Diipa Buller-Khosla graced the Cannes red carpet 2021 in true Indian style

After an unfortunate cancellation in the year 2020, world’s most glamorous film festival, the Festival de Cannes is back with a bang with all the glitz and glamour associated with the annual celebration of films and fashion.
The Cannes red carpet is indeed a prestigious platform and watching our favourite celebrities and influencers walk down the coveted red carpet in choicest of ensembles is always a joy.

The 74th annual Cannes film festival has seen many popular social media faces of the social media walking the red carpet in fabulous attires. And, we are all mesmerised seeing the influencers’ ravishing looks as they post their pictures from the festival.
Diipa Buller Khosla, one of the most followed Indian influencers, posted a series of pictures from the coveted red carpet of the Cannes International Film Festival. Well, we are already in love with her looks.

Diipa is third time lucky at the Cannes, but this year, it is special as she has made her debut at the red carpet as a mother.

The diva’s first appearance this year was in a traditional lehenga by the Indian designer duo Falguni Shane Peacock. She opted for a black off-shoulder blouse. The accessories amplified her look as she opted for a cross-halter heavy neckpiece with a marquise cut diamond ring and a maang tikka.

The influencer captioned her post as, “NAMASTE CANNES!!! What did you think? I’d be attending the Cannes film festival in anything other than Indian outfit first?”


Diipa never fails to channel her inner desi diva at events like these. She is being applauded for showcasing Indian fashion at an international level.


She even posted some pictures of her second outfit that she donned at the festival – it was a yellow ruffled fluffy dress which she teamed up with a newly launched bag by Dior.

Diipa is a pillar of body positivity and always promotes real over reel and we totally love her for that. Her Instagram handle is so inspirational for all the mommies out there.


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