Saturday, November 7, 2015

Indian actresses who can't act try to hide this using anger, tears, laughs, smiles or by being an exhibit

There are dozens of such actresses in Bollywood, but a few examples make the general idea clear:
  • Amrita Rao cannot act, so in Jolly LLB she can be seen displaying annoyance/anger, and even in this easy-to-express emotion, it's clear that she can't act.
  • Parineeti Chopra cannot act, so she too can be seen in a perpetually-annoyed role in Shuddh Desi Romance. Annoyance mixed with anger, fear and tears is an emotion that's so easy and trivial to express that's it the first emotion expressed by a newborn.
  •  Aishwarya Rai really cannot act, so she is either seen laughing or smiling endlessly like a doll, in a bid to pass time, or is usually dressed like an exhibit where she doesn't need to do or say anything.

  • Even Deepika sometimes resorts to needless laughing to cover her hopeless dialog delivery.

  • Alia Bhatt is a good example of an Indian actress whose acting skills are close to zero, and who tries to make up for this deficiency by resorting to unneeded wild laughs, short clothes, urban slang, etc. In Kapoor & Sons, for example, she had an almost zero role. The movie was clearly about, well, Kapoor and his sons, and Alia Bhatt was likely inserted into the movie just to "spread glamour" by showing Alia as a semi-clad doll.

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