Othello, the tragedy of jealousness and betrayed trust of the man under the empty sky, is one of the most popular plays of the great English dramatist. The black general of Venice (Othello) has a weakness for his wife Desdemona, in which he reposes the highest idea for man and his trust for life. His officer Iagos gets advantaged of this weakness of him to destroy him, slandering Desdemona and spreading that she is not loyal to him. Then the martyr of jealousness begins. His logic gets replaced by madness, born by the betrayed love and the deception of dream. The obsessive suspicions of Othello augment his love passion and the innocent girl is murdered by his hands. When the machination of Iagos is revealed, Othello struck by pain and remorses commits suicide.