Anyone can walk the red carpet in Cannes, even Urvashi Rautela | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

Anyone can walk the red carpet in Cannes, even Urvashi Rautela | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

It is very amusing to see our stars and starlets making a big deal about walking the red carpet at Cannes. Anyone can walk the red carpet. Even your house help. It requires no invitation, only a fancy gown and designer jewelry. Maybe not even that.
The only film from India to have been officially invited at Cannes this year is Anurag Kashyap’s

Kennedy

. Everyone associated with the film including Sunny Leone are invitees. The rest are….well not exactly gatecrashers but not invitees for sure. These idle strollers on the red carpet are mere hangers-on.
Rather than hanging our heads in shame at the rejection, or inversely, defiantly wondering why it makes a fig of a difference to us whether Cannes approves or not, why are we so obsessed with women (mind you, not men) walking the red carpet?
During the the last two weeks all the portals and papers in India went on and on about the Bollywood actresses who walked the red carpet, their gowns, accessories, etc etc.
But what about the films? Is there a single film besides

Kennedy

which is competing for any prize at Cannes? The answer is an emphatic no.
Mallika’s case is especially intriguing. Her career hit rockbottom many years ago. She was still a Cannes regular until recently .What did she go there for? Why did the cameras click her on the red carpet?Did they even know who she is?
That very fine actor Inaamulhaq (seen in notable films like

Filmistaan

,

Airlift

,

Phullu

and

Nakkash

) has a hilarious experiences to share at Cannes. “I went to the Cannes film festival in 2018 representing my film

Nakkash

. And I was thrilled to walk the red carpet. But believe me, not a single camera clicked me. I was disheartened. Then I realized they clicked every lady who walked the red carpet, spoke to them about their gown, etc, but nothing about their films. Then I realized, this was not about cinema. It was about gowns. If I had known I’d have put on a gown and gone to the festival.”
Gown too soon, we say to that.

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