Inspiring quotes by bollywood’s style icon Salman Khan

Salim Abdul Rashid Salman Khan is a Hindi-language actor, film producer, singer, painter, and television personality. Khan has won various honours during his thirty-year film career, including two National Film Awards as a film producer and two Filmfare Awards for acting.

With a great fan following, Salman Khan never fails to inspire his fans through his gestures and words which clearly makes him in the top spot of being one of the most loved and followed Bollywood celebrity. Here are some of the wise words by the Bhaijaan of Bollywood.

  1. I no longer do a film for the wrong reasons. I have to be convinced ethically and morally. Both the director and I have to be on the same page. There are just five songs in most films these days, and they have to be amazing. There has to be a twist in the screenplay. The editing has to be crisp. Your hard work should show, but effortlessly.
  2. I was close to getting married a long time ago. But it didn’t happen, and since then it has not been happening. It is jinxed, and I am very happy. I hope this jinx continues.
  3. Have you seen a duck gliding smoothly on water? Does it ever look like it is paddling furiously underneath the surface? I don’t have to show that I am working very hard.
  4. People are patronizing the theatres with renewed enthusiasm – there is an entire picnic-like attitude when families go out to see movies, which is a very good sign. They want to see larger-than-life characters on the big screen and not just watch movies on television or on DVDs.
  5. It feels nice to be loved, but let me tell you there are 10 times more better looking, stylish and talented guys than me. So there’s no solid reason for me to be proud! I don’t think I have done anything extraordinary to change people’s lives.
  6. In the past, I had a knee-jerk approach to work, and it showed on screen. I was doing movies for the wrong reasons – trying to juggle dates, do too many guest appearances, take up projects under pressure or for emotional reasons.
  7. I had just 15 days to work on my body for the climactic fight of ‘Bodyguard.’ And I would work on every muscle of my body two/three times a week. I would have developed a superb body if I had three months, but squeezing it into 15 days can be harmful. Also, as you grow older, your metabolic rate slows down.

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