Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Best Red Carpet Looks
It’s old goss that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan skipped her first planned overall look at the 67th Cannes Worldwide Movie event. The amazing elegance created her first overall look on the red rug at Cannes 2014 last night in a Amazing Roberto Cavalli dress and boy, she knows how to create leads convert. Her mind-set, poise and presents completely created us drop madly in really like with her all over again.
She seemed bewitchingly wonderful in the silver dress, even though the same dress was carried by a The show biz industry lady at Academy awards 2014 a few several weeks ago. And if you were to ask us, Aishwarya Rai certainly provided her best ever overall look at Cannes 2014. If you do not believe us, take a look at the former Skip Globe’s past performances at the video event.
2013: More than a season following childbirth to a little lady, the Dhoom:2 acting professional still had a lot of post-delivery fat at Cannes 2013. And the once-slender acting professional was bashed by the style experts. Be it the teal Prada dress, Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla stitched dress or the dark sequined Elie Saab, the B-town lady did not create an impression on anyone at Cannes 2013.
2012: Cannes 2012 was organised only a few several weeks after Ash had provided a little lady and it was clearly noticeable with her overall look. She was seen appearing beautifully in a Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla collection and a sequined Elie Saab too. And well, the style cops would have put her behind the cafes for sure, if not for the lil Beti B
2011: Aishwarya Rai got visitors when she stepped the red rug in a geometrical Armani Prive dress at Cannes 2011. She seemed more healthy than she used to be (also study as heavier) but she did create an impression on a few individuals, especially her die-hard lovers.
2010: Whether it was Aishwarya’s beautician or her own style, this wonderful woman created terrible performances at Cannes 2010. On the red rug, she was seen in a Prada dress and a dark Armani Prive. Hmmm… It spelt tactastic rather than fantastic.