This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

The word English Literature is synonymous with Shakespeare. Such was his prowess. His way of working was very unique. If there wasn’t a particular word to define a particular feeling, the legend simply coined it. His writing has been applauded and has also appalled the people for it is said to be grammatically unsound. Sound-unsound, well, what’s in the grammer! We always get it right Shakespeare sir, whatever you mean by those highbrow couplets, sonnets and what not. That’s the only reason why we get to know how you, Shakespeare sir, appreciate Bollywood and our cinestars. You may not be alive but you have certainly been clairvoyant for you wrote all those beautiful couplet, sonnets and what not, which have defined our Bollywood stars perfectly.

So without much ado, here’s bring you what Shakespeare has to say to our Bollywood celebs.

Big B

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

(Oh! Did you too read it in deep baritone voice of Sr Bachchan?) Because this man is versatile, there is no other way Shakespeare could define him.

SRK

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

That’s exactly what has happened with this Delhi lad who came to Mumbai with dreams in his eyes.

Salman Khan

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

We all look forward to one thing and that’s Salman’s marriage but Shakespeare’s belief is what Salman’s belief.

Saifeena

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

Love story of Saif and Kareena is much like the other love stories (or so we think, but let’s just keep it at that!) Ankhein mili, baatein hui aur pyaar ho gaya.

Ranbir Kapoor

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

It looks like Shakespeare knew far too well that an actor of Ranbir’s stature could pull off an act even without speaking a word (even without making a Tusshar Kapoor of his act,) and that’s why he termed him the best man of Bollywood.

Anushka-Virat

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

Recently the alleged couple…. Often the alleged couple is caught in some action (we know what you are thinking) by paparazzi cameras but they are so unaware of the whole thing that it keeps giving media the much needed fodder to harp on. However, we have Shakespeare justifying the situation for them.

Govinda

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

The minute Govinda felt the need to revive his career by taking up negative roles and letting go off the chocolate boy phase, Shakespeare coined the phrase for him.

Ranveer Singh

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

He is the dilphekh aashique of B-town and we know exactly what he feels for her (you know who! We know he was dating her but now, who? Actually who? Well there may be so many, his alleged girlfriends, we mean!) So you see what “daws” (read doves) actually mean?

Ekta Kapoor                                            

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

If you too have gone through the phase when you fell in love with windchimes, let us remind you who started it! Yes, she started it and that’s why this phrase by Shakespeare for her.

Emraan Hashmi

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

Shakespeare actually coined this couplet for Hashmi and his posterity. Agree?

 Alia Bhatt

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

Alia Bhatt made a huge blooper by not listening to Shakespeare and now her intelligence is broadcasted across the social media.

Sunny Leone

This Is What Shakespeare Has To Say About Bollywood

No, no don’t get there…we only meant that despite giving great performances in movies she hasn’t been given enough credit. (So you thought that, didn’t you? Dirty mind!)

 

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