Aimee Baruah Brings Assam's Heritage To Cannes Film Festival With Traditional Saree

Aimee Baruah dazzled at the Cannes Film Festival in traditional Assamese muga silk, adorned with Goj Bota and Gam Kharu motifs, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship of Assam.
Aimee Baruah wears Assamese saree to the Cannes Film Festival

Aimee Baruah wears Assamese saree to the Cannes Film Festival

Just another day of Indians making the country proud on a global stage! While we love the glitz and glamour of gowns and dresses on red carpets, there is, without a doubt, something special about a timeless saree. Assam's Aimee Baruah proved so at the Cannes Film Festival.
Assamese actress Aimee Baruah made a stunning appearance on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival, donning traditional Assamese attire. She wore a muga silk mekhela sador, beautifully embellished with ancient Assamese motifs like Goj Bota and Gam Kharu.

Aimee Baruah's Assamese Saree At The Cannes Film Festival

Decoding her look on her personal social media handle, she penned, "While stepping onto the iconic red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival for the third time, I did so once again while firmly embracing my identity and self-respect as a proud Assamese. Representing our heritage, I was thrilled to walk the ramp in a two-hundred-year-old motif depicted on my Muga filled with intricate traditional designs, Gamkharu on my wrist, Assamese gamosa, Riha, and Kopou Phul (foxtail orchids) in my hairbun. Special thanks to everyone for all your love & support."
Check out her iconic look right here:
The Goj Bota design, known for its intricate floral and geometric patterns, traces its origins back to the Ahom Dynasty when muga silk was a luxurious commodity. In contrast, the Gam Kharu motif is a traditional symbol deeply embedded in Assamese culture, representing prosperity and protection. And, if you haven't guessed by now, the traditional outfit is currently getting massive love from the internet.
Aimee has successfully joined the list of Indian actresses who have worn an elegant saree to the Cannes Film Festival. From Aishwarya Rai's Neeta Lulla golden drape to Deepika Padukone's iconic Sabyasachi moment, Indian divas love their sarees and we love to see them rock the look.
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