The most generalized comment on why ‘Shakespeare’s plays are so popular even after so many years’ is that the plays of this mastermind are enriched with something that appeals to the audiences from time to time and place to place. That is, one of the common aspects of Shakespeare’s play is that his plays are universal. But the question is whether this statement is self-evident or not. Since art is mostly accepted either as the imitation of reality or as the construct of artist’s mind, the universality of art as well as of reality needs to be defined. Shakespeare’s plays are universal in the sense that they reflect reality. This reality is not the objective reality. Rather it is a kind of inner reality that dwell within the being of a man and that shapes the objective reality itself.