Cannes Film Festival that began on May13th ’2009 saw many famous celebrities from Hollywood and even more from international arena including our favorite Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. The Film Festival came to an end, few days back on May 24 after screening around 20 internationally praised movies of 2009. The prestigious Palme d’Or was awarded to Michael Haneke for his movie “Das Weisse Band” (The White Ribbon) during the Closing Ceremony of the 62nd Cannes Film Festival.
Anyways, you might have often wondered how do famous stars of tinsel town interact with each other. How do they greet, acknowledge and behave when they meet up at the corridors of their hotels. They will obviously bump into other celebrities at dinner tables or swimming pools or lobbies. I am not sure about any such experience. But i have a good image in mind. ;)
Anyways, speaking of celebrities bumping into each other at such occasions, so such happened that Hollywood’s actress Eva Longoria, L’Oreal’s spokesperson Elizabeth Banks and our gorgeous Bollywood’s beauty Aishwarya Rai happened to be at the same time in the ladies room of some hotel at Cannes, France. A candid pic involving these three celebrities recently surfaced on the internet and it seems Aishwarya Rai and others are in lighter mood sharing some good laughs. It’s always nice to see such candid pics wherein celebrities aren’t posing for the camera for photoshoots or red carpets. This way we can see a glimpse of their lives of what they really are. :)
I have noticed that many people do not really know the meaning of the word “Candid”. First of all, no, it has nothing to do with words like “nude” or “naked”. The word candid actually means that it’s a camera capture where the subject is not staging for the pic. Probably a wikipedia definition will clear out the meaning of “Candid” in a better way. It says “Candid photography is photography that focuses on spontaneity rather than technique, on the immersion of a camera within events rather than focusing on setting up a staged situation or on preparing a lengthy camera setup.”