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Aishwarya Rai looks fabulous at Cannes

Cannes, May 25 (): Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan attended the 2012 AmfAR Cinema against Aids gala in the 65th annual Cannes Film festival on May 24, at Hotel Du Cap in Cap D’Antibes, France. She was wearing a Sandeep Khosla – Abu Jani’s ethnic ensemble on Thursday evening. This is the 11th time Ash is adorning the film festival.

The star-studded bash was a part of the Cannes Film Festival 2012, which collected money for the AIDS research. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Janet Jackson, Kylie Minogue, Alec Baldwin, Kim Kardashian and Gerard Butler all appeared the black tie event.

Aishwarya looked gorgeous, although the actress was criticised on her weight increase post motherhood.

The lavish dress, Aishwarya wore gave a vibrant feel. She wore a long full-sleeves top in burnt orange, with a rich decorative neck in green and with red borders having a complicated zari work. The chikankari sari in white was stunning. Aishwarya Rai’s hairdo with slim golden band adds class to her splendid look.

The actress wore very simple jewellery. But, the make-up needs special mention: bold strokes of eyeliner highlighted her attractive blue eyes and golden rouge on her cheeks was top notch.

In another sighting at a media call, Aishwarya was wearing an Angelo Katsapis cream and gray shaded dress. That attire was also a great choice and suited her pretty well. She gave poses for photos beside a pretty backdrop of shiny cloudless sky and turquoise water.

Aishwarya Rai has reduced lot of weight and she looked stunning.

Aishwarya confirmed her 6-month-old daughter Aaradhya has accompanied her, but she was not at the event. The actress said Aaradhya is in Cannes and doing well. L’oreal has confirmed Aishwarya would walk the ramp for two consecutive days.

In an effort to collect money on Thursday at Cinema against AIDS auction, many celebrity hosts threw bribes to encourage the audience to part their money, and they tried to attain a target of $10 million dollars.