15 Influential Shah Rukh Khan’s TEDx Quotes Delivered At Canada Which Can Teach About Life
India most Loved and richest actor Shah Rukh Khan delivered the speech in TEDx. He is the first Indian actor who has delivered the speech in TEDx event abroad.
The king of Bollywood. Also, know as Badshah. Shah Rukh Khan is known to be the most remarkable personality in India. He is also a self-made superstar and Billionaire.
Shah Rukh Khan is known to be a second richest actor in the world. No doubt he got the invitation from TEDx Canada to delivered a speech. He accepted the request and went to Canada. His speech was considered as one of the funniest speeches of all time.
He mentioned he loves to make people happy. He believes in spreading happiness. Shah Rukh Khan has shared his thoughts on the stage of TEDx, Canada.
Here are the Quotes which will help to understand the thoughts of Shah Rukh Khan which he has delivered on TEDx, Canada.
15 Influential Shah Rukh Khan’s TEDx Quotes Delivered At Canada Which Can Teach About Life:
I Sell Dream And I Peddle Love To Millions Of People.
I have been made understand there are lots of you here who have never seen my work, and I Feel really sad for you. That doesn’t take away from the fact that I am completely self-obessed, as a movie star should be.
Humanity is a lot like me. It’s an aging movie star, grappling with all the newness around it, wondering whether it got it right in the first place and still trying to find a way to keep on shining regardless.
From that night onwards, much akin to humanity in its adolescence. I learned the crude tools of survival.
You married the first girl you dated and you were a techie if you would fix the carburetor in your car. You went wherever life took you for work and people were mostly welcoming you. Most important, you were who you were and you said what you thought.
By the time I was 40, I was really flying. I had done 50 films by then and 200 songs, and I’d been knighted by Malaysians and given highest civil honor by the French government. Humanity was soaring with me. We were both flying off the handle actually.
Everything I said took a new meaning; everything I did – good, bad, ugly – was there for the world to comment upon the judge.
Everything I didn’t say or do was also met with the same fate.
I started to feel that I couldn’t be who I wanted to be or say what I actually thought. And humanity at this time completely identified with me. Both of us midlife crisis. Humanity like me was becoming over-exposed prima donna.
We had expected an expansion of ideas and dreams we had not bargained for enclosure of judgment.
The present you is brave. The present you is hopeful, The present you is innovative and resourceful. And, of course, the present you is annoyingly indefinable.
I have learned that whatever moves you, whatever urges you to create, build, whatever keeps you from failing whatever helps you survive is perhaps the oldest and the simplest emotion is known to mankind and that is love.
You may use your power to build walls and keep people outside or you may use you faith to make people afraid and terrify them into submission. Or you can use it to give courage to people, so they rise to greatest heights of enlightenment.
You can use your energy to spread the darkness of destruction ot you can use it to spread the joy of light to millions.
The future you has to be like an aging movie star who has been made to believe that there is a possibility of the world which is completely wholly, self-obsessively in love with itself.
It has to be you who creates the world that is its own the best lover, that should be the future you.