Tamasha to Gully Boy: 5 films that pushed us harder to follow our passion
Let's have a look at 5 Bollywood films that would inspire you to chase your passion like never before.
Tamasha and Gully Boy
Bollywood films help us experience an array of emotions through the art of storytelling. A film can be relatable to us in so many ways, be it love, friendship, jealousy, anger or even inspires us to follow our passion. And now India Forums have listed down 5 films that has inspired all of us in on or the other way.
Imitiaz Ali had a powerful message to convey, which he accomplished in the most perfect way possible. Ved was an excellent illustration of how our society's norms and limitations forced all of us to participate in this rat race without recognising where we were really going. Though he displayed an exemplary talent for storytelling, no one cared. Tamasha truly taught us to prioritise pursuing our own goals and aspirations over those of society or your loved ones.
The Rajkumar Hirani directorial gave a formula which said, success formula is to do what you love or love what you do. Don’t compare yourself with others. here are always people who doubt your abilities — avoid them. Because they don’t know you. Even you don’t know yourself until you try. So go on, try it. While it also shed light on not giving up in any situation. While Rancho taught us to trick our heart for a while by reminding yourself that ‘All is well to face the problem boldly.
Wake Up Sid
The most crucial lesson is to 'Wake Up'. Sid tells us is to always pursue our passions. At first, Sid seemed to have no idea he had a passion for photography. Although he enjoyed taking pictures, he never considered making a career out of it. But he persisted in capturing pictures while looking for a job or profession. and it ultimately assisted him in landing a position as a magazine photographer. Don't go with the flow. Follow your passion.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Bhag Milkha Bhag is a fine example of, if you initially fail, don't give up; instead, try again. The example of Milkha Singh's life reminds you to pursue your dreams no matter what, and to never give up. Always give the task your whole attention if you want to achieve your goal. To become the finest sprinter, the man put himself under a lot of strain and trained for five hours every day. He ran up hills, on the Yamuna's sands, and even against the pace of a metre gauge train, occasionally passing out from weariness and vomiting blood. He inspired many of us by doing more than just running.
'Apna Time Aayega!' If you fear dreaming big go watch Gully Boy. The film gives a strong message of how people are not allowed to dream because of society, but what really helps you fly is an little courage.Just like Murad who lives in the Mumbai slums and dreams of becoming a rapper, who then achieves what he dreamt. Needs a lot of courage and patience too.
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