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Surveen Chawla speaks about her experience at the Cannes Film Festival

The actress had worn a yellow ensemble by designer Seema Gujral

Surveen Chawla speaks about her experience at the Cannes Film Festival

Last Updated: 08.56 PM, May 25, 2023


Readers may recall that, OTTplay had reported a few days back, that actress Surveen Chawla was all set to attend the globally prestigious Cannes Film Festival. The ‘Hate Story 2’ actress was seen in a yellow ensemble by designer Seema Gujral, whose creation effortlessly merged classic elements with contemporary allure. The vibrant yellow hue perfectly definitely complemented Surveen Chawla’s personality.

Speaking of her experience Surveen Chawla said, “I am thrilled to be back at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival and I couldn’t be happier to be here. Cannes is the perfect platform for artists to express themselves, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to showcase my style and represent Indian cinema. This year, I wanted to make a statement with my fashion choice, and Seema Gujral design allowed me to do just that. The fusion of classic and contemporary elements in the design perfectly aligned with my personal style. Thank you to everyone who has supported me on this incredible journey.”

Readers may recall that, before leaving for the prestigious festival, Surveen Chawla said, “I am excited to be returning to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival for the second time! Cannes holds a special place in my heart, and it is an incredible honor to be a part of this iconic red carpet. I've been fortunate enough to be attending one of the most prestigious events of the year attended by film enthusiasts, fashion experts, and the biggest names of the entertainment industry. I look forward to showcasing a part of our vibrant culture through a high fashion lens!"

With ‘going global’ as the keyword, Surveen Chawla had earlier spoken to OTTplay stating that she was extremely lucky to be a part of a journey which had Sacred Games being the first Indian show to go global. She also spoke about how, these days, the opportunities are greater on OTT than in films as it gives a lot more freedom as an artist to write better, to tell the kinds of stories that need to be told, and that too, without having to dilute them. She summed it up saying that OTT was a great space and also a platter of opportunity.

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