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Best of 2016 | Top 10 Inspirational Quotes from Celebrity Interviews
We can't believe it's the last week of 2016 already. This year, we enjoyed some interesting conversations with some of the most popular, celebrated personalities of the Indian fashion, film and beauty industry. Our readers have always enjoyed these candid conversations, which are frank, to the point and fresh; devoid of gossip and the unnecessary addition of uncomfortable, personal questions. Some of these interviews, especially those with popular Bollywood male and female actors, have been widely read and appreciated. We bring you some of the best inspirational, straight from the heart quotes from the most read interviews of 2016.
I am someone who believes an actor needs to be honest about their work and give their 100 per cent while working on a film. It is that honesty and truth that shows when the film releases and eventually, reflects at the box office too. When you are honest about your work, the audience can see that very well.
I am still struggling. But, what keeps you going is work. Looking for work, what work is gonna come tomorrow, whether I will get it or not. Also, thinking about how I can make myself capable enough to not let that work go.
I am of the opinion that one should not compare their success to that of other people. If my film is liked by the audience and they thoroughly enjoy it, I would consider that as a huge success. It would be a victory for me if someone comes up and feels that my performance was different than what I have done in the past.
According to some people, everything in life is terminated once you are married. It's like you gotta change the way you breathe as well, as if you have sold your soul. But, that's not the case, right? I am an actor and my husband respects me for that.
Kareena Kapoor Khan
I have seen a mix of both success and failure. So, when you have seen both sides, there is no fear. Fear creeps in when you have not seen failure, or when you don't know the dark side. I have been to the dark side and back, so there is no room for any fear.
It's important to know that there will always be someone out there who will be better than you. But, you should go home knowing that you had given your best. Your competition should always be with yourself. The moment you think that things are not going as per your expectations, you must pull yourself up and start working hard towards your goal.
Individuals today are all consumed by themselves. It’s all about our career, success and earnings. It’s all about ‘ME’. So, a lot of people forget to take care of their parents. These are the people who brought you up, and you have to respect them.
Strong, women oriented films veer towards me and I am drawn towards them. I am trying to find my feet, realise my work and value with every passing day. Perhaps, that's why I get drawn to stories where the women are doing something similar.
I am someone who does not believe in living for tomorrow. There is no guarantee of the future and I have always believed in living for the present. I live each day like it's my last. Leave the past behind, and don’t think about the future. Jo ab hain uspar mehnat karo.
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