Kiara Advani Leaves for Cannes Film Festival 2024 in Bossy Look, Netizens Say ‘She is copying Deepika’

Kiara Advani

Kiara Advani

Indian actresses are preparing to attend the grand film festival in France. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was seen with her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan at Mumbai airport. After her, the gorgeous actress Kiara Advani was also spotted at the airport in her bossy look and she made the netizens go bonkers with her appearance in the stunning outfit. Kiara exuded oomph with her exciting appearance in the beautiful and cool outfit. However, the online audience thought that she copied the style of Deepika Padukone.

Kiara Advani Looked Stunning in Chic Outfit

Kiara Advani earns praise for her fashion choices because she always chooses glamorous and beautiful outfits that highlight her beauty and grace. The actress makes the netizens go bonkers with her exquisite appearances and she raises the temperature high online. She was spotted at the Mumbai airport in beautiful attire and people loved her look.

In a beige co-ord outfit, sunglasses, a brown purse, and a few accessories, Kiara Advani looked stunning. Kiara won the hearts of the audience with her appearance but some fans thought that the actress was copying the fashion sense of Deepika Padukone. Deepika always chooses beautiful outfits for her airport looks and appearances generate a lot of buzz.

The video went viral online and netizens started praising the appearance of the actress and some people called her copy of Deepika. One user wrote, “Copying deepika.” Another user wrote, “Copycat of Deepika. Ohh sis you can never be like her.”

Other Celebrities at Cannes Film Festival 2024

Along with Kiara Advani, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aditi Rao Hydari will attend the event in France. Kiara Advani will attend the prestigious dinner at the film festival which is organized to celebrate the women who are making changes in the entertainment industry.

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