Aditi Rao Hydari gives her own twist to Heeramandi’s Gajagamini walk at Cannes Film Festival, Nayanthara reacts. Watch | Bollywood

Aditi Rao Hydari has become a style icon at the illustrious Cannes Film Festival. Lauded for her performances in both Hindi and Southern Indian films, she has also won hearts with her fashion flair. Aditi recently shared a clip that caught the eye of netizens, featuring her indulging in an ice-cream with a nod to Heeramandi. (Related: Siddharth bursts into laughter watching a man emulate Aditi Rao Hydari’s Heeramandi dance move. Watch)

At Cannes 2024, Aditi Rao Hydari gives the Heeramandi Gajagamini walk her own flavor.

Aditi Rao Hydari’s Fashion-Forward Take on Bibbojaan

On her official Instagram, Aditi posted a video where she breathes life into the Gajagamini walk of Heeramandi fame, adding her own modern twist. She’s seen gracefully strolling along the French Riviera draped in a Gauri and Nainika floral creation, with an ice-cream in hand. The soundtrack? The captivating beats of “Saiyaan Hatto Jaao.” With a playful smile, Aditi captioned the clip with a message signaling fan request and a kiss emoji.

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Nayanthara Commends Aditi’s Elegant Walk Rendition

Nayanthara showed her admiration by commenting, “Sooooo pretty aduuu 😍😍.” A spectator remarked, “It’s like watching ‘Indian Emily in Cannes’, a page right out of Lily Collins’ book.” Another admirer noted, “She nails every look 😍😍😍.” Yet another observed, “This one is mesmerizing, but the original was 🔥🔥🔥🔥.”

Insights into Heeramandi

For those not in the know, Aditi shines as Bibbojaan in Heeramandi, playing Manisha Koirala’s on-screen progeny. Rooted in the backdrop of India’s struggle for independence from British rule, the series draws its name from Lahore’s historical red-light district, Heeramandi—now in today’s Pakistan—of the pre-Partition era. It portrays the intricate dynamics amongst the courtesans, the Nawabs of Lahore, and British officials.

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Not long ago, Aditi graced the Cannes Red Carpet in a monochrome, shoulder-baring ensemble by designer Gaurav Gupta, drawing comparisons to the timeless style of Audrey Hepburn. In another instance at the Riviera, she replicated her famed Gajagamini stroll, choosing to wear a flowy floral dress.

Aditi’s forthcoming role is in the Anglo-Indian production – Lioness.


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