Entertainment: Sonam dazzles Cannes with her golden glamour

Sonam walks the red carpet at Cannes and she impresses critics and fans with her fashion choices at the French Riveria

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Bollywood actor Sonam Kapoor charmed everyone at Cannes with her second red carpet appearance at the Cannes Film Festival. The fashionista wore a shimmery Elie Saab body-fitting golden gown. She completed her look with a sleek gold belt, Elie Saab diamond ring and carried a golden clutch.

The 31-year-old diva was styled by Namrata Soni in a sleek, center-parted hair, shimmery smokey eyes, Tint Caresse Sakura Blossom and nude lips. Sonam walked the red carpet as L'Oreal Paris India brand ambassador. She impressed critics and fans with her fashion choices at the French Riviera.

Sonam Kapoor chose two different looks for her day appearances. In her first look, she flaunted a mustard and red outfit then added a bohemian touch by sporting a red headband. She went breezy in her second look with a white and aqua blue Kaftan by designer duo Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla.

This is Sonam's seventh apperance at the Cannes, she arrived for the screening of the film The Killing of a Sacred Deer.

Feminism isn’t men vs women, says ‘wonder woman’

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Actress Gal Gadot’s superhero film, Wonder Woman is soon going to be released world wide

Actress Gal Gadot says people have misconception about feminism and consider it a battle between men and women. The actress, who is gearing up for the release of her superhero film Wonder Woman, says her character in the film is definitely a feminist, who is equal to men, reported Entertainment Weekly.

“I think people have a misconception about what feminism is. People think women with hairy armpits who burn bras and hate men are feminists. That's not it. For me, feminism is all about equality and freedom and (women) choosing what we want to do. If it's salaries, then we get paid equal to men. It's not men versus women or women versus men,” Gadot said.

The 32-year-old Israeli star's opinion on feminism helped her in bringing alive the iconic superhero on silver screen. “It was important to me that my character would never come and preach about how men should treat women. Or how women should perceive themselves. It was more about playing oblivious to society's rules. ‘What do you mean women can't go into the Parliament? Why?’ ” she said.

“It’s just reminding everyone how things should be. I wanted to play the fish out of water, but I didn't want to play her too silly," she added. Wonder Woman will hit theatres on June 2.

Non-bailable arrest warrants against Tamil Superstars

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Tamil actor Suriya Sivakumar

Non-bailable arrest (NBA) warrants were issued against eight Tamil film actors in a judicial magistrate court in Ooty by magistrate Senthilkumar Rajavel. The actors—Suriya, Sarathkumar, Sathyaraj, Cheran, Vijayakumar, Vivek, Arun Vijay and Sripriya—did not appear before the court on Tuesday in connection with a defamation case for their allegedly derogatory speech in 2009.

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Tamil actor Sathyaraj whose iconic performance as Katappa has made him extremely popular all over India

As the actors failed to appear before the court for the second consecutive time, the judge issued NBA against them.

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Tamil actor Sarathkumar who is quite active in politics too

On October 7, 2009, during a Nadigar Sangam meeting these actors allegedly abused a journalist. Following this, a senior correspondent Rozario Mariya Susai had filed a private complaint under Section 200 of the criminal procedure and requested to register a case for defamation.

Meanwhile, the actors moved to Madras High Court with a plea to cancel the case but the petition was dismissed. The case has been adjourned till June for the next hearing.

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