Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made an appearance at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM), Australia’s annual celebration of film from India and the subcontinent. She looked stunning as she walked the red carpet. The actress, who was last seen in the movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil opposite Ranbir Kapoor, was present with her daughter Aradhya to collect the ‘Excellence in Global Cinema’ award at the film festival. (ALSO READ Aishwarya Rai Looks Stunning in White as She Twins with Daughter Aaradhya at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne).
Gracing the red carpet of the Westpac Awards in her classy and elegant style, Aishwarya Rai looked nothing but amazing in her traditional avatar. Aishwarya opted for a traditional look for the big event and turned up at the red carpet in a blue velvet long line kurta paired with a floor length skirt. The traditional kurta had contrast golden zardozi work all over it and it looked flattering on Aishwarya. Since the outfit had heavy and intricate designs, she kept her makeup and hairdo simple. The nude makeup and open sleek and straight hair accentuated her look.
The actress looked so drop-dead-gorgeous that even the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne tweeted a photo of the actress with a caption that read: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan makes Westpac Awards Night at IIFM 2017 a whole lot more special!
Post the awards ceremony, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan hoisted the Indian National Flag at IFFM Melbourne and she became the first female actor ever to hoist the Indian National Flag at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM).
And here once again Aishwarya stuck to Indian traditional outfit. She wore a splendid white anarkali and was accompanied by her daughter Aaradhya. And guess what, the mother-daughter duo twinned for the event! Aishwarya wore a white sequined anarkali that had a plunging neckline with net dupatta. Her daughter Aaradhya also wore a white traditional ghaghra choli that had similar sequinned fabric as Aishwarya’s dress.
The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) began on August 10 and will continue till August 22.