Tamannaah Bhatia on her Cannes debut: Walking in high heels and high fashion clothes for two days in a row is not easy – Exclusive! | Hindi Movie News



Tamannaah Bhatia made her debut at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, taking part in the Indian representation at the Marché du Film and making a splash on the red carpet. Her black dress with a high slit at the premiere of Top Gun: Maverick was also talked about. ETimes caught up with Tamannaah to record her opinions and thoughts on her first date with the French Riviera. She reveals that it was an absolute honor and pleasure for her to represent India on the world stage. Extracts…

You made your Cannes red carpet debut this year. How was the experience?

The experience was surreal! It was amazing to be surrounded by the best and most creative minds in world cinema. My visit to Cannes was at the last moment but we still took advantage of it. I’m happy with how we did.

Red carpet outfits are often overdone. Have you encountered any inconveniences with your outfit? Do actresses get a support team to help them with their pre-walk outfits?
Yes, there is always a bit of pressure because the appearance is going to be seen internationally. But I had a very good team that was very involved and supported me. They were more excited for me than I was for myself, so it really gave me all the encouragement I needed to be able to perform at the festival and do my best. There was a lot of walking to do – that too in heels for two days in a row. It gets very difficult, especially in tailoring and heavy garments, but the support from the team and the enthusiasm of everyone present, representing India, made it easy and possible.

How did you experience the organization of the festival, the logistics and the security? Do you see any difference from the way such events are organized in India?

Although we have well planned events in India, Cannes was planned very efficiently. In India we have a certain organization. In general, when you have well-planned events in India, they are of the same order.

India was the Country of Honor of the Film Market this year. Do you think we made the most of this opportunity while representing India and created more international avenues for our films?

There was a lot of responsibility to represent our country at the festival, especially since we were a partner country this year. India definitely created the buzz and there was a very strong Indian presence at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

Any lessons you learned from this first Cannes experience?

While representation matters, it’s important to take your role on an international stage like the Cannes Film Festival very seriously. It is of utmost importance to represent your country responsibly.


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