'Heeramandi's 'Tajdar', Taha Shah Makes His Debut At The Cannes 2024, Looks Dreamy In Blue Outfit

Taha Shah Badussha made a drool-worthy debut at the Cannes Film Festival 2024 and soon shared an array of pictures from the same.


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'Heeramandi's 'Tajdar', Taha Shah Makes His Debut At The Cannes 2024, Looks Dreamy In Blue Outfit

Taha Shah Badussha is the newest crush amongst the Indian audience. Not only that, many actors beyond the border have also praised his acting skills and handsome looks. He was seen as 'Nawab Tajdar Baloch' in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar. Since then, the actor has been rising high on his professional front. Earlier, Taha was also seen in Gippi and Luv Ka The End. Now, as he makes his grand debut at the French Riveria, he is simply swooning hearts with his glimpses from the same.

Taha Shah Badussha's debut at the Cannes 2024 in a Kanishka Mehta outfit

Taking to his IG handle, Taha Shah Badussha shared an array of pictures as he made a drool-worthy debut at the Cannes Film Festival 2024. In the pictures, he was seen wearing an outfit from the shelves of the ace designer, Kanishka Mehta. He looked handsome as ever in a blue-hued jacket teamed with a crisp white shirt underneath and black pants. He kept his look minimal and opted for a pair of sun-shield and white sneakers. Sharing the photos, Taha wrote:

"Feeling blue never looked so good under the Cannes sun."

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Taha Shah Badussha shared how he was scammed in the early days of his career

Earlier, in an interview with Instant Bollywood, Taha recalled that cold-calling is the best discipline that anybody should go through. Talking about the same, the actor opened up about the struggle he had to face during the early days of his career and how he was scammed. He mentioned that the longest period of time he stood in line for the audition was 13 hours during a short film shoot in the UK. However, Taha revealed that although he bagged the role, he could not do it as it had a 4-year contract, and his father didn't allow him. 


Taha Shah Badussha tagged himself as 'desperate and obsessed'

Further, Taha shared that before getting the role in YRF, he had to give 8 auditions a day. However, recalling how he used to get scammed at the early stage of his career, he mentioned paying 4-10 thousand to several offices, and suddenly those offices disappeared. The actor mentioned that although these issues have been called out before, they still prevail. In the same conversation, he was then asked if there was any fear of looking desperate. To this, he said that he is desperate and obsessed with his passion. The actor said there's nothing wrong or negative with the same for the things someone loves, and the obsession will later provide the individual with backup.

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Taha Shah Badussha once revealed how he bagged the lead role in Heeramandi

Earlier, in another interview with The Indian Express, Taha Shah Badussha was asked how he got the lead role in Heeramandi. He mentioned that after the look test for Heeramandi, he was left broken as SLB told him he would play the part of the role of a friend of 'Tajdar.' However, later, the director shocked him when he offered him the lead role. Taha also shared how SLB didn't talk to him for a few days after the shooting had begun. Later, the director asked him to sit by him and observe.

What do you think about Taha's debut look at the Cannes 2024? Let us know!

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