Laila (Zindagi na Milegi Dobara)
She always reminds me that in this rat race, try to make time for the things you love to do the most. Even the process seems very hectic, but it will bring a smile to your face at the end of the day.’Seize the day, my friend’, will always be an awe-inspiring quote that gives me energy on my dull days.
Geet (Jab We Met)
She taught me the most important thing that is Self-love. She made me realize how important it is to live in the moment, make count your presence and worry less about the future. Her easy-going vibe and the way she wanted to do every next thing which comes to her mind, without any regrets, taught me how to live life to the fullest.
He gave me an important career-oriented lesson. The small failures which you go through in your life can’t decide what future you have. He was the perfect guide that I need to overcome every obstacle which comes through in achieving my dreams. This dialogue will always cheer me up when I am about to drown “Your result doesn’t decide that you are a loser or not, your attempts decide that”.
She taught me though it’s your career, your life, as we grow we need to be there for our parents. Even if sometimes they may crib about many things, but at the end of the day, looking at their peaceful smile when they sleep is what makes everything worth it. The way she kept the balance for being for her family and work, makes me understand sometimes it’s the support they need.
Kaira (Dear Zindagi)
She showed the world the vulnerable side of her. She taught me sometimes it’s necessary to let go of things. It’s okay to be not okay, it isn’t necessary to always be happy to live your life to the fullest. Time heals a lot of things, so have patience and focus on your mental health which will initially lead you to your inner peace.
Rancho (3 idiots)
He taught me that you should not learn for the sake of learning but for immense love for the passion of learning. He taught me the smart way to study which may help us to learn the practical importance in the end. He taught me the positive approach “All Izz Well”, we need to calm the storm inside our heads. He taught me that in order to love your job, you should pursue your passions without letting fear rule your life.
Aisha (Wake Up Sid)
She taught me how far a small-town girl can come to follow her dreams. The way she tries to take every effort to impress her boss with her writing skills shows that no job is big or small. The home she finds in this new city gives me the hope that somewhere something is waiting for all of us. She taught me to chase freedom, chase my dreams and give myself a chance to do something new.
Bunny (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)
His easy-going vibe, for being there for his friends taught me how integral a part they become of our life. He taught me always to listen to your heart, as it will guide you home. Be strong enough to pursue what you truly want and achieve your dreams. Live life rather than every moment to the fullest.
Abhimanyu (Meri Pyaari Bindu)
He taught me that not every love story ends happily ever after. Sometimes you just have to let go of them, as destiny has altogether different plans for each other. It may hurt for a while, but with time things will definitely get better. Cherish the good times, embrace the memories as we all know life doesn’t stop, things may get better and soon you will seek what you want.
He taught me that when love strikes in your life, you don’t think of their caste, creed, and religion. He taught me that you can love a person selflessly. It doesn’t need to be always holding hands with the person. The way you sacrificed life for your love shows me how immensely you loved her. It’s not always being together, it’s about being there when she needs you the most.
By Anagha Fulewar