Salman Khan has always proved to be the king at the box office. Most of his films are blockbusters and break many records. He has such abundant number of fans that his film can be claimed a hit even before its release date.
Apart from his box-office value, Salman Khan Films have majorly contributed in bringing about some positive changes in the society. The credit can be attributed to some striking dialogues from his films that are written by writers. Most of them give us good life lessons.
Let’s see some of the famous Salman Khan dialogues and the life lessons that they provide.
#1 “Swagat nahi karoge ap humara?”- Dabangg
This dialogue hints towards the tradition of recognizing guests as God in India, commonly addressed as ‘Atithi Devo Bhava.’
#2 “Aam aadmi sota hua sher hai..ungli mat kar..jaag gaya toh cheer phad dega”- Jai Ho
This dialogue implies the power that rests within a common man. This power just needs to be realized.
#3 “Ache pehelwan ki pehchan akhaade mein nahi zindgi mein howe”- Sultan
The authenticity that you hold towards your profession or passion is reflected not only in your professional field but in your life.
#4 “Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di… Uske baad main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta”- Wanted
Never back out from your commitments. Value your words and weigh them before you pour them out of the mouth. And once spoken, the words shouldn’t be taken back.
#5 “Dosti ka Ek usool hai madam, no sorry, no thank you”- Maine Pyaar Kiya
This fundamental principle of friendship given out by Salman Khan has been working since ages. This is truly an evergreen one.
#6 “Zindagi mein 3 cheez kabhi underestimate nahi karna. I, Me and Myself.”- Ready
This dialogue has certainly been the morale booster for quite a lot of people. Realizing one’s potential and not undermining the hidden is surely one way to go.
#7 “Mere bare mein itna mat socho, dil mein ata hun samjh mein nahi”- Kick
Salman Khan has taught us to be unpredictable through this dialogue. Be unpredictable and shock people with your achievements.
#8 “Hum Bajrangbali ke bhakt hain, mar jaenge par jhooth nahi bolenge”- Bajrangi Bhaijaan
The people who feel a union with God tend to choose the path of honesty, denying all the falsehood.
#9 “Koi tumhe tab tak nahi hara sakta, jab tak tum khud na haar jao”- Sultan
You do not lose because your opponent defeats you; you lose because your internal strength to fight against the odds diminishes.
#10 “Har family mein problem hain, par vo khushnaseeb hain jinki family hai”- Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo
This is one of the most idealistic dialogues, showcasing the importance of having a family.
Isn’t Salman the best now, both on the box office account and on the moral ground?