Naseeruddin Shah reached Cannes with his wife, Ratna Pathak did such a thing at the age of 67, you will also say wow

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Ratna Pathak Shah, Naseeruddin Shah and Prateik Babbar starrer film 'Manthan' was shown at the Cannes Film Festival this year. The film was selected for screening from the Classics section and the producers as well as the star cast of the film were invited for it. While Naseeruddin and Prateek looked dapper in their respective outfits, Ratna Pathak Shah stole the show with her unique saree and custom made blouse. Looking at Ratna, it seems as if she has thrown out all the young actresses. When she reached Cannes wearing a saree, Indians considered it a proud moment for themselves because Ratna had reached the event wearing her own saree. The Cannes Film Festival has become a place where celebrities from all over the world gather to watch films and celebrate fashion. However, Ratna Pathak wore a custom tailored blouse for the screening of her film and paired her saree with it. The actress chose a yellow saree and paired it with a pink blouse. The blouse had a flap and it matched well with the saree. For accessories, Ratna chose oxidised necklace and earrings. Whereas, Naseeruddin Shah wore a beige sherwani with maroon buttons.

Ratna Pathak Shah Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Prateik Babbar brought mother's scarf

Prateik Babbar made his debut at the Cannes Film Festival this year. To pay tribute to his late mother Smita Patil, Prateek wore her dupatta at the event. He wore a black tuxedo and paired it with his mother's patterned silk scarf. He completed his look with glasses and tied his hair in a man bun.

Story of 'Manthan'

Shyam Benegal's 1976 classic film Manthan starred late actress Smita Patil and Naseeruddin Shah. It was a film based on Verghese Kurien's milk cooperative movement 'Operation Flood', which transformed India from a milk-deficient country to the world's largest milk producer. This company progressed and was later named Amul.

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