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Guess it’s time the western media woke up to our Indian celebrities else they would be trolled on social media just like in Deepika’s case. It seems it was on Ash’s insistence that the brand called-off Sonam’s much hyped introduction at the red carpet.
And while we are thrilled to see what Sonam Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be dressed like at the starry do.
Here are few times when our stars had serious identity crisis.
There have been some really embarrassing moments that our Bollywood superstars have faced on the Cannes red carpet that can be easily termed as ‘SNUBBED’!
While some benefited from this mistaken identity others we believe were left red-faced! Yes, the actress had a massive fall-out with Asihwarya Rai Bachchan who was already the face of the brand that Kapoor gal was roped in to endorse.
Mallika Sherawat becomes Stephanie Sigman Mallika Sherawat has made Cannes her third home, Hollywood and Bollywood being the first and second in the same order.
While Ms Sherawat caught the paps attention with her daring necklines and posing with Jackie Chan, the Dirty Politics heroine must have been elated when she was labelled as ‘Stephanie Sigman’, the Mexican actress who is now a part of James Bond film titles .
We’re sure Ms Sherawat must have done a cartwheel in her heart on finding out about her rechristening. Kareena Kapoor’s husband didn’t even manage to make it to the photogs after a failed announcement.
It seems that the actor missed his cue to walk the red carpet, while some say that no announcement was even made to announce the Nawab’s arrival.
What was worse is that Saif was completely sidelined by Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek.
When Saif returned he had word of advice for all those planning to go to Cannes the next time and that was – “We talk about Cannes Film Festival as if someone has won an Oscar!
It’s not like that, it’s just a trip to the South of France. the international face of Indian cinema and she has been there for 10 years, and that’s great.