Life advice from Movie Dialogues, Best inspirational movie dialogues

Bollywood movies are full of entertainment and at time a dialogue from a movie can give us life advice. Here are my compilation of such dialogues.

Here are a few wonderful dialogues from some wonderful Bollywood movies which are enough to motivate us and can give us wonderful life advice. Let us learn life advice from Movie dialogues.

There is English translation also after each dialogue… Enjoy…. and drop your favourite dialogue in the comment section

Do not stop in Life:

Movie Name: Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani.
Dialogue : Main udna chahta hoon, Dhaudna chahta hoon,girna bhi chahta hun bas rukna nahi chahta.
English Translation: I want to fly, I want to run, I want to fall also, but I do not want to just stop.

Movie Name: Kaabil.
Dialogue: Vishvaas aur confidence, jab yeh do tumhare saath ho na … toh raaston ko dekhne ki zaroorat nahi padti.
English Translation: When you have trust and confidence with you…then there is no need to look at the path)

Failure does not define you:

Movie Name: Chhichhore.
Dialogue:  Tumhara result decide nahi karta ki tum loser ho ki nahi, tunhari koshish decide krti hai.
English Translation: Your result do not decide that you are a loser or not, but your efforts do.

Movie Name: Happy New Year.
Dialogue: Duniya mein do tarah ke log hote hai. winners and losers. lekin zindagi har loser ko woh ek mauka zaroor deti hai jis mein woh winner ban sakta hai.
English Translation: In this world, there are two types of people. Winners and losers. but life definitely gives every loser that one chance in which he can become a winner.

Goal in Life:

Movie Name: Any Body Can Dance 2
Dialogue: Sahi direction mein utha har kadam … apne aap mein ek manzil hai. after all, life is all about the next step.
English Translation: Every step that moves in the right direction is a goal in itself. after all life is all about the next step.

Movie Name: Fanaa
Dialogue: Hum aaj joh faisla karte hai … wahi hamare kal ka faisla karega
English Translation: The decisions that we take today … decide what our future will be.

Movie Name: Rush
Dialog: Har insaan do zindagiyon ke saath aata hai. ek joh usse milti hai aur ek joh woh khud banata hai
English Translation: Every person comes with two lives. one that he gets and the other that he himself makes.

Accept the challenges in Life and be the change:

Movie Name: Dhoom 3
Dialogue: Joh duniya ko namumkin lage … wahi mauka hota hai … kartab dikhane ka
English Translation: What the world thinks is impossible … that is the right opportunity … to show your stunts.

Movie Name: Dear Zindagi
Dialogue: Albert Einstein ne kaha tha … pagal woh hota hai joh roz roz same kaam karta hai … magar chahta hai ki nateeja alag ho.
English Translation: Albert Einstein had said that … a person is mad when he does the same work every day … but still expects the result to be different

Movie Name: Kuchh Khatti kuchh Meethi
Dialogue: Kisi aur ko badalne ke liye … khud ko badalna zaroori hota hai
English Translation: To change someone … it is important that we ourselves change.

Do not become slave of conditions, take some risk:

Movie Name: Trimurti
Dialogue: Agar halaat ke ghulam banoge na, toh duniya tumhe kutta samajhkar laat maregi. lekin agar halaat ko apna ghulam banaoge na, toh duniya tumhe sher samajhkar salaam karegi.
English Translation: If you become a slave to the conditions, then the world will kick you like a dog. but if you make the conditions as your slave, then the world will salute you like a tiger.

Movie Name: Rush
Dialogue: Joh aadmi risk nahin leta … uska sab kuch risky ho jaata hai
English Translation: One who does not take a risk … everything of that person becomes risky.

Movie Name: Azhar
Dialogue: Sikka dono ka hota hai, heads ka bhi aur tails ka bhi. par waqt sirf uska aata hai joh palatkar upar aata hai
English Translation: A coin belongs to both, heads and tails. but time only stays on the side of the one who turns around and rises.


Movie Name: Hasee toh Phasee
Dialogue: Relationship todna bahut aasan hai … lekin usko banaye rakhne ke liye adjustments karni padti hai, nurture karna padta hai.
English Translation: It is very easy to break a relationship but to maintain it you have to make adjustments, you have to nurture it.

Movie Name: Aashiqui
Dialogue: Koi bhi rishta kitna bhi mahaan, kitna bhi bada kyun na ho … uske khatam ho jane se zindagi khatam nahi hoti.
English Translation: No matter how great and how big a relation is but life does not end when that relationship ends.

Face the Fear:

Movie Name: Tum Bin 2
Dialogue: Life mein jab bhi kisi bhi cheez se dar lage … toh uske samne khade ho jaao … dar khud bahut darpok hota hai … uski aankhon mein aankhen dalke dekho, darke bhaag jaata hai.
English Translation: Whenever you fear something in life, then simply stand in front of it. Fear itself is very timid … if you look into its eyes, it will run away.

Conclusion, let us summarize:

Movie Name: Junooniyat

Dialogue: Tumhari zindagi mein ek din aisa zaroor aayega, jab tum neend se jagogi aur apni life ko phir se rewind karke jeena chahogi … par tab waqt nahi hoga … humein jeena hai toh aaj jeeye, ab jeeye, ek doosre ke saath jeeye … taaki life phir kabhi rewind karne ki zaroorat na pade

English Translation: A day will definitely come in your life when you’ll wake up from your sleep and you’ll want to rewind your life to relive it once again.
But at that moment you won’t have any time. we should live in today. we should live in the present, we should live together … so that there’s never a need to rewind your life to relive it.

Movie Name: Kal Ho Naa Ho

Dialogue: Tumhare paas joh hai tumhare hisaab se kam hai … lekin kisi doosre ke nazar se dekho … toh tumhare paas bahut kuch hai.

English Translation: What you have is less according to you … but if you look at it from someone else’s view … then you have a lot.

Read my post on Fear

Gratitude in our Life Analysis with few Questions

Here I am going to do is that I will give you list of questions which you need to answer to know whether your life is full of things or people for which you should be grateful for.
This list of questions will help you identify what you most appreciate about your life and the people in it and help you in understanding Gratitude.

In part I of the post on Gratitude, we have understood the meaning of Gratitude, some interesting facts of Gratitude and what are the things we take for granted. In this post let us analyze gratitude in our life.

If you have not yet read the part I of it please read it here… Gratitude… Part I

Now in this part let us understand gratitude in many more details. Let us evaluate Gratitude in our life, whether we have enough reasons to be grateful for or not.

Here I will not give you a list of things for which we should be grateful, as they may defer from person to person. Therefore, what I am going to do is that I will give you list of questions which you need to answer to know whether your life is full of things or people for which you should be grateful for.

This list of questions will help you identify what you most appreciate about your life and the people in it.

Let us see the question and answer them and evaluate the Gratitude in our life

  1. What is the one nice and caring thing, someone did for you recently?
  2. Who is always there for you irrespective of the situations and how do you feel about them?
  3. Who is someone who always attentively listens when you talk?
  4. What is the best thing, which happened to you today so far?
  5. Who has helped you to become the person you are today, and what is the most important things you would thank that person for?
  6. What are the unique talents and capabilities you possess and how have you used them to become a better person?
  7. Have you ever experienced any blessings in disguise?
  8. What is the one thing, which you have enjoyed doing recently?
  9. What are the new skills, which you have learned recently and which will help you in the future?
  10. Have you had an opportunity to help someone recently, how you and that person felt about that?
  11. What is the best thing about your home, did you enjoyed it recently?
  12. What are the choices you have made and changes you have done in your life in the last 5 years that you will thank yourself for?
  13. Have you recently thought of the worst-case scenario that did not actually happen?
  14. What movie, book, blog, video affected your life better recently?
  15. What changes have you seen in nature recently that made you feel happy and peaceful?

This list of questions may go on and on…. However, the point here is to figure out is that we have so many things in our life for which we should be grateful.

Now let us understand how Gratitude can improve our lives and make us happier:

  1. being thankful reminds us of what we have to be grateful for in our current state, and that helps us be present. It helps us in shifting our focus from what we do not have to what we have.
  2. It will help in improving your confidence as you focus on appreciating what you have.
  3. Your worry will be less as you are happy with what you have and you do not buy things, which you do not need. As we are here to improve ourselves not to impress others.
  4. When you will be less worried, more confident, and less stressed in your life, you will have a better sleep.
  5. No one is perfect, once we start following gratitude, our relationship will get improved automatically. As now, your focus will be shifted from pointing out mistakes of the person to accepting the fact that no one is perfect and let us appreciate the individuality.
  6. It will reduce your innermost fear. As fear will occur when we think of things, which are beyond our control. With practicing gratitude, your focus will shift to things, which are in your control. One cannot be grateful and fearful at the same time.
  7. Gratitude will give you peace of mind and helps you in achieving your GOAL.

Gratitude benefits us in all areas of life, be it personal or professional, I have summarized the same here:

To conclude the topic lets read few wonderful quotes.

How much more pleasant is it to live life looking through the eyes of a person conscious of their own blessings.

Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.
—John F. Kennedy

While you eat fruit, remember the one who planted the tree.

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Meaning of Gratitude and things we take for granted

We live in a world where so many things are accessible to us we sometimes take it for granted. Gratitude is the state of being consciously aware and appreciative of all the great things in your life. So lets us today understand Meaning of Gratitude in details.

Dear Friends, Last week I have asked your suggestions for topics for my next post. You all have given me wonderful suggestions. I am really grateful to you all for your valuable time and for suggestions given by you.

One of the suggestion given was of Gratitude and this has been suggested by Sabiscuit and Kindfeelings. Thank you so much both of you and here is the post….

What is the meaning of gratitude; let us first understand the meaning before we go deeper into the topic.

Dictionary meaning of Gratitude is…

The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.

Let us see a few quotes to understand the meaning of Gratitude in a bit detail:

Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow. – Melody Beattie

No one who achieves success does so without the help of others. The wise and confident acknowledge this help with gratitude. – Alfred North Whitehead

Gratitude is when memory is stored in the heart and not in the mind.

Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.

Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for. —Zig Ziglar

Now let us understand the few facts about Gratitude:

  1. People who practice it have higher levels of optimism, positive emotions, and life satisfaction
  2. Gratitude leads to lower levels of stress and depression
  3. It also increases your capacity to be empathic and to see things from the perspective of others
  4. Having a grateful outlook on life could also, help you be a better support to those in need.
  5. Gratitude makes you place less importance on material goods, decreasing the feelings of envy that you might have
  6. It helps your immune system to be stronger and lowers your blood pressure
  7. A good way to increase your feelings of gratitude is to embrace the setbacks you experience in life. Remember, every setback is a set-up for a comeback.
  8. Manifestations of gratitude strengthen  moral behavior
  9. Gratitude is one of the key elements of happiness
  10. Gratitude makes us nicer and more trusting, which can help foster or deepen strong relationships.
  11. Expressing gratitude for something is a great conversation starter.

So now we have understood what Gratitude is, let us now try to go a little deeper and understand it further.

Here one “Doha” or couplet of Saint Kabirdas comes to my mind 

“Dukh Mein Sumiran Sab Kare, Sukh Mein Kare Na Koye,
Jo Sukh Mein Simran Kare, Toh Dukh Kahe Ko Hoye.”

Meaning: “During suffering, everyone prays to the Lord, but when experiencing happiness, we forget to thank God. If one were to pray to God even during the good times, can the bad times ever trouble one?”

So we should apply this principle for Gratitude also if we will be always grateful to things we have, we will never be in a situation where we will not have enough of those things.

What if you woke up tomorrow with only the things you were grateful for today?

If you do not want this to happen, so what all things will be in your list for which you will be grateful?

Let me help you out:

The things you take for granted someone else is praying for. Appreciate what you have before it turns into what you had

Things we take for granted:

  1. You woke up breathing.
  2. Have the freedom to choose what you will do today.
  3. You had a bed to sleep in.
  4. having the means to eat three meals today.
  5. You think you stuck in traffic, but that means you have a car. and
  6. You think no one is messaging you, but that means you have a phone and you can message someone.
  7. Your all five senses are working fine.
  8. Be grateful for each new day and the clean air you breathe.
  9. With so many people being homeless, be grateful to have a place to call home.
  10. Be grateful that you have a choice and a variety of clean clothes to wear.
  11. You are confused in choosing which shoes to wear; there are people who do not have legs.
  12. Someone waiting for you at home, someone to wait for.
  13. Having running water for brushing, shave and shower – millions in the world don’t.

This list can go on and on….

We live in a world where so many things are accessible to us we sometimes take it for granted. Gratitude is the state of being consciously aware and appreciative of all the great things in your life.

In the next part we will understand the Gratitude in much deeper and also see what are the benefits, and how can we improve our life if we practice Gratitude daily.

Read the part II here… Gratitude… Part II

Do not complain in Life… No one likes it…

We all have a habit of complaining either to self or to people around us. No one like to listen to your complains, so Do not complain

We all have a habit of complaining either to self or to people around us. Have you ever thought about what people will be thinking about you when you have a complaining nature? No one likes it so Do not complain.

People won’t have time for you if you are always angry and complaining.

Complaining not only ruins everybody else’s  day, it ruins the complainer’s day too. The more we complain, the more unhappy we get.

On average a person complains about 15-20 times in a day… Why people Complain:

  • To start a conversation, strange but it’s true.
  • Complaining is also used as a way to provoke others to switch loyalties. e.g. “Don’t listen to him, He is good for nothing.
  • To pre-excuse poor performance, behaviour or inaction.
  • People complain about difficulties of a situation or task to remove themselves from taking responsibility.

Think before complaining… below statement will help you in thinking that…

  • We are born crying that is natural, but don’t live complaining and die disappointed.
  • If you have time to complain about something then you have the time to do something about it.
  • Try to go 24 hours without complaining. (Not even once). Then watch how your life starts changing.

You complain that you don’t have good branded shoes, there are people who don’t have feet.

  • Spending today complaining about yesterday won’t make tomorrow any better.

What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked God for yesterday. So stop complaining and start appreciating what you have.


Read my post on The Art of questioning, why we should ask question

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