- Aishwarya scored perfect 10 for both her red carpet appearances this year
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- Aishwarya wore Michael Cinco on Day 1 and Ralph & Russo on Day 2
This year Aishwarya started off with Michael Cinco ball gown looking no less than a fairytale princess. Her second look, a red layered Ralph & Russo gown was simply amazing even though Aishwarya broke the unwritten rule of the red carpet of not wearing red couture. Aishwarya's off the red carpet looks for media interactions were stunning too - on Day 1 she stunned in a green Yanina dress and then in Mark Bumgarner gown and on Day 2 she looked stunning in a black pleated dress by Ashi Studio.
"I've always joked that I go with the flow and you all can enjoy the show. I know they (her stylists) will never do something which will make me physically uncomfortable. If I am, I won't go like that in front of the world. I've always been open creatively and have reflected that even in my choice of cinema. Once you see and recognize that about me, you know my dos and don'ts and know my openness to creative flair," she said.
Of meeting fans at Cannes and the appreciation she gets back home, Aishwarya said: "There is so much love out there, I've been blessed that way that even if there are some fangs, there is far more love, hugs, kisses, excitement and admiration. I am so humbled by it."
This year, Aishwarya also presented her film Devdas for a select audience as part of the festival. Devdas first brought Aishwarya to Cannes Film Festival in 2002. "I was very touched when I got to know about this. It's personally always a pleasure for me to have Devdas viewed because I enjoy watching it till date. It's fun to recount that first experience and it's nice to share it with audience again," she said.
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