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Cannes Film Fes­ti­val is as much about red car­pet fash­ion as it is about the race for the Palm d’or and this year, es­pe­cially, the celebri­ties did not dis­ap­point. From Ju­lianne Moore’s ‘ too- tight- for- my-

‘‘ QUOTE OF THE MONTH “Com­pared to to­day’s songs the Sarkai lo khatiya jaada

lage era seems so in­no­cent. There are no ab­so­lutes in freedom. We must ex­er­cise self- reg­u­la­tion. When we find chil­dren danc­ing to such songs, it’s re­volt­ing, shame­ful, dis­gust­ing and con­demnable.”

— Sha­bana Azmi, who af­ter lis­ten­ing to the song Ishq Ki Maa Ki from the film I Don’t Luv U on the ra­dio, called up the FM sta­tion de­mand­ing the song be pulled off and ranted on Twit­ter against the song and its lyri­cist. toot­sies’ shoes to an uniden­ti­fied guest’s bespoke bis­cuit tray dress, fash­ion en­ter­tain­ment was at its best at Cannes. There were also celebs like Sonam Kapoor and Car­rey Mul­li­gan who never stopped to wow the crowd dress af­ter dress. This year the fes­ti­val even took a dra­matic turn when gun­shots rang out over the Riviera as the French po­lice in­ves­ti­gated a jewellery heist at the venue which caused jury mem­ber and Os­car win­ning ac­tor, Christoph Waltz to run for cover in the mid­dle of a live in­ter­view broad­cast. Only in Cannes.

A guest in a bis­cuit tray dress

Ju­lianne Moore

Carey Mul­li­gan

Aish­warya Rai

Sonam Kapoor

Ni­cole Kid­man

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