Anupam Kher is a prominent Hindi movie actor in India. He has appeared in almost 500 outstanding Bollywood pictures, as well as Hollywood, Punjabi, Chinese and British films. In 1982, Kher made his screen debut in the Hindi film Aagman. Then arrived Saaransh in 1984, in which he played an aged, retired man who had forfeited his son, and he hasn’t gazed back since. He is satisfactorily recognized for his comic manifestations, but he has also depicted opponents in films that have obtained essential acclaim, such as Karma (1986), in which he played terrorist Dr Dang. Say Na Something To Anupam Uncle and Sawaal Dus Crore Ka were two of the TV programs that he hosted.
“It’s your fear of failure that stops you from doing things.”
What if I fail? It is the question that haunts us and stops us from experimenting and exploring things. Nothing happens if we fail. We have a second chance. Every time when we fail, we must get up with an elevated version and crack the problem.
Good days or bad days depend on your thinking. What you call “Suffocation” in a local train becomes an “Atmosphere” in a disco.
Good and Bad is a subjective concept. Something is good for me but can become bad when it comes to you. Nothing is good or bad, everything is just there…Life is grave. Someone praised me and I felt happy but, my contemporary got jealous, envious. We both felt in a natural context. No one can blame us but, situations and contexts can change the meaning of concepts for everyone.
“I was able to overcome my failures because I was always confident of my abilities and was sure I could achieve what I had set out for.”
Failure is an obstacle and not the end of the journey. If we are optimistic about our objectives and mastery then we can attain almost everything. We can achieve God as well.
“I discovered that the world frightens you with your shortcomings, but if you do not worry about it, you are liberated.”
The world is meant for disturbing us and hurting us. If we stay calm and serene then not a single wave of huge turmoil can distract us from executing our goal of life.
“Most people spend their lives trying to become someone else. Be yourself and be comfortable with who you are. You can only excel in life when you are happy with who you are.”
Who we are is the most important question that we must ask ourselves. We can’t just live with an inferiority complex and try to bluff something. We are what we are and we are unique and must feel delighted. No one can stop us from preserving and promoting our individuality except us. If we confidently represent ourselves then we beat every other difficulty.
“If my life can inspire people, then a television show where guests talk about their challenges and what makes them unique would work.”
People want inspiration and people want to watch and hear stories of successful people. The struggle behind huge comfort is extraordinary. We must inculcate those values in our customary life to become a speck of dust in this infinite world.