Kicked off by Mallika Sherawat, marched through by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, saluted by Sonam Kapoor and (reportedly) following from the back by Frieda Pinto, our gorgeous, glamorous and delightful Bollywood beauties haven't disappointed one jot during Cannes International Film Festival 2016. We've never seen so much flounce, bounce, bold colour, drape and flair in one place- at such pace! If you thought your luggage bulged one the airport baggage belt, spare a thought for these ladies' humble bag pushers. Here are all of the looks from all of these red carpet desi-divas.
On her 15th year at Cannes, Aishwarya's teased and tantalised us with her first look by launching an online video of her flouncing through the corridors along her way to the red carpet in this golden Ali Younes Couture gown.
Sticking with a single, bold colour theme she posed on the decks of a ship in this red ruffled gown from New York-based designer Naeem Khan who Kate Middleton also chose on her recent India visit.
For the screening of her upcoming film Sarbjit she wore this muted and rich Rohit Bal ensemble.
To attend the premier of Steven Spielberg's 'The BFG' Ash slipping into 'something a little more comfortable'... namely this taupe Elie Saab gown.
ENTER SONAM KAPOOR.
And like an effortless tag team, Sonam Kapoor played in on Sunday making this her sixth year at Cannes. She kept it desi and real with this futuristic saree by designer Rimzim Dadu.
And then one of these moments happened that made our jaw drop...one clever photographer caught Sonam wearing this exquisite Ralph & Russo gown that just made Sonam look...well totes angellic. Aww.
Before one of the press callings, Sonam donned this Anamika Khanna creation.
So elegant. The black and white Ralph & Russo dress worn for the press calls.
Another Ralph and Russo- this time a silk crepe gown with feather cut organza flower blooms.
We love this sultry, sheer black Ralph and Russo worn for the Chopard event.
We can't wait to see what else she has in store!
Meanwhile Mallika Sherawat held her own in these exquisite Georges Hobeika gowns.
Image credits: AP, Instagram, Reuters