Happy Friday! It was pouring rain this morning, and now it is blazing sunshine. Which is making me think, “Sunglasses!” It’s not the most original photo series idea, but it is always good. Because sunglasses obscure your eyes, which make you look more otherworldly and better than us mortals. Also, easier to see you as just manmeat, and not a person!
Starting with the photo I found just now for my Bhalla Bahubali post. Look how great and happy and not tormented Prabhas and Rana look in real life in sunglasses!
But that’s not the best Prabhas in sunglasses. This is the best Prabhas in sunglasses!
Not sure if this is the best Rana-in-sunglasses or not. But it’s pretty good!
Moving slowly towards the north, I think Salman might be the star who wears sunglasses the most. Probably because his MASSIVE INCREDIBLY PAINFUL nerve disorder thing. Salman’s most iconic sunglasses look is, without a doubt, Dabangg.
But I don’t know if that is necessarily his best sunglasses look. I think this may be it.
Or maybe this? No, this is silly.
I wasn’t thinking Aamir would be a real sunglasses guy, but I forgot that he has two separate iconic looks based sunglasses. Rangeela first, looking all tapori-like.
And then we rapidly fast-forward a decade, and there is Ghajini!
Oh oh! I forgot the most important sunglasses look, as well as perhaps the most important look Aamir has ever had-Disco Fighter!
Now, most of those above pictures were posed and carefully created and all that. But who can look good in sunglasses just on a regular day? Arjun Rampal, of course! Always!
And then Akshay just laughs and laughs at Arjun. Because he knows how to wear sunglasses like he was born in them!
See? With the little “I am comfortable with my maturity” sexiness of salt and pepper in the beard?
John Abraham, he isn’t nearly as good. He has to have all kinds of props and things to make the sunglasses work.
Varun, our little baby movie star, still seems to be using the sunglasses themselves as a prop. Instead of that “born wearing them” effect, he has more of a “just born yesterday, trying to hide my little baby face and scared eyes from the paparazzi” look.
And then there’s Shahrukh. And really, there is only one sunglasses shot necessary for him.