Vivek Agnihotri Criticizes Cannes Fashion Trends
Renowned filmmaker, Vivek Agnihotri, has taken a dig at Bollywood celebs who have been making waves with their fashion statement at the ongoing Cannes Film Festival. The director has urged the audience to not forget that the famous festival is mainly focused on films, not fashion. This isn’t the first time the director has criticized celebrities for their red carpet appearances at major events.
The Latest Tweet
In his most recent tweet, Agnihotri emphasized that Cannes is a film festival, not a fashion show. He reminded everyone that beyond the glitz and glamour, the festival takes care to showcase some of the most outstanding cinema. This tweet, yet again, has created a social media storm.
What Did He Say Earlier?
In an earlier tweet, Agnihotri had criticized Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s ‘uncomfortable fashion’ at Cannes. He ridiculed celebrities who sought assistance walking the red carpet. Agnihotri included Aishwarya’s picture from this year’s Cannes Film Festival in his post. This created a stir in the industry, with some supporters backing Agnihotri, while others criticizing his views.
Meera Chopra Agrees with Agnihotri
Meera Chopra, who made her debut at the Cannes Festival last year, has come out in support of Vivek Agnihotri’s latest tweet. She said that it had become a fashion parade and that the industry only talks about what the celebrities are wearing and where they are being covered in the media. She urged people to understand that other countries view this festival differently, without the obsession over fashion and celebrity.
Aishwarya Rai Fans Disagree
Although some actors have backed Vivek Agnihotri for his thoughts, Aishwarya Rai’s fans and admirers questioned his judgment. They argued that fashion was an essential aspect of the event, and celebs need to look their best on the red carpet.
While Agnihotri’s views have kicked up a social media storm, there is no denying that his remarks have sparked a debate in the Bollywood industry. It remains to be seen whether celebrities will pay heed to his thoughts and focus on showcasing their cinematic brilliance rather than competing for the best-dressed title.