Paoli Dam, Bengali actress at the famous Cannes Red Carpet - 2011
The eminent Tollywood Actress, Poli Dam, did Bengal proud as she walked the world famous, glamorous, sparkling Red Carpet at Cannes on May 17, 2011. This actress, wearing the red and white sari, walked among the world famous Hollywood, Bollywood and Tollywood Stars.
Cannes Red Carpet
On May 17, 2011- Tuesday night, the eminent Tollywood actress Paoli Dam did Bengal proud as she walked past more than thousands of world famous, glamorous Holly-Bolly-Tolly stars at the famous Red Carpet in Cannes. Sri Lankan Director, Vimukthi Jayasundara, directed the movie 'Chhatrak' (Mushroom). For the screening of this Bengali movie, the actress was there in Cannes. She has the leading role in this movie.
Paoli Dam watched the movie 'Le Havre' inside the 2,300-seat Grand Lumiere. This movie is a comedy-drama written and directed by Aki Kaurismaki. 'Le Havre'- starring Andre Wilms, Kati Outinen, Jean Pierre Darroussin and Blondin Miguel- is all about a shoeshine man who tries to secure an immigrant African child in Le Havre- the port city of France. After watching this gala film premiere, she emerged out breathless with excitement as she felt great and wonderful.
Dress of Paoli Dam at Cannes red carpet
Like a typical Bengali lady, Paoli Dam - dressed in her cream sari with a broad red border, wearing plenty of golden jewellery round her neck and a dozen of red bangles on her left hand; with her long black hair open- resembled a 'balika bodhu'. That she looked very beautiful is evident from the way the 'The Telegraph' Reporters called out 'Princess! Princess! ' to her. But the 'Princess' call did not persuade her in any way to stop her long enough as she was deeply immersed in the intellectual conversation about the merits of the 'Le Havre' movie.
That the photographers - being on the Red Carpet had to wear black tie for the privilege of taking pictures of the world's biggest stars- went crazy at the sight of such a Bengali beauty is evident from the way they constantly made her go up and down to shot her pictures as in they never saw anyone before in a red and white sari.
She is an epitome of a Bengali lady. She carried out the Bengali culture pretty well at the Red carpet in her red and white sari. A woman of such honor and glory is worth describing. That she made Bengal proud even at the risk of appearing biased is worth praising.
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