Mahira Khan’s Hair-Flip Will Be Remembered By The French Riviera (Cannes 2018)

Mahira Khan’s Cannes debut was a blockbuster, hands down. She made a stunning appearance on the red carpet and her fashion game for the other events related to the film festival was just on point. While it is difficult to get over her stylish pictures from the French Riviera, Mahira teased us with yet another post and she’s making us a fan of her hair-flip (‘the French way’). Dressed in pale blue trousers, white shirt and a blazer for an interactive session at the Cannes Film Festival, Mahira shared a Boomerang video and captioned it as, “Palat, the French way.” Take a look.

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Who rocked the blue jeans-white top combo? Vote now

Be it Kristen Stewart’s silent protest against the no-flats rule or the recurrence of the much-loved combo of classic blue jeans and white shirt/top – Cannes 2018 has been all about comfort dressing. Except for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Huma Qureshi, all our leading ladies, be it Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor or Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, were seen sporting the denims, which was a first for Cannes. Here’s a detailed look at all of them

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‘Verna’ That Almost Got Banned, Starts With A Hilarious Disclaimer

Amid the entire Padmavati mess, a Pakistani film, Raees star Mahira Khan’s Verna, almost ended up getting banned for revolving around the topic of rape. According to a The Times Of India report, a member of the Punjab Censor Board said, “Firstly, it shows a governor’s son involved in a rape case which was the biggest objection. Secondly, it includes many bold dialogues and scenes. The general plot of the movie revolves around rape, which we consider to be unacceptable.”
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Shoaib Mansoor has a knack for tackling social issues through his work, and Verna looks no different

Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid starter ‘Verna’ has been the talk of the town, as of late. Directed by the ShoMan himself, Shoaib Mansoor, the film is being hailed as a turning point for Pakistani cinema. And we all know Shoaib Mansoor has the power to do that, given that it was his film, ‘Khuda Ke Liye’ that was credited as being the ‘revival of Pakistani cinema’. Read more

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