Actress Avika Gor And Actor Manish Raisinghani Steals The Show On Cannes Red Carpet
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Actress Avika Gor And Actor Manish Raisinghani Steals the Show on Cannes Red Carpet

Every year Cannes Film Festival brings some of the world's famous movie stars and filmmakers together under one roof and this time, Cannes red carpet has witnessed some of the stars coming out in numbers dressed in their finest, sheer gowns and daringly high-slit skirts. And a new face has been added to the Indian contingent at the Cannes Film Festival this year. After Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor, the latest entrant is the television actress Avika Gor and Actor Manish Raisinghani was seen at the festival's opening and launch their short movie poster. Beginning with the most awaited stars, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who marked her 15th year at the Cannes Film Festival with a touch of elegance and grace in a golden Ali Younes Couture gown. Red lips, red nails completed her glamorous look and fashionista Sonam Kapoor picked a dramatic white gown for her first red carpet appearance at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

And on the other hand, Actress Avika Gor was looking gorgeous in her new and exciting avatar after a long time and becoming the bell of the Cannes in her floor length Blue, one sided ball gown with less jewellery add to that a pair of natural nude shaded lips, eyes with sparkling make-up, her new short hair look which was curled to perfection added to her classy and cute avatar. And talking about Actor Manish Raisinghani the heartthrob is looking super hot in his black tuxedo with red bow tie charming away the crowd and photographers with his playful and fun nature. Both seem to be having a lot of fun with the people there interacting with the fans and the crowd flaunting their popular pinky finger gesture thus showing not just Bollywood but also Indian Television is at its popular best worldwide.

Actress Avika Gor and Actor Manish Raisinghani were seen at the Cannes Film Festival where they were here to represent the short film which has been selected for the Short Film Corner at the Cannes Film Festival 2016 "Ankahee Baatein" stars Manish Raisinghani and Barkha Bisht while Avika Gor is the Creative Director of the movie which is Directed by Manav Bhinder. And to do a grand poster launch of their other two short films.

Actress Avika Gor And Actor Manish Raisinghani Steals the Show on Cannes Red Carpet

Every year Cannes Film Festival brings some of the world's famous movie stars and filmmakers together under one roof and this time, Cannes red carpet has witnessed some of the stars coming out in numbers dressed in their finest, sheer gowns and daringly high-slit skirts. And a new face has been added to the Indian contingent at the Cannes Film Festival this year. After Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor, the latest entrant is the television actress Avika Gor and Actor Manish Raisinghani was seen at the festival's opening and launch their short movie poster. Beginning with the most awaited stars, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who marked her 15th year at the Cannes Film Festival with a touch of elegance and grace in a golden Ali Younes Couture gown. Red lips, red nails completed her glamorous look and fashionista Sonam Kapoor picked a dramatic white gown for her first red carpet appearance at the Cannes Film Festival this year. And on the other hand, Actress Avika Gor was looking gorgeous in her new and exciting avatar after a long time and becoming the bell of the Cannes in her floor length Blue, one sided ball gown with less jewellery add to that a pair of natural nude shaded lips, eyes with sparkling make-up, her new short hair look which was curled to perfection added to her classy and cute avatar.

And talking about Actor Manish Raisinghani the heartthrob is looking super hot in his black tuxedo with red bow tie charming away the crowd and photographers with his playful and fun nature. Both seem to be having a lot of fun with the people there interacting with the fans and the crowd flaunting their popular pinky finger gesture thus showing not just Bollywood but also Indian Television is at its popular best worldwide.

Actress Avika Gor and Actor Manish Raisinghani were seen at the Cannes Film Festival where they were here to represent the short film which has been selected for the Short Film Corner at the Cannes Film Festival 2016 "Ankahee Baatein" stars Manish Raisinghani and Barkha Bisht while Avika Gor is the Creative Director of the movie which is Directed by Manav Bhinder. And to do a grand poster launch of their other two short films.


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