Aditi Rao Hydari says she is tiny: ‘I can’t compete with the giraffes around me’

Aditi Rao Hydari says she is tiny: ‘I can’t compete with the giraffes around me’


Aditi Rao Hydari recently walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival 2022, which marked her first appearance at the festival. She served a number of looks after arriving in Cannes for the festival, including an ivory Sabyasachi saree, before she walked the red carpet on Saturday. She has opened up about the pressure she felt about having the perfect look for the red carpet. Also Read| #IndiaAtCannes | Aditi Rao Hydari: I know I am going to be watched closely at my Cannes debut

The actor opted for a hot pink and red sleeveless gown with a thigh-high slit and a long train for her red carpet appearance on Day 5 of the Cannes Film Festival. In an interview ahead of the event, Aditi said that she is a tiny person who feels comfortable in her body and how she presents herself, which inspires her to give her best to a look regardless of the negative feedback she might get for it.

She told Film Companion, “Sabya was chatting with me and I was like…You know I am a tiny person, now I cannot compete with like all the giraffes around me,” clarifying that she means giraffe in a good way. She added, “I am an actor and I am a tiny person and it’s fine. I am okay with it you know. So I have to be comfortable with who I am and how I present myself. Yeah so I am going to attempt it.”

Aditi further explained, “100 percent I am going to falter. I am going to do some really stupid goofy things, but it’s fine. That’s also me and I will deal with it when I have to deal with it, and people are going to throw tomatoes at me and I am going to be disgusted, I am sure. But it’s fine, it’s all good. The microscope is natural, and I have to learn to deal with it and learn from it I guess.”

Aditi was last seen in the Tamil film Hey Sinamika, which also starred Dulquer Salmaan and Kajal Aggarwal. She will be next seen in Gandhi Talks and Jubilee.


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