The Six Degrees of Kristin Stewart
This deathly pale Twilight star would like to act with Bollywood hero Shahrukh Khan. Unlikely pair? Kipp connects them with the help of regional and global executives and some hairpieces
November 14, 2011 5:30 by p.deleon
This awkward female actor has come to enjoy much fame with the unlikely success of the cliché-filled film series about vampires and twilight. And because Kipp enjoys our self a good eye roll we won’t deny we’ve followed the awful series thus far; which is why we know that the latest installment, “Breaking Dawn” is all set to release in the UAE this weekend. The release has gotten a lot of media attention and Stewart for her part is soaking it all up (in her awkward abrupt manner) making rather strange comments about her love of Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan. Says the pale thing: “Well, I am a big fan of Shah Rukh Khan who is an epitome of romance in Bollywood. (…) And not just Hollywood but I would love to work with him in Bollywood movies too and for that I am also looking forward to learning Hindi.”
Kristen Stewart and Shahrukh Khan, now wouldn’t that be a strange couple—whatever do the two have in common? Well with our powers of deduction, Kipp set out tracing the six degrees that connect the fidgety vampire-to-be to the Bollywood star—and to up the ante, we limited our search to regionally relevant topics and people.
It was a tough enough task. So for our first degree, we draw a connection between the hot and cold, on and off relationship the media has with Kristen Stewart’s romantic relationship with the male lead of the Twilight series, Robert Pattison. Their on-and-off relationship shares a resemblance with one of Dubai’s much anticipated real estate project….
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