Top 10 Famous Inspirational Thoughts by Salman Khan

Salman Khan without any doubt is one of the most powerful and versatile actor of Bollywood. He has always come out from all troubles and proved that if you have will power then you can overcome any difficulties in life. Salman Khan has come with a lot of Inspirational Thoughts which are motivational and will fill your life with positivity. So here we have got you Top 10 Famous Inspirational Thoughts by Salman Khan.

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Top 10 Famous Inspirational Thoughts by Salman Khan

“I don’t have to impress a woman. If you try to impress a woman you are being the man you are not. She is bound to turn around and whack you in the face. Be yourself. Don’t do things that you will not be able to do in your relationship after a point of time.”

“If I stuck to my first girlfriend, I’d be a grandfather by now… I love kids… but with the kid come the mother. I don’t want the mother.”

“The older you get, the better you have to look, the higher you have to kick, the harder you have to work.”

“Sometimes I feel I hope I’m not taking advantage of my stardom”

‘’Why should I marry? One marries to have children, but I already have children! My nieces and nephews are my children. I wanted to marry to make babies, but now I have them, so marriage isn’t that important, is it?’’

‘’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’’

‘’I’m not possessive; I’m caring…Once you realize a person doesn’t want that much care, you automatically back off. ‘’

‘’There are actors who can pull of a writer’s lines; I am not competent enough to do that.’’

“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.’’

‘’Dad’s Pathan, Mom’s Rajput, 2nd mom’s Christian, in school they asked me what religion: dad said ‘Human’.’’

“Personal responsibility is not only undervalued but actually discouraged by the standard classroom model, with its enforced passivity and rigid boundaries of curriculum and time. Denied the opportunity to make even the most basic decisions about how and what they will learn, students stop short of full commitment.”

“If it is something that I want to do, then I don’t think the audience will hate it.”

“If the film is a hit then everyone shares the success. If it is going to be a disaster then it might as well be because of me, not because of somebody else.”

“Shah Rukh is not my girlfriend that I should remember him. When I don’t remember my past girlfriends, what will I remember Shah Rukh for?”

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