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Sunny Leone stuns on Amfar Red Carpet at Cannes


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New Delhi: Bollywood diva Sunny Leone, continues to make headlines with her captivating fashion choices and the immense success of her film ‘Kennedy’, at 2023 Cannes Film Festival.

As the only Indian film selected by the esteemed jury, Sunny received accolades from a global audience for her brilliant performance, including a seven-minute standing ovation.

Adding another milestone to her Cannes journey, Sunny graced the highly anticipated Amfar red carpet in a mesmerising black shoulder bodycon dress. Designed by the talented fashion designer Zeena Zaki, the dress showcased Sunny’s impeccable sense of style and sophistication.

With her hair elegantly tied up and a side parting, complemented by a nude neutral makeup look, Sunny Leone exuded an aura of elegance and charm.

Sunny’s fashion choices have consistently showcased her versatility and fashion-forward sensibility, from her unforgettable green satin dress to the striking abstract prints and breathtaking blush pink high-slit dress.

As Sunny’s Cannes journey unfolds, the world eagerly awaits her next red carpet moments and eagerly anticipates the mesmerizing performances she has in store.

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