Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone, one of the jury members this year, was clicked with fellow jury members.
The actor, who is a part of the eight-member Cannes Competition jury at the gala that opened on May 17, said India needs to back homegrown talent with "conviction".
Padukone is part of the eight-member Cannes Competition jury at the festival that runs from May 17 to 28.
Thakur will inaugurate the India Pavilion at the business event alongside the Cannes Film Festival and participate in the opening night festivities of Marche Du Film at the Majestic Beach.
India, the country of honour at the 2022 Marche du Film (Cannes Film Market), marks her 75th year as an independent nation with a six-film package to be screened in the market.
Last week, India was announced as the official 'country of honour' at the Marche' Du Films also called Cannes Film Market, which is held on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival.
Anurag Thakur on Wednesday announced that India will be the official 'Country of Honour' at the upcoming 'Marche' Du Film', organised alongside the Cannes Film Festival, in France.
Deepika Padukone will be on the main jury of the 75th Cannes Film Festival.
Padukone is part of the eight-member jury which will reward one of the 21 films in competition with the Palme d'Or during the closing ceremony on Saturday, May 28.
Non Fungible Tokens of the much-awaited Kamal Haasan-starrer 'Vikram' are to be launched on VistaVerse on May 18 at the Cannes Film Festival.
The festival organisers unveiled the lineup for the sidebar event on Tuesday in a press conference, and it also includes nine movies by first-time filmmakers and 11 films by women directors.
The 10-day festival will also see Hollywood spectacles such as "Top Gun: Maverick" and the Elvis Presley biopic its 75th edition.
Cannes Film Festival has shared details of the 'Top Gun: Maverick' screening and the Tom Cruise special tribute.
Festival sources told The Hollywood Reporter, the much-awaited action spectacle will open at Cannes in advance of its Memorial Day premiere in theatres.
The announcements by Europe's two premier film festivals came on the heels of other high-profile protests in the arts, including Hollywood's decision to pull films scheduled for release in Russia.