Well, we think Sonam Kapoor latest buy is her accent. Don't you agree. But the silver lining is that she is not alone. We present to you a list of Bollywood beauties who are pretty, young and have recently acquired an accent.
Mallika Sherawat: In her recent interviews and public appearances during Cannes film festival, there was a different Mallika we were witnessing -- more glamorous, up-market and definitely more firang in her accent. Not that we have not seen or heard this babe before but this new stylized accent came to us as a total surprise.
Kangana Ranaut: This Himachal beauty though gave us many stellar performances, she struggled with her language in interviews and award functions. She has now put on an accent. We don’t know whether its UK or US, you have to decide that yourself.
Priyanka Chopra: This former Miss World was born in Jamshedpur and later studied in Massachusetts and Iowa and brought up in almost every city of the country because her dad was in the army. But then why did Kareena Kapoor question Priyanka’s accent on Karan Johar’s show? Do you know what was Priyanka’s answer in her own unimitable accent? It was: ‘I got the accent from the same place her boyfriend got it’.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: When one talks about Aishwarya, the first thing that comes in one’s mind is her sea-green eyes and her ethereal beauty but somehow she’s always been under scanner for her slightly made-up accent.
Madhuri Dixit: This dhak-dhak beauty is unbeatable when it comes to having world’s best smile and figure to die for. But what’s with that American accent that she might have picked up from Denver where she lived for almost 11-12 years post her marriage to Dr Sriram Nene. Now, that she is very much back to where she belongs, we are sure that she is going to lose that accent now.
Frieda Pinto: These were the desi beauties now we bring you our very own global actor, a Danny Boyle’s discovery Frieda Pinto, who was a girl from Malad and rose to stardom with Slumdog Millionaire almost overnight and not only did that paved way for her international projects but also elevated her linguistic skills from Brit English to American English, oops!