Sunday, August 18, 2019

shahrukh khan quotes

Shahrukh khan quotes:


As you all know that Shahrukh Khan is a brilliant actor in our film industry, He was born on 2 November 1965. He has acted in many & various movies. Some of his movies are a superhit. He is called the king (Badshah) of  Bollywood. 

Shahrukh khan was a theatre Artist when he lives in Delhi.
He Studied In Delhi University.he staged theatre for a long time & he studied under Barry Jhon. 

He started his career from the TV serial "Dil Dariyawhich began shooting in 1988, but production was delayed and "Fauji" became his first television debut series.

His film debut was in "Deewana", released on June 1992. Film "Deewana" became a box office hit & Shahrukh Khan got the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for his performance.

We are going present to some "Quotes of Shahrukh Khan" & hope you will enjoy these Quotes.



shahrukh khan quotes
Shahrukh khan quotes



  • You know, I think we Indians are afraid to show and celebrate our happiness, lest things change around. But I feel that it's okay to be sad and okay to show when you are happy.





quotes by shahrukh khan
Quotes by Shahrukh khan 



  • I do have a close circle of friends and I am very fortunate to have them as friends. I feel very close to them I think friends are everything in life after your family. You come across lots of people all the time but you only make very few friends and you have to be true to them otherwise what's the point in life?







  • I don't teach my children what is Hindu and what is Muslim.






  • I think love can happen at any age... it has no age.







  • When people call me God, I say, no, I'm still an angel or saint of acting. I still have a long way to go.







  • Even though I am fantastic looking, I am still quite intelligent.







  • Some people say, 'Shah Rukh, you work so hard. Why don't you sit back with a glass of red wine or go out on the terrace for a smoke?' But that's not me.



  • Youngsters are the most discerning audience. They want entertainment, they want issues.



  • I truly believe my job is to make sure people smile.



  • In the world of creativity, laziness translates into an inability to be rigorous enough to create fearlessly. It makes us plagiarise or water our creativity down to make it more acceptable to the public.



  • You know, I think we Indians are afraid to show and celebrate our happiness, lest things change around. But I feel that it's okay to be sad and okay to show when you are happy.



  • Without hurting anybody, we all tend to laugh at others' discomfort. When someone slips on a banana skin and falls it's funny.


  • I talk to Allah, I pray to him.



  • More than an actor, I am a performer... I'm a great believer - honestly so, shamelessly so, vulgarly so - that cinema is for entertainment. If you want to send messages, there's the postal service.



  • Whenever I start feeling too arrogant about myself, I always take a trip to the U.S. The immigration guys kick the star out of my stardom.



  • Those who do not need to provide or have not built the vehicles of their own sustenance can afford to be less hardworking and driven than those who carry the burden of necessity.


  • For someone who doesn't even like love stories, I've played an awful lot of lovers.



  • If I talk to a girl, it's assumed that I'm having a scene with her. If I don't, then it's assumed that I'm gay.



  • Whether people like it or not, my marketing thought is if you keep something in front of people for too long, they get used to it.



  • Success is not a good teacher, failure makes you humble.



  • There is no right time and the right place for love... it can happen any time.


  • Everyone has their own way of expressing happiness.


  • Yes I have made a lot of money and I have a lot of respect, my films have done well, and I know there are loads of loads of people who look up to me and really love me. I really just thought this is like a strange dream. I have never thought this is a success - I don't have a standard.



  • I could lie and say my wife cooks for me, but she doesn't. My wife has never learned cooking but she has great cooks at home.



  • Whenever I fail as a father or husband... a toy and a diamond always work.



  • I personally believe the film turns out better when shot in one short schedule, plus it doesn't stress the actors.



  • I want people to know that movie stars live a normal, middle-class life.






  • I don't really have much to prove. I can easily go in a comfort zone, make two films a year, hype them because I've signed them as a star, making them cheap and they will be big hits.




  • In India, the films are not looked upon just as entertainment. They're a way of life.





  • The line between what I really am, and what I am on the reel, is slowly diminishing.



  • The only time I don't work is when I am asleep.





  • I know it's very idealistic and utopian, but I believe we need to just let everyone not be judged in terms of religion, groups or nations or region.






  • I don't like the trappings of stardom. I wear shoes and Dolce & Gabbana because I'm told to. But I'm not trapped by it.



  • When I think back on it, of course I got lucky and got great directors and good breaks but all that was the physical part. But what made me a star was that I could take a chance and not have anything to worry about in terms of losing.




  • I am very clear that when I work with a director what he or she says is the last word.





  • Laziness isn't merely a physical phenomenon, about being a couch potato, stuffing your face with fries and watching cricket all day. It's a mental thing, too, and that's the part I have never aspired for.





  • Whether people like it or not, my marketing thought is if you keep something in front of people for too long, they get used to it. 





  • There's a whole form of literature in India which talks about the quest for the perfect man by a woman, where every woman looks for a perfect man but only ends up with half that.




  • Sometimes a lot of us men think we are doing everything for the woman we love, but there is an aspect of a woman a man doesn't understand.





  • I've won many awards and I want more. If you want to call it hunger then I'm hungry for awards.



  • Cinema in India is like brushing your teeth in the morning. You can't escape it.





  • I have lived in Mumbai for more than 20 years, have my domicile here, my home and family here.


  • I have lived in Mumbai for more than 20 years, have my domicile here, my home and family here.



  • I have never claimed to do the right kind of things and make politically correct statements.





  • I think the way the audience takes the Indian film-star is a little different from the way the audience takes the Western star there. We are considered like demi-gods here, and the reason is not that we are better or good, but because there is no other mode of entertainment in India.


  • I work hard like I'm sure everyone else does, and I'm very honest with the work I do.





  • I'm an actor, I'm not a politician.


  • As far as the public is concerned, India is amazingly secular.





  • There's a personal me, there's an actor me and there's a star me.



  • Just be nice to me while I am doing the scene; that is all. I don't want big cars, I don't want big hotel rooms.





  • I have no self-centeredness or ego about being a movie star.



  • Sometimes, I feel the reason I have become a star beyond my films is that I am politically incorrect.






  • As a matter of fact, I find the Western cinema very fantastic.




  • It is stupid on my part to think of banning the media.





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