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Mahira Khan drapes pastel shade sari at Cannes and she's killin' it. Check out pictures

Mahira Khan's sari look in French Riviera needs all your attention.

Written by: India TV Lifestyle Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: May 14, 2018 18:23 IST ]

Mahira Khan at Cannes

Pakistani beauty Mahira Khan is slaying with her stylish appearances at her debut Cannes Film Festival. From white halter neck pantsuit to off-shoulder floral print dress, Mahira's fashion game is spot one. However, her look that left us mesmerized was the one in sari.

Mahira made us gasp with her beauty in pale pink tissue saree. Mahira looked nothing less than a vision in the elegant saree by Menahel and Mehreen. With silver and white floral embroidery, the six-yard had lace details on the edges. Mahira paired it with sequinned, strappy blouse. 

The Raees actress accentuated her look with fishtail braid, nude make up and pink lips. She rounded off her look with diamond and emerald earrings. Sharing the photograph on Instagram, she wrote: ''I don’t know how kids these days post so many pictures so quickly.. this is killin’ me! ( in a good way, in a good way..) Thank you @menahelandmehreen @alieljewellers  P.S this was from last evening''. Check out pictures below:

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Khajoor waali choti 🌴🤷🏻‍♀️

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Recently while talking to media, the actress shared her excitement on Cannes debut. She said, ''I feel like I am a player going abroad to play for Pakistan but I am playing all alone. I am very nervous. This is a proud moment for Pakistan and hopefully, it will open more doors for us.''

Mahira appeared in 2017 Bollywood film Raees, opposite Shah Rukh Khan. She got mired in controversy after she was captured smoking with Ranbir Kapoor. Reports of their link up also surfaced but the duo didn't open up on it.

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