6 Life Lessons from THALAIVAR

Film: Padayappa

Dialogue: En vazhi, thani vazhi (My way is Unique)

Get things done in your own way. Aha! When it comes to accomplishing your big goals, it’s not everything else that is the problem—it’s you .You are your own worst enemy. Push through the insecurity that’s stopping you. Create your own style. Because once you start, your momentum does, too, and you’ll roll right past any obstacles you were anxious about before you started.


Film : Padayappa

Dialogue: Kashtapadaama edhuvum kidaikaadhu. Kashtapadaama kedachadhu ennikum nilaikaadhu. (You’ll gain nothing without hard work. And if you do, it won’t last for long)

Life is full of twists and turns. You know what? I’ll tell you, the best advice I’ve ever heard is the worst advice I’ve ever heard. It’s the best because it’s tried, true and useful. Hard work is Obligatory. Without working hard and just by sitting idle it will be hard for one to get success. If you’re looking to find a shortcut or a fool proof method, I’m sorry to say, it doesn’t exist. Even if it does exist, the success doesn’t stay for long.


Film: Dharma Durai

Dialogue: Nallavana irukallam aanaal romba nallavana irukakudathu (You can be a good person. But you shouldn’t be a very good person)

 Being the good person seems to be the ‘in-thing’ these days. It is absolutely fine to be good at what you do, but once you start being exceptionally good, work around the clock, give yourself to the company you work for, etc, some employers might take advantage of you, they might proceed to shower you with new tasks without the prospect of a raise, promotion or even a bonus. The key is to be adequate, not exceptional.


Film: Arunachalam

Dialogue: Aandavan solran. Arunachalam mudikaran (God commands, I obey)

Believe that God does things for our own good. He loves us and wants to help us, not to give us unnecessary burdens. We have to trust him in that; his perspective is much better than ours. Obedience expresses faith in his wisdom and love. And life works better if we are in tune with the way we were made.



Dialogue : Katham..Katham.. Mudinchathu mudinchu pottchu..(It’s already over… Past is past)

Let’s face it: we all dwell on the past from time to time. That’s okay—we’re human beings with emotions. As we live life and experience it to its fullest, it’s only natural that we sometimes cling onto what once was. But you shouldn’t chase after the past or place expectations on the future. What is past is left behind. And its already over . REMEMBER THAT!


Film: Kabali

Dialogue : Maghizchi ( Happy )

 Happiness seems to be the ultimate — yet most elusive — of goals. Each time you feel your energy drop and negative feelings like fear, anger, frustration, etc., begin to creep in, call upon your happy memories and stay in that moment for as long as possible. Remember: Happy isn’t something you are; happy is something you do.


Enough said already, Rajinikanth can directly communicate with your brain cells.

Su-real-Scribblings a.k.a Sruthiraj

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