Kan­gana makes a stylish de­but

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AC­TRESS Kan­gana Ra­naut made her de­but at Cannes this year, and she was in her el­e­ment through­out the event. We saw her in some dar­ing out­fits, and we were im­pressed — the sexy shim­mer­ing jump­suit by Is­tan­bul-based de­signer Ne­dret Taciroglu, the red dress by Nanushka, the bral­ter-suit by Trus­sardi (did some­one say risqué?), and the gown by Zuhair Mu­rad all caught our at­ten­tion. In an e-in­ter­view with LIFE­STYLE, the Queen ac­tress re­vealed, “It felt amaz­ing to be mak­ing my de­but at Cannes. It was like a per­sonal change for me. I had just fin­ished work­ing on a pe­riod drama film, so from liv­ing the 19th cen­tury life to com­ing straight to this red car­pet was quite a re­lief.” Ra­naut had at­tended this year’s film fes­ti­val with Grey Goose as part of its global cel­e­bra­tion of cin­e­matic craft, Vive Le Cin­ema!. Shar­ing her views on In­dian cin­ema at in­ter­na­tional film fes­ti­vals, she stated, “In­dian cin­ema has reached great heights in­ter­na­tion­ally and the emo­tional con­tent is far more su­pe­rior to that of the west. Although we may not be as tech­ni­cally sound as them, we will def­i­nitely be at par soon.”

As for her make-up at the event, Ra­naut went for ev­ery­thing from clas­sic to rock­star chic. When asked what her beauty es­sen­tials were, she re­vealed, “A lip balm, a per­fume and a cream blusher,” adding, “My beauty kit is so huge, it would shock ev­ery­one! I could have cer­tainly helped Bren­don (her make-up artist for Cannes) with all the prod­ucts.” The ac­tress ap­pears to have made a fash­ion­able first im­pres­sion, as her count­less Instagram pictures and videos prove. “I met some great per­son­al­i­ties and made new friends ev­ery­day at

Cannes. I was thrilled to watch and talk about the ex­cit­ing movies screened there,” she shared.

—Rad­hika Bhalla

A risqué look by Trus­sardi Kan­gana Ra­naut in a jump­suit by Ne­dret Taciroglu

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