CALL IT CANNES
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