Life Lessons to Learn from Salman Khan Movies
Salman Khan Movies

Life Lessons to Learn from Salman Khan Movies

Life Lessons to Learn from Salman Khan Movies

There’s a lot to learn about life from Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan who played role of lover boy Prem and dashing Chulbul Pandey. Today, Let’s take a look at the life lessons he offered us on screen.

1. Commitment makes the world go round.
When an angry Salman says, “ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, fir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta” in Wanted, we learn that a commitment is more than a mere promise. This sentence teaches you to keep your word.

2. In dosti, no sorry, no thank you.
Lover boy Prem taught his fans the first rule of friendship – ‘Dosti ka ek usool hai madam. No sorry, no thank you.’ In his blockbuster film ‘Maine Pyaar Kiya’, Salman tells a Bhagyashri that formality is unnecessary between two friends.

3. No matter how tough bade Salman is you can always win his heart.
With charm and true love, you can win the toughest of hearts. In ‘Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya’, a fun loving Suraj makes an anguished bade bhaiyya (Arbaaz Khan) change his mind with his dedication to pursue his true love.

4. True love means letting go.
The climax of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’ made us all cr. It was hard to see a heartbroken Sameer let go of Nandini. Sallu totally made us his fans when he tells Ash – ‘Agle saat janmon tak tum Vanraj ki ho, lekin athvein janam me tum meri hogi.

5. Chai and mullets are cooler than Starbucks and a man bun.
We take a cue from sweet Prem who shares a cup of tea with cunning Amar who says, ‘do dost ek hi pyaali mein chaai piyenge, isse pyaar badhta hai.’ Also, he rocked a mullet with ease.

6. Sunglasses actually really belong on the back of your shirt collar.
It was Chulbul Pandey who taught us the world’s most legendary fashion statement.

7. Always respect your elders.
In movies like ‘Baghban’ and ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’, Salman taught us to respect our elders and love our parents.

8. Never lose hope in love.
In ‘Khamoshi’, Salman brings a dying Manisha back to life with his unconditional love. A scene where Salman tries to convince Manisha’s father (Nana Patekar) about him being an ideal match for his daughter is also pretty stellar.

9. Not to get bogged down by pressure.
In David Dhawan’s ‘Biwi No.1’, Salman goes for an extra marital affair only to realise that cheating on his wife was a big mistake. Not one to get bogged down by pressure he tried again in ‘No Entry’. Then he mended his ways, after realizing that cheating was a big mistake.

10. A strong gust of wind can rip a linen shirt to shreds.
Even the wind knows that Sallu looks best when shirtless! Thus, off went the white linen shirt with a strong gust of wind in the Dabangg climax scene.

11. He saved an entire generation the trouble of buying a baby boy naming book.
It was ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ that started the trend of naming the newborns ‘Prem’. He played the charming, sweet lover boy Prem in 15 movies, thus making naming ceremonies a lot easier.