Sunny Leone looks perfect in green on first day in Cannes, shares her excitement for ‘gowns and dresses’

Sunny Leone is in Cannes and she chose to go green in her first public appearance. She shared glimpses of a one-shoulder dress. The actress, who is making her Cannes debut this year, is in France for the premiere of her film Kennedy. Director Anurag Kashyap and actor Rahul Bhat are also in Cannes for the film. Also read: Sunny Leone feels weird when people ask her what she’ll wear to Cannes: ‘I’ll wear clothes’

Sunny Leone has reached Cannes.

Sharing some stunning pics of herself from France’s Rivera, Sunny wrote on Instagram: “Amazing first day @festivaldecannes interviewed for #kennedy. Thank you @ilya.vanzato for making me feel lovely.” She looks gorgeous in the green Maria Kokhia dress with a paneled waist. She kept her makeup simple and paired the outfit with matching heels.

Her fans loved her all-green look. One fan wrote, “Sunny always looks gorgeous.” Another wrote, “Looks like a baby doll.” Another commented, “Ayyy prettyyyyy.”

Sunny is in Cannes with her husband Daniel Weber. Upon arrival in France, she shared video from her car as she sat next to Daniel. She was delighted with all the “clothes” and promised her fans to keep her updated with lots of pictures and videos. Sharing the video, she wrote on Instagram, “Mission #kennedy is about to arrive at this beautiful hotel!!”

On Monday, Rahul Bhat, who plays the lead in Kennedy, shared a candid video with Anurag while they were having fun in Cannes. He added the song Jumma Chumma De De and captioned it “Zeher hai ke pyaar hai Kennedy ka chumma.” With the OG @anuragkashyap10.” They simply posed with their backs to each other on a street.

Directed by Anurag Kashyap, Kennedy stars Sunny Leone, Rahul Bhatt and Abhilash Thapliyal. The film revolves around a sleepless ex-cop who was long thought dead but still works for the corrupt system and seeks redemption. It was selected for a midnight screening at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. It is one of the few films from India to be included in the festival’s official selection this year.

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