23.2 C
Australia
Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Shah Rukh Khan, Dil Se. Everybody Needs to Watch His Speech to Students

Must read

Bicycle bandit assaults Mount Nice employee

Detectives have launched footage of a person exterior a Willetts Rd enterprise in Mount Nice the place a employee was struck within the...

100,000 Walked for Mental Health!

National Mental Health Month is an initiative of the Mental Health Foundation Australia (MHFA) to advocate for and raise awareness of Australian...

Remember Shah Rukh Khan’s extremely inspiring ‘SattarMinute’ monologue from Chak De! India? Guess what? He just totally topped that with a real life speech and if there’s one thing you do today, hearing him speak at the Dhirubhai Ambani International School should be it. (Don’t worry, it won’t take sattar minutes of your life, just about 20.)

At the graduation ceremony for the school’s 2016 batch, chief guest Shah Rukh, 50, made an inspiring yet chuckle-inducing speech, infusing it with his trademark humour. Anecdotes from his life (stories about his dad, the gifts he gave him), jokes about himself (how he did Fan right after Dilwale), the “rubbish poetry” he wrote (“exams and rules that sometimes hound you… let me tell you, you all will be successful, let me ‘remound’ you. Now it was ‘remind’ but since it didn’t rhyme…”), and even a dig at US Presidential candidate Donald Trump – King Khan brought his A-game to drive home his message for the students: feel free to be yourself.

The actor even tweeted about his speech on June 1. “This is from the heart,” he wrote.

Online Source

The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

Latest article

WCH assessment: Child’s hospital might get coronary heart, lung help service

South Australia’s Ladies’s and Youngsters’s Hospital (WCH) might get a heart-lung bypass service after an unbiased assessment steered it was wanted.Nevertheless, the assessment...

Two repeat sexual predators free of WA jail by the identical choose

Two repeat sexual predators have been granted freedom from jail with dozens of strict circumstances regardless of issues they might be a hazard...

Docklands homicide: Liam Cahill stabbed by coronary heart, court docket advised

A Melbourne man is accused of stabbing his finest pal by the guts throughout a brawl at a celebration, a court docket has...

McLaren Vale: Halloween decorations likened to KKK lynching

Police have paid a go to to a South Australian man after his neighbour likened the Halloween decorations in his entrance yard to...

Unhealthy Airbnb visitors face public shaming, five-year ban

Unruly Airbnb visitors and “problematic hosts” will quickly face a five-year ban for dangerous behaviour in NSW, with strict new legal guidelines kicking...