After the traditional look at the Cannes Film Festival, Aishwarya Rai stunned everyone in an Elie Saab gown. On the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival, Aishwarya donned a Fall 2011 Couture collection gown designed by Elie Saab. Despite her post pregnancy weight gain, Aishwarya Rai gathered attention at the event. The blue coloured strapless gown with embellished sleeves and a small train enhanced her evening look.
At the premiere of 'Cosmopolis', Aishwarya Rai wore
this western outfit and silenced the critics. The previous day,
Aishwarya wore a traditional attire. She walked the red carpet in a
traditional off-white sari with chikankari embroidery work
designed by Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla. But, her midnight blue
coloured flowy gown looked marvelous on the diva. Dark nails, a
silver clutch and smokey eye makeup accessorised her look.
Aishwarya Rai also doused the critics over her weight gain by dressing up in a floral kaftan during the media call. The blue and green print Roberto Cavalli Kaftan gown gave a hint of summer and added to the beach affect that is visible on the background of the images. This second photo shoot appearance was completed with a black ankle strap Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and Roberto Cavalli sunglasses. The gown added a special affect with its floral cum animal print. The 70's style silhouette silk kaftan had blue animal print on the front and a floral green coloured print at the back. The deep V-neck front and back kaftan had side cutouts on the shoulders. A black ribbon looked contrast with the kaftan colour. Minimal makeup with a middle lined soft curls and her pink lip gloss added to the look of the diva at the Cannes 2012.
On the first photo shoot at the Cannes Film Festival 2012, Aishwarya Rai looked stunning in a cream and grey ombre Angelo Katsapis gown. Even on the red carpet, her minimal makeup and stunning outfit made Aishwarya look beautiful.
Although the diva has put on weight after delivery and was unable to hide all her fat, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan knows how to flaunt her beauty in both Indian and western outfits.