while the 20-year-old was dressed to impress, she revealed more than she intended when she went to greet Susan Sarandon on the red carpet. She flashed even more underwear and crotch as she ascended the stairs of the Palais des Festivals. "It's not about the status quo of being on the red carpet".

Making her Cannes debut Return of Xander Cage star Deepika Padukone looked flawless in a purple hued Marchesa gown with intricate sequin embellishments.

Declaring the event open Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi said: "I wish you 12 days full of enthusiasm". She paid the price for wearing a dangerously high slit dress. The red carpet saw her make quite the bold statement with extreme smoky eyes in a teal green that corresponded with her bottle green gown!

Baldwin, the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin, later sported an oversized hoodie as she let loose with Hadid in another social media video clip, the two of them dancing against the backdrop of the sea.

Dressed in a black tuxedo, the movie star rocked on the red carpet with style and charisma as he regaled the photographers and the watching fans.