Cannes 2017: Aishwarya Rai's first look is breathtaking

Wendy Jensen
May 20, 2017

Just a few hours ago we got a glimpse of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's first look at the Cannes Film Festival in a handsome Yanina outfit.

Due to walk the red carpet in few hours, the actress is looking winsome in her second look from Cannes, which has her garbed in a strapless gown.

Aishwarya made her debut at the film carnival in 2002 to present her film "Devdas".

We think she looks ravishing!

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See all the looks from Aishwarya Rai's first day at Cannes Film Festival 2017, Day 3!

It's been fifteen year's since the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Devdas", Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is all set to present the opulent romantic tragedy to and worldwide audience for the second time. She walked the red carpet at Cannes 2017 for first two days - May 17-18.

Hubby Abhishek Bachchan too, got wooed by Aishwarya's charm and posted a picture of hers on Instagram, captioning it, "There she is".

Deepika made her stunnign appearance at the red carpet as the ambassador of cosmetic giant L'Oreal Paris on Day 2 of the mega event on Thursday.

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Recounting her first experience at the fest, Aishwarya said: "We attended the festival not just as artistes but as proud representatives of Indian cinema, and showcasing a film that meant so much to us".

The couture dress having broad floral motifs all over gave Bachchan an hourglass look.

With her tresses left open, she looked exquisite as she exuded confidence and elan in her one-shoulder floor-sweeping dress.

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