Wow! Cannes 2022: Deepika Padukone Joins Hollywood Biggies On The JURY List; Fans Are Super Proud Of The Actress

Deepika Padukone to be part of Cannes 2022 film festival jury

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Wow! Cannes 2022: Deepika Padukone Joins Hollywood Biggies On The JURY List; Fans Are Super Proud Of The Actress
Bollywood’s Mastani Deepika Padukone has added another feather to her glowing hat. The Gehraiyaan actress has made it to the jury list of Cannes 2022. Yes, you read that right! Dips will be joining renowned Hollywood personalities on the jury. She is among the chosen 9 to be on the jury for Cannes this year and it is indeed a proud moment for all her fans. The actress, who has been slaying the red carpet of the festival for the past few years, shared this exciting news on her Instagram story. 

The official Twitter handle of Festival de Cannes shared a photo of its jury members and wrote, “French actor Vincent Lindon is the Jury President of the 75th Festival de Cannes! Along with his eight jury members, he will reward one of the 21 films in Competition with the Palme d'or, on Saturday May 28, during the Closing Ceremony. #Cannes2022.” 

In the picture, Deepika can be seen making her place on the jury list, which also includes French actor Vincent Lindon, co-star of 2021 Cannes Palme d’Or winner Titane, Rebecca Hall, Italian actress-director Jasmine Trinca, Asghar Farhadi, Jeff Nichols, Joachim Trier.  Vincent will be the president of the 75th Cannes Film Festival jury. Notably, soon after Deepika shared this news, her fans and netizens could not help but gush over the actress’s achievement. Many said they are super proud of the actress. One fan tweeted, “deepika is the jury member this year at cannes like this women works silently let the work and her presence talk so freaking proud of you.” ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone Treats Fans With A Pic Of Her Bedroom For The First Time, Actress Is All Smiles -See Photo





Cannes 2022 will begin on May 17 and will reward one of the 21 films in competition with the Palme d'or during the closing ceremony on May 28. In a statement, Vincent Lindon said that the jury “will strive to take the best possible care of the films of the future.”







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