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'Sari Not Sorry': Huma Qureshi Is A 'Desi Girl' At The French Riviera As She Stuns In A White Sari At Cannes 2019

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Published:

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  • After mesmerizing people with her metallic hued grey, Gaurav Gupta gown Huma Qureshi stole all the limelight yet again as she as recently graced Cannes 2019 in traditional attire.
  • The 'Gangs of Wasseypur' actress was seen donning a beautiful pleated white saree at the Cannes, over which she wore a heavily embroidered cardigan to complete her look.

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival that kick-started on Tuesday is currently underway the French Riviera witnessed the presence of numerous celebrities across the world. The international event also hosted a number of Bollywood beauties including Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, among others who have been turning heads with their spectacular red carpet appearances.

 

Joining the bandwagon is actress Huma Qureshi who has been grabbing eyeballs with her stunning outfits. After mesmerizing people with her metallic hued grey, Gaurav Gupta gown the Bollywood diva stole all the limelight yet again as she as recently graced the event in traditional attire. The 'Gangs of Wasseypur' actress was seen donning a beautiful pleated white saree at the Cannes, over which she wore a heavily embroidered cardigan to complete her look. She accessorized herself in diamond earrings and a ring.

The Bollywood diva looked absolutely proud and confident as she pulled off the 'desi look' in the international platform. Her outfit for the day was designed by Gaurav Gupta while her accessories were from Fabergé. 

Sharing pictures of herself in the outfit on Instagram, the 'Leila' star captioned it saying, "Sari not Sorry!!"

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Meanwhile, she is not the only Indian who dazzled the Cannes red carpet in Saree this year. Earlier, actress Kangana Ranaut was also seen gracing the red carpet in a gorgeous Falguni Shane Peacock ensemble. 

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Meanwhile, The 2019 edition of the 12-day festival (May 14 to 25) opened with the screening of Jim Jarmusch's zombie satire 'The Dead Don't Die', one of 21 titles competing for the Palme d'Or.  However, India missed out from the official selection this year for the first time in a decade. 

 

 

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