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Tamannaah attended the Cannes Film Festival’s opening night event wearing a Gauri and Nainika gown. With her hair slicked back, she rounded out the look with diamond earrings from Jaipur Gems.

Between the peplum, the fishtail silhouette and the sweeping train, there’s a lot of gown to take in. Personally, I find the dress over-designed but that doesn’t take away from the fact that Tamannaah made the look work for her; she looked striking.

Earlier in the day, the actor was spotted in a pantsuit from Bershka. Her accessories for the occasion included big hoops and Sergio Rossi pumps. Love the idea of pairing neon with lilac but that lace-trimmed bodysuit looked more like innerwear. As great as the suit looks on her, the bodysuit and eye make-up put bit of a dampener on the look.



Tamannaah Bhatia



Tamannaah Bhatia



Tamannaah Bhatia

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    • That is a pretty un-insightful thing to say given the significant difference in their resources. She has done pretty well despite of it. Not over done and desperate. Polished, sticking to her comfort and strengths.

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  1. That’s a badly made gown around the hip and thighs. Tamannah deserved better. She looks stunning. Agree about the bodysuit… innerwear vibes.

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  2. The gown doesn’t look well finished… Though I agree with you with the body suit comment i actually liked the eye makeup

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  3. That gown is an eyesore! The dupatta styling on the front, the peplum, the fishtail and that long weird train…nothing works. I am wondering why did she give a nod to such a ridiculous outfit at the first place!

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  4. She look stunning in that structured gown. Killing it.

    But I feel the neck design was a bit of an overkill.

    Love the suit look, eye makeup and all. Just wish she had replaced the bodysuit with a cami or crisp shirt/blouse in the same color. That is a minor gripe though. Lusting after those hoops.

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  5. agree the gown is overdesigned, but this being Cannes — go big or go home — I think it works.
    agree too on the lilac bodysuit — delicious combination but distinct innerwear vibes. love the eye make-up though.

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  6. It would have worked well if the bottom part of the gown has tight fitting (similar to one of the Audrey Hepburn looks)

    Bodysuit? Going by the creases it looks like a camisole I wear at home :p

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  7. Not the best outfits…but she still manages to look striking. Glad to see new faces at Cannes and not the usual Bollywood brigade.

    Hope you ladies cover the men who are part of the contingent. They all are looking dapper even though all of them may not be in “branded” or “designer” outfits.

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  8. The gown look made me go “Wow!”. It’s definitely fit for Cannes.
    The suit is nothing special (even though she looks great in it).

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  9. She looks amazing in the gown, pitch perfect!!
    Correct about the lilac inner wear comment on The second look, I so wish she had gone for a sharp blouse or cami and it would have looked really nice because her hair and makeup are so spot on

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  10. On a different note, that gown is designed to be literally IMPOSSIBLE to walk in. Like the good old hobble skirts of yesteryear. When fashion impedes mobility, it’s just ridiculous.

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  11. I’m concerned that she’s unable to breathe, or even eat properly in that gown. The pantsuit is ok. She is really pretty though.

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  12. I think she looks gorgeous in the gown. Dramatic and stunning. Love her make up, hair and earrings in the pant suit look. Hair in the gown look is also good.

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  13. How was Sonam’s Gaultier exquisite and this over-designed? She is a stunner…I am barely looking at what she is wearing. That re eye makeup is glorious on her and th best part about her look.

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