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I'm a conservative dresser, don't want to have a wardrobe malfunction on red carpet - Sonam Kapoor

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Fashionista Sonam Kapoor nailed it at the red carpet of this year's Cannes Film Festival. When it comes to dressing style, she never fails to impress and have received thumbs up from fashion critics. During an interaction with a popular daily, Sonam said that she makes sure of not wearing anything that is too revealing. She stated, "I am not very comfortable being over sexy on the red carpet. I don’t want to have a wardrobe malfunction. I am a conservative dresser. That’s how I have always been." The director of her last film Neerja, Ram Madhvani once said Sonam wears her clothes like an armour. To which Sonam said, "I believe that." She further said, "Every morning, I wake up and ask myself what I am thinking and that’s what is projected with my clothes. Clothes are art. I remember Zoya Akhtar told me that you are like a walking-talking art machine. That’s the best compliment I have ever got. Art is supposed to make you feel and be expressive and I think I do that through clothes." The Raanjhanaa actress revealed that the mixed responses for her red carpet look don't bother her anymore. She said, "I really don’t care. If I care of what people thought, I would not have been dressing the way I have been for the last 8-9 years in the industry. I wear whatever I want to wear. I have always dressed for myself and what makes me happy and makes me feel beautiful. I have confidence in what I wear. Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn." Sonam had a gala time at the film festival and enjoyed every moment she spent there. Ms. Kapoor was even part of the amfAR Gala and she wants to bring a version of the event to India. She talked about her experience stating, "It was incredible. It has been happening for so many years. It’s great that we go there and people spend a lot of money for the auction. I hope we can do something like that for hunger and poverty in India too. I would like to do something like that here." CREDITS: HINDUSTAN TIMES


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