Sara Ali Khan, the talented actress known for her unique style and vibrant personality, has been creating waves at the esteemed Cannes Film Festival 2023. Her fashion choices have been the talk of the town, starting with her dazzling Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla lehenga that turned heads on the red carpet. The blingy ensemble perfectly showcased Sara's glamour and confidence, making a lasting impression.
Not stopping at that, Sara continued to captivate the audience with her fusion saree look on Day 2 of the festival, and now her speech from overseas has caught our attention.
In her impactful speech, Sara expressed her pride in Indian Cinema, Art, and Culture, emphasizing the importance of preserving and promoting these treasures globally.
She urged everyone to be vocal and proud of their cultural heritage and to share it with the world, as cinema and art have the power to transcend language, regions, and nationalities. Sara's words resonated deeply with the audience, highlighting the significance of remaining true to one's roots while embracing a global perspective.
She said, "And we should be able to bring to the rest of the world. I think cinema and art transcend language, regions and nationalities. I think that we should come together, and while we're here on a global stage representing our country, we shouldn't forget- and I don't think we do- we should not forget who we are. So we can remain organic in the content that we create, because I think that really is what resonates with the rest of the world. Being Indian, being proud of our Indian-ness, but also being global citizens and not being afraid of having a louder voice."
In an event that added another layer of significance to the festival, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, L Murugan, inaugurated the India Pavilion at Cannes. Sara Ali Khan and esteemed celebrities like Madhur Bhandarkar, Vijay Varma, Manushi Chillar, and Esha Gupta graced the occasion with their presence.
Beyond her appearances at the festival, Sara also had the opportunity to attend the after-party, where she mingled with A-listers from Hollywood and the international film industry. Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Helen Mirren, Brie Larson, Uma Thurman, and Elle Fanning, Sara exuded elegance and charm on the red carpet before the premiere of 'Jeanne du Barry,' which marked the opening of the 2023 edition of Cannes.
While basking in the glory of Cannes, Sara is also busy with the promotions of her upcoming romantic comedy 'Zara Hatke Zara Bach Ke' in collaboration with Vicky Kaushal. The film promises to bring a refreshing twist to the genre, and Sara's energetic presence undoubtedly adds to the excitement. Additionally, she is involved in other exciting projects like 'Ae Watan Mere Watan,' an untitled project directed by Jagan Shakti, and Homi Adjania's 'Murder Mubarak,' demonstrating her versatility and commitment to delivering diverse and engaging performances.