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Sara Ali Khan Oozes Glamour In White Saree At Cannes 2023, Fans Say 'Replica Of Sharmila Tagore'

Sara was last seen in the Disney+ Hotstar film Gaslight with Chitrangda Singh and Vikrant Massey. Her next is Laxman Utekar's romantic comedy Zara Hatke Zara Bachke opposite Vicky Kaushal.

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Actor Sara Ali Khan opted for a white Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla-designed white saree as third look during her Cannes Film Festival appearance. While her first two Cannes looks were lukewarm, fans gave her the thumbs-up for the white saree after she shared the photographs on Instagram. A few fans even compared the actor to her grandmother, veteran actor Sharmila Tagore.

The actor posted while sharing her look, "I guess you Cannes do it again." Standing on a staircase, Sara displayed the long drape of the saree in a few photos. In some other pics, she showcased the black and white sequined halter blouse with a matching necklace. Her hair was pulled back in an elegant bun.

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In the comments section, fans noticed her likeness to her grandmother. One fan stated, "that sharmila tagore hair." Another shared, "Replica of your grandma #sharmilatagore ji with her 60’s-70’s look in your first picture is breathtaking." Yet another added, "Sara and white what a combination."

On Tuesday, Sara walked the red carpet in an ivory lehenga, a matching blouse and a long dupatta with trail. She posed for the world's media and did her trademark 'namaste' on the red carpet. Afterwards, the actor was seen attending a Cannes party in a black strapless outfit with gold embellishment. She was seen hanging out with supermodel Naomi Campbell at the bash.

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Sara was last seen in the Disney+ Hotstar film Gaslight with Chitrangda Singh and Vikrant Massey. Her next is Laxman Utekar's romantic comedy Zara Hatke Zara Bachke opposite Vicky Kaushal. The Hindi film will be released in theatres on June 2, 2023. She also has the Prime Video film Ae Watan Mere Watan due for release later this year.

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