But actor Sonam Kapoor, who is set to walk there again this year, says she doesn’t think about the feedback and concentrates on following the mantra, ‘Be yourself’.
“As opposed to what people would assume, I don’t really think about it at all. There is no pressure on me... I don’t take myself too seriously,” said Sonam in an interview. “I’ve always felt great in everything I’ve worn and it has always appealed to my sensibilities,” added the Khoobsurat actor, who is amongst the most stylish actores in Bollywood. The Neerja star also shared a tip to bring the best at the carpet.
“The best way to bring your A-game on the red carpet is to be yourself,” Sonam said. Asked to comment on how film festivals as big as Cannes see mostly women from Bollywood, Sonam said: “It is something to be proud about. Our films too are making a big splash at the festival and I’m happy to represent the country in whatever capacity I can.”
The Khoobsurat star is associated with the Cannes Film Festival for the sixth time and she says she looks forward to the experience. “It feels wonderful. I always look forward to the experience. L’Oreal is the best host,” she added. On the work front, Sonam will next be seen in her home production Veerey Di Wedding.
At Cannes, actor Mallika Sherawat has already walked the red carpet for her film Time Raider, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be seen there on Friday.
The latter’s film Sarbjit will be screened at the gala, which is amongst the most popular film fests across the world and attracts several leading names from showbiz.