Deepika Padukone fails to stir during Cannes Collection 2017 launch

Deepika Padukone during a L’Oreal Paris Cannes Collection 2017 launch in Mumbai. (Source: PTI)

Looks like Bollywood beauty Deepika Padukone is carrying a bad conform spell. The singer who recently attended a Met Gala 2017 red carpet, a glamorous fundraiser for a Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute was pulled adult by conform critics for her choice of dressing. At a conform spectacular celebs followed a thesis “Art of a In-Between” hold in honour of Japanese engineer Rei Kawakubo though Padukone unsuccessful to spike it. She was seen in a elementary white Tommy Hilfiger satin trip robe with a plunging neckline.

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Now, during a L’Oréal Paris Cannes Collection 2017 launch, she unsuccessful to stir us once again. The Padmavati singer picked a red and white printed midi cut-out dress featuring thespian sleeves from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2017 collection. She accessorised it with earrings from Tom Ford, rings from Chloé and a span of heels from Giuseppe Zanotti. Bronzed eyes, blood red lips and blow-dry hair dull her look. Not during all impressive.

But it’s a opposite story in a printed ads of a new collection. Take a demeanour during this print and you’ll know what we are articulate about.

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Padukone looks overwhelming in a Swapnil Shinde dress and earrings from Viange. With hair tied-up orderly into a high ponytail and pinkish lips, she looks summer ready.

We are a small unhappy though it’s excellent given we can’t always win. Now, we are watchful to see what a singer would wear to a 70th Cannes Film Festival red runner on May 17. She final graced a festival in 2010. Apart from her, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor will travel a red carpet.

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