Hina Khan Looks Dazzling In An Ice Blue Slit Gown At Cannes Day 7

Indian actress Hina Khan is one of the most beautiful television actresses, presently at the 75th Cannes Film Festival. This is her second time walking in France at the Cannes Red Carpet with other Indian actresses. Indeed, her every look is getting praised and appreciated by fashionistas.

The Bigg Boss alum is known for her different fashion sense and styling for her looks. Likewise, her looks at French Riviera are commendable. Her subtle makeup with gorgeous hairstyles has set social media on fire. So, marking her second walk at the Cannes Film Festival, Hina Khan chose a voluminous gown with feather work. She opted for the strapless gown with a peplum like bodice and an extensive silhouette. Completing her look with strappy heels and minimal makeup look. 

The Latest Look At Cannes

In the recent posts shared by Hina Khan from Cannes, has sported in an ice blue satin bodysuit and high slit gown. The dress has a deep neck design with studs and embellishment detailing. It is a full sleeve gown with excellent fitting, highlighting her curves.

She completed her look with studded earrings with a neat bun. Her makeup, like always was subtle and flawless with nude shade lip shade. Hina khan paired the look with silver heels. She captioned, “A very good morning from the French Riviera.. #cannes2022 #cannesfilmfestival #frenchriviera”

Hina Khan Unveils Country Of Blind Poster

Country of Blind is H.G. Wells’ work. The film is based on the novel, directed by Rahat Kazmi and co-produced by Hero’s Faar Better Films. Likewise, the poster of the film was launched at the Indian Pavillion in Cannes. During the poster launch, the actress talked about the film and shared its importance.

The film is shot in Kashmir, India. This is Hina Khan’s second featured film after Lines. Hina Khan’s earlier work includes Television daily soaps, web series, films.

Mashfak Qureshi is an entertainment journalist, who brings facts and knowledge in the simplest form and believes in questioning.