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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Best Motivational Shero Shayari in Hindi !

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Shero Shayari : :

1 CHALTE RAHIYE

HO KE MAYOOS NA YOON SHAAM SE DHALTE RAHIYE,
ZINDAGI BHOR HAI SURAJ SA NIKALTE RAHIYE,
EK HI PAON PE THAHROGE TO THAK JAOGE,
DHIRE-DHIRE HI SAHI RAAH PE CHALTE RAHIYE.

2 Kabhi Zameen Mat Chodna:

Samne ho manzil to raaste na modna,
Jo bhi mann mein ho wo sapna na todna,
Kadam kadam pe milegi mushkil aapko,
Bas sitare chun-ne ke liye kabhi zameen mat chodna.

3 Kuch Ker Kay Dikha Diya.....

Kuch kar kay dikha diya, ki kaam bohut hain,
Is jahan main jeetnay walay muqaam bohut hain,
Mukammal shakhs wahi jo duniya ko badal dalay, Roz mar mitney walay naam bohut hain.

4 Nazar Ko Badlo To Nazare Badal Jate Hai:

Nazar Ko Badlo To Nazare Badal Jate Hai,
Soch Ko Badlo To sitare Badal Jate Hai,
Kashtiya Badal ne ki jarurat nahi,
Disha Ko Badlo to Kinare Khud-b-Khud badal jate hai.

5 Taqdeer Ka Suraj:

Hosley buland kar raaston par chal de,
Tujhe tera mukaam mil jayega,
Akela tu pehel kar,
Kaafila khud bann jayega,
Maysoos hokar na umeedon ka daman chhod,
Varna khuda naraz ho jayega,
Thokron se na tu ghabra,
Har padaav par apne aap ko aur mazboot payega,
Nakamyabi ki dhund se na ghabrana,
Kaamyabi ka suraj teri takdeer roshan kar jayega.

6 Yun to umar hai bahut choti si,
Par har chote se lamhe ko tu ji bhar ke ji le,
Khwab si is zindagi mein, Khwab aise bun,
Ki leke rukhsat is jahaan se khule jab aankhein teri
Tab kar khuda se saamna kabhi jhuke na teri nazar......

7 HAWAON SE KEH DO APNI AUKAAD MEIN RAHE
HUM PAIRO SE NAHI HOSLO SE UDA KARTE HAIN

8. SAPNE NAHI TOOTA KARTE

SATH NAHI REHNE SE RISHTE NAHI TUTA KARTE
WAQT KI DHUNDH SE LAMHE NAHI TUTA KARTE
LOG KEHTE HE MERA SAPNA TOOT GAYA
TOOTI NEEND HAI SAPNE NAHI TUTA KARTE

9. Nigaho Mein Manzil


Nigaho mein manzil thi,
gire aur gir kar sambhalte rahe,
hawao ne bahut koshish ki,
magar chirag aandhiyo mein bhi jalte rahe.

10. Khwaab Zinda Rakh

agar aankhein teri zinda hai
to inn mein khwaab bhi zinda rakh
mayoosi le jati hai kufr ki janib
hardam ummeed-e-fatah rakh
ragon mein jab khoon rawan hai ab tak
to koshishein apni rawan rakh
na ummeed le jati hai nakaami ke janib
umangein apni jawan rakh.

11. Tujhe Mile Tu Jo Chahe

Abre Rehmat Teri Chokhat Pe Barasti Nazar Aye
Har Lamha Teri Taqdir Sawarti nazar Aye
Bin Mange Tujhe Mile Tu Jo Chahe
Dua Khud Tere Hathon Ko Tarasti Nazar Aye

12. Seekh

saahil jo samajh le moujon ko
kya khouf use tufaano se
mar kar hi to jeena hai
jeena hai yeh sikh liya parvaano se

13. Udaan-hausla

Manzil unhi ko milti hai
Jinke sapno me jaan hoti hai
Pankh se kuchh nahi hota
Hauslon se udaan hoti hai

14. Zindagi Degi Hassne Ke Mauke Hazaar Tumhein

zindagi se na rakho kabhi koi shikayat tum
yeh hasne ke degi mauke hazaron tumhein
muqabla karo hasske pareshanion ka tum
agar musibat aaye koi jo zindagi mein tumhein
jo aisi soch rakhoge har baaar tum
safalta milegi hi aakhirkar tumhein
hansne ke mauke degi zindagi baar baar tumhein.

15. Raah

raah mein kaante ek do nahi hote
raah kaanton se bhari hoti hai
manzil us raah ke akhiri chor par khadi hoti hai
jahan har kadam par milti ek nayi chouti hai
dekh use jinke hounsle dagmagaate hain
ve manzil ko bhula kaanton mein ulajh jaate hain
jinki nigaah manzil par hoti hai
ve kaanton pe hi chalkar manzil ko paate hain

A Dream Catch for Every Cricketer ! Video

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A truly best sports moment you find over here where a player superbly catch the ball in very unique style....Just ready to applaud for him

A Great 'Cola' Commercial !! Motivational Video

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Winners are not much differ from others....In this great cola commercial ,a little man practice makes him perfect to find his love(cola) but a very great inspiration for us to learn...just practice can makes you perfect....

Leader is Only One : 'Sharukh Khan'

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Shahrukh Khan lead india clip.Leader is only one,King Khan shahrukh loves to do his Job whatever he do ?

Friday, November 27, 2009

Motivational Commercial Ad by Lead India..VIdeo

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People need only one leader and always be wait for some other.In this motivational video a child became the idol to motivate 100 of people to lead first.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Dreams Facts " Types of Dreams" !

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1. One third of our lives is spent sleeping.

2. In your lifetime, you would've spent about 6 years of it dreaming. That is more than 2,100 days spent in a different world.

3. Dreams have been here as long as mankind. Back in the Roman Era, striking and significant dreams were submitted to the Senate for analysis and interpretation.

4. Everybody dreams. EVERYBODY! Simply because you do not remember your dream does not mean that you did not dream.

5. Dreams are indispensable. A lack of dream activity can mean protein deficiency or a personality disorder.

6. We dream on average of one or two hours every night. And we often even have 4-7 dreams in one night.

7. Blind people do dream. Whether visual images will appear in their dream depends on whether they where blind at birth or became blind later in life. But vision is not the only sense that constitutes a dream. Sounds, tactility, and smell become hypersensitive for the blind and their dreams are based on these senses.

8. Five minutes after the end of the dream, half the content is forgotten. After ten minutes, 90% is lost.

9. The word dream stems from the Middle English word, dreme which means "joy" and "music".

10. Men tend to dream more about other men, while women dream equally about men and women.

11. Studies have shown that our brain waves are more active when we are dreaming than when we are awake.

12. Dreamers who are awakened right after REM sleep, are able to recall their dreams more vividly than those who slept through the night until morning.

13. Physiologically speaking, researchers found that during dreaming REM sleep, males experience erections and females experience increased vaginal blood flow - no matter what the content of the dream. In fact, "wet dreams" may not necessarily coincide with overtly sexual dream content.

14. People who are giving up smoking have longer and more intense dreams.

15. Toddlers do not dream about themselves. They do not appear in their own dreams until the age of 3 or 4.

16. If you are snoring, then you cannot be dreaming.

17. Nightmares are common in children, typically beginning at around age 3 and occurring up to age 7-8.

18. In a poll, 67% of Americans have experienced Deja Vu in their dreams, occurring more often in females than males.

To win just walk one step extra mile ! Inspirational Video

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In this commercial Ad,just learn how one extra step double your chance to win ! See this Inspirational Video !

A Story Touches your Heart Directly ! Inspirational Video

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Some stories can impact on your life for long run and I think it could be one of them for you ! Watch this Inspirational Video

Time,Money and God -Hindi motivational Story !

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एक परमभक्त को ईश्वर ने दर्शन दिए. भक्त ने ईश्वर से पूछा – “प्रभु, क्या मैं आपसे एक प्रश्न पूछ सकता हूँ?

ईश्वर ने कहा – “अवश्य. जो चाहे पूछो.”

भक्त ने कहा – “प्रभु, आप तो इस सृष्टि में अनादि-अनंत काल से हैं. ऐसे में ‘एक हज़ार साल’ आपके लिए कितना समय होगा?

ईश्वर ने उत्तर दिया – “पुत्र, एक हज़ार साल मेरे लिए पांच मिनट के बराबर हैं.”

भक्त ने पुनः पूछा – “यह तो अद्भुत है! तो फिर आपके लिए दस लाख रूपये कितने रुपयों के बराबर हैं?

ईश्वर ने कहा – “मेरे लिए दस लाख रूपये पांच पैसों के बराबर हैं”

यह सुनकर भक्त ने अतिउत्साह से पूछा – “अच्छा! तो प्रभु क्या आप मुझे पांच पैसे दे सकते हैं?”

ईश्वर ने भक्त की ओर मुस्कुराकर देखा और कहा – “क्यों नहीं पुत्र? तुम सिर्फ पांच मिनट के लिए प्रतीक्षा करो और मैं तुम्हें दे दूंगा.”

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Determination to build the first bridge of Newyork !

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Short Inspiring Story Determination

In 1883, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. However bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible feat and told Roebling to forget the idea. It just could not be done. It was not practical. It had never been done before.


Roebling could not ignore vision the he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew deep in his heart that it could be done. He just had to share the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he managed to convince his son Washington, an up and coming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be built.


Working together for the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and inspiration, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.


The project started well, but when it was only a few months underway a tragic accident on the site took the life of John Roebling. Washington was injured and left with a certain amount of brain damage, which resulted in him not being able to walk or talk or even move.


"We told them so."
"Crazy men and their crazy dreams."
"It`s foolish to chase wild visions."


Everyone had a negative comment to make and felt that the project should be scrapped since the Roeblings were the only ones who knew how the bridge could be built. In spite of his handicap Washington was never discouraged and still had a burning desire to complete the bridge and his mind was still as sharp as ever.


He tried to inspire and pass on his enthusiasm to some of his friends, but they were too daunted by the task. As he lay on his bed in his hospital room, with the sunlight streaming through the windows, a gentle breeze blew the flimsy white curtains apart and he was able to see the sky and the tops of the trees outside for just a moment.


It seemed that there was a message for him not to give up. Suddenly an idea hit him. All he could do was move one finger and he decided to make the best use of it. By moving this, he slowly developed a code of communication with his wife.


He touched his wife's arm with that finger, indicating to her that he wanted her to call the engineers again. Then he used the same method of tapping her arm to tell the engineers what to do. It seemed foolish but the project was under way again.


For 13 years Washington tapped out his instructions with his finger on his wife's arm, until the bridge was finally completed. Today the spectacular Brooklyn Bridge stands in all its glory as a tribute to the triumph of one man's indomitable spirit and his determination not to be defeated by circumstances. It is also a tribute to the engineers and their team work, and to their faith in a man who was considered mad by half the world. It stands too as a tangible monument to the love and devotion of his wife who for 13 long years patiently decoded the messages of her husband and told the engineers what to do.


Perhaps this is one of the best examples of a never-say-die attitude that overcomes a terrible physical handicap and achieves an impossible goal.

Often when we face obstacles in our day-to-day life, our hurdles seem very small in comparison to what many others have to face. The Brooklyn Bridge shows us that dreams that seem impossible can be realised with determination and persistence, no matter what the odds are.

Even the most distant dream can be realized with determination and persistence.

Susan Boyle proven dreams can come true !

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Don’t worry about Susan Boyle. Things got dicey for Internet sensation SuBo back in May, a month after the 48-year-old Scot’s audition on “Britain’s Got Talent” went global and made her a worldwide phenomenon.

There was erratic behavior. A stint in a psychiatric hospital. And subsequent backlash dished out by former fans. It looked like the Cinderella story of the decade was going to turn out to be some fractured fairy tale, with Boyle as the butt of the joke.

But Boyle got her glass slipper. Her debut album, “I Dreamed a Dream,” came out yesterday, but it was already the most pre-ordered CD worldwide in history.


Good for her.


Boyle’s CD is, above all else, earnest - no one can sing about lifelong disappointment with such authority. And she has the vocal chops to take her place alongside the Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban records in your aunt’s collection, right under that Thomas Kinkade print she adores.


In fact, “I Dreamed a Dream” is the perfect present for that relative who shoots a dirty look at Top 40 radio and cracks: “Why are those singers always yelling?”


SuBo never yells. She’s like Linda Eder on lithium: self-possessed, serious and, to be honest, semi-somnolent. She turns the Monkees’ “Daydream Believer” into a dirge. Her “The End of the World” might just work better than Ambien.


Still, her voice sounds decades younger than her 48 years. And you must respect a woman who takes on the Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses” and Madonna’s “You’ll See” and nails them. Yet Boyle, who claimed on TV that she’d never been kissed, seems to lack the emotional experience needed for some songs and can sound apathetic.


But then there’s that title track, the one that pulled her out of public housing and into pop culture history. Not since Michael Jackson’s performance of “Billie Jean” at “Motown 25” in 1983 has a song been so connected to a performance. She surprised millions of people across the world without having to resort to lighting a piano on fire a la Lady Gaga or shoving some man’s face in her crotch (Thanks, Adam Lambert.) You have to root for SuBo every time you hear her sing “I Dreamed a Dream.”


But that’s the thing with Boyle. Her story is her ticket to stardom. The girl with learning disabilities who was bullied in school and written off in life; the homely woman who lived with her parents until their deaths and then alone with her cat, Mr. Pebbles. And yet, she sang. In front of an audience, Simon Cowell and now the world.

And won us over.

Extraordinary, really.


Will SuBo become a superstar in the United States? Probably not. We love our pop sensations young, beautiful and barely dressed. But for a moment, we dreamed alongside Boyle. Long enough to make her dream come true.


source: boston herald

Sports are life line : True sports moments

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Sports are the lifeline for true sports person.Believe it or not but this amazing and inspiring videos can thrill you..."To be the winner every time not necessary but a true sports person give the best on every game he plays"


Great Sports Moments - The funniest videos clips are here

My Dream to be no.1 : Dhirubhai Ambani

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'Ek soch thi Ek sapna tha' !"Never believe on dreams ,it can't take shape,my father says but I saw the dream to be No.1......I think you heard this Dialogue in Movie Guru and Believe me Dreams take shapes...See this inspiring video of Business Leader Late shri.Dhirubhai Ambani.

Motivational Speech in Hindi by Mohit Sardana

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Mohit Sardana is part of the Mlm Company ebiz.com .i heard Mr.Mohit personally believe me he such have mind blowing personality and Listen his motivational speech in hindi , learn from it !He is motivational guru !

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Give Up Your Sorrow ness ! Poem

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Give Up your sorrow ness and take a step towards your future..." Future is like a clay, how ever you can modify it and give your best for design it "!

Friday, November 20, 2009

Failure is my success secret :Norman Vaughan

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A Documentary video on the life of Norman Vaughan...How can we achieve and reach beyond to our imaginations ,dreams.if we have no Dare to Fail !

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Time now to work on your dream today :Rene Godefroy !

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'I have faith in god thats give me the power to fight against my fears' -Tkumarr

Most of us are hesitant to start anything because we are afraid we might make a mistake or fail. Go ahead make mistakes! Don’t wait for more experience or to be good enough to start. You don’t have to be good to start, but you have to start to be good.

Some may tease and laugh at you. They will warn you, and recite all the reasons why you shouldn't take the risk. These will be the ones to wait around patiently hoping to say, “I told you so.” Brush them off. If you let these people influence you in any way, you will never, ever be ready to go ahead and start making your dream a reality.

You will never have enough money, enough time, enough support, or experience to start. But once you muster up the courage to take that giant step forward and start, the rest will fall into place. But only YOU can make it happen! Start NOW with whatever you know, whatever you have, and wherever you are.

Don’t let money be your handicap. You don’t need money to make the phone call, attend that networking event, or go as a guest to an association meeting in your field. How about volunteering a few hours a week to work for someone in the business arena that you're thinking about? Do you see what I mean? You have so many opportunities out there. Do something!

Be sure to keep a good database. Record your contacts and touch base with them every three months. And guess how much that will cost you? Zero. Most computers already come with a database program. All you need is a little time which you can choose to create right now.

Your assignment: This month, write down what kind of resources you will need and which people can help you make your dream a reality. Be creative! Go for it.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Akshay kumar Biography : part-III

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I am very nostalgic about those early days and I am very sentimental about my possessions from those days. I have still kept my first house, my first car, even my first motorcycle.

My first car was a 1956 model Fiat which is colloquially called a ´dukkar Fiat´. I have preserved it in mint condition. I still use it sometimes. When I have to go to the beach for a jog at four thirty in the morning I even use the motorcycle.

Going to the beach early every morning is one habit that has remained with me all my life. Many times, on my way I pass teenagers going home from parties in their cars with loud music blaring.
Otherwise, the world is very silent at that time. I enjoy the silence.

Once a month I make a point to go trekking alone. It gives me time to talk to myself. It gives me a different perspective of life, because the trees and the mountains don´t care whether you are a star or not.

I go to a place which is a two-hour drive from Mumbai, where the sea and the mountains meet. There is a small cave in which I spend the afternoon relaxing. I take my tiffin along but I have to hang it from the ceiling because the water washes into the cave. Every time I go, I have to buy a new "chatai" (mat), because it gets completely wet by evening and I have to leave it behind.

My driver Anand sits in the car while I walk into the mountains.
I take two cell phones and give him one. So if in case I lose my way I call him on the phone and ask him to honk the horn so that I can follow the sound back to the car.
I discovered this place by accident, much before I joined the film industry. Since I was young, I have had this habit of taking long walks in the wilderness, and marking crosses on trees to find my way back. It´s very challenging to learn how to survive on your own in the wild, with only nature as your teacher.
I have learnt a lot from nature which has helped me in my personal life as well as in my career. To date, I have used only natural medicines like herbs or ayurvedic prescriptions. I have never used allopathic medicines. I think we can all learn a lot by watching the nature. When I am alone with the sea, or the mountains, I am most at ease with life.

I am an intensely private person. I have no friends in the film industry. One of my two close friends is Vicky Oberoi, a builder, and the other is Ajay Virmani, a businessman who lives in Canada.
I feel more comfortable with people who are not in the film industry. Every Sunday morning, I play volleyball with some Punjabi friends who are not from the film industry. We make bets and whoever loses has to pay for lunch.

I don´t believe in talking about my personal life for the simple reason that if I talk about it, it won´t be remain personal any more. People ask me why I never speak out about the woman in my life. But why should I talk about someone I have loved deeply? It´s personal.
So I have preferred to remain silent. But now I have decided to at least reply to the allegations made against me.
It hurts me that I am more in the news for my socalled affairs than for my films. My Casanova image is completely media-created. And I find it hard to understand why I am branded a Casanova. I don´t go out of my way to portray myself as one, neither do I enjoy it. I am not the incorrigible flirt I am made out to be. I am a normal human being who falls in love an has heartbreaks.
I have had affairs in my life but that does not mean I am a Casanova. I have fallen in love. And I have been honest about it and admitted to Pooja and Raveena, and now Shilpa. I love Shilpa. And when I am in love, I am loyal.
About marriage, I can´t say yet. I feel I am not ready for it yet. I want to concentrate on my career for now. Besides, there is a Chinese saying: If you want the Gods to laugh, you must talk to them of your plans for the future. So I prefer not to make any plans. I would like to have the last laugh.

Akshay I do know that I am going trough a low phase as far as my career is concerned. But then, this is not the first time that I am experiencing this.
So I am not unduly depressed about it.

My problem was that when I joined films there was no one to guide me. I was complete outsider and there was no one to tell me whom to meet and what kind of films to choose.

It was very difficult for me. I had to learn from my own mistakes. Now I am consciously making an effort to work with good directors, and choose good scripts and good roles. Money is not very important to me now.
I won´t be a hypocritic and say that money was never important to me. It was earlier, and there was a stage in my career when I signed on films just for money. But now I have earned enough money and I am looking for roles where I can get a chance to perform and prove my talent.

From success and failure I have learnt a lot. Today, the most important people in my life are my parents. Over the years I have learnt that friends come and go. Only your parents love you unconditionall.

November 1999

Now years have gone by since this lines have been written and time has changed many things, even in Akshay Kumar´s life.
Perhaps he will takes us along next time on a journey into the following part of his life:

His relationship with Shilpa Shetty broke up and in 2001 he married his love Tina (Twinkle Khanna).
In 2002 he finally became the father of a wonderful son named Araav.

Also in 2001 he received his first Filmfare Award as Best Actor in a Negative Role in "Ajnabee".

Since that time there is no braking in his career and the name "Akshay Kumar" has become a firm component of the Indian film industry.
With each film, he wins the hearts of the public more and more. Movies like "Dosti", "Waqt", "Humko Deewana Kar Gaye" and "Bhagam Bhag" are not to be excluded from the collection of a real Bollywood fan any longer.

Akshay´s star seems at present to shine more brightly than ever in the sky of Bollywood and we hope to see many more successful and lucky moments in his life.

We wish Mr. Bhatia and his family all the best for the future.

Akshayinternational.org

Akshay kumar Biography : part-II

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My teacher´s name was Kim Ling Chang. He used to take us for a film and ask to watch it carefully. Later he would ask questions like: "What was the color of the hero´s shoes?" or "In which hand did the villain pick up the glass of water?"

If we couldn´t answer, he would give us a hard knock on the head.
But this training in observation helps me today in acting as well as in life. I do not forget a person or his mannerisms once I met him.

When I returned from Bangkok, I first went to Calcutta, where I worked as a peon in a travel agency for a year and a half. Then for six month I worked in Dhaka. From there I went to Dehli, where I traded in´ "kundan" jewellery.

I used to buy the pieces in Dehli and sell them in Bombay. There was not much profit in it. I used to earn barely Rs. 3000 per trip. Finally, I came to Bombay where I started teaching martial arts to children at schools.

You won´t believe the kind of odd jobs I have done to survive.
I used to go door-to-door selling UNICEF cards, which my father used to get for me, and earn fifty paise per card At one point.
I was even a dancer for the Toko Fogo Nights which were held at Shanmukhananda Hall.
At that time, I didn´t have any clear picture of my future. I expected I would continue in the same way alltrough my life. I believed that some new oppotunitiy would keep comimg up. And I knew I was capable of doing any kind of work.

I followed a simple principle: whichever offer promised a little more money than my current job, I jumped at it. Then one day I was offered a modelling assignment.
I was made to in an airconditioned room and pose and make few faces. It was so easy! Within two hours I had earned Rs. 4000, which was earning for a whole month of hard work at that time.
I realized that the world of glamour was amazing!

When I got into modeling, I changed my name from Rajiv Bhatia to Akshay Kumar.
It was my own decision. No pundit or astrologer or godfather was involved in it. I had seen an old film, I don´t remember the name now, but I liked the hero´s character in it. Since the character´s name was Akshay I chose the name.

I used to have a full grown moustache at that time, just a little les bushy than the one I have in my upcoming film "Janwaar". Then one day I went to Vaishnodevi and surrendered my moustache there. And from beneath the moustache someone else emerged! When I came back home, everyone was shocked.
Suddenly I looked very young. Because I am very hairy, even at 16 I used to look 25 years old.
I remember I used to be allowed into adult films even in my early teens. I used to love Ramsay´s horro films. But I never dreamed even then that I would join films someday.

Akshay After modeling, a friend suggested I should join films.
Since my family was not connected with films and I did not know anyone from the industry, I became an assistant to Jayesh Sheth in order to meet people from the profession.
After working with him for eight months, instead of remuneration I ask him to shoot my portfolio.

I began dropping my photos in producer´s offices. At first I could not really afford it so I used to ask for my photos to be returned.
But whenever I went back, I would be told that the photos had been misplaced.So I made giant sized prints. At least no one could say they had been displaced!

The large prints worked in my favour and I immediately got my first film. Although I had to struggle for survival before I entered films, I fortunately didn´t have to struggle much for film role. I landed my first film after I had struggled for barely one month.

I was the original choice for "Phool Aur Kaante", but I couldn´t do the film because the dates they asked for belonged to Pramod Chakravorty´s film "Deedar". But I don´t regret it. Ajay got "Phool Aur Kaante", I got "Khiladi".

I remember, Ajay and I used to both learn film stunts together under his father. We used to practice every morning at Juhu beach. And Ajay used to tellme: "kya re tu subeh jaldi-jaldi aa jaa hai" (comment of the writer: what is this, why you´re coming so early). Because of you my father tells me "Look at him! Why can´t you wake up on time like him."

I will never forget "Khiladi" because it was my first hit. Like everything else in my life, "Khiladi" own his own. I remember one incident that took place after the film was released.
A beggar came up to my car at the traffic signal, tapped on the window and ask for ten rupees. "Why ten rupees?" I ask him. He said: Sir, aapki picture dekhni hai" (comment of the writer: Sir, I want to watch your movie). I liked his style of begging! So I gave him fifteen rupees and told him to eat "samosas" in the interval too.

Akshay kumar Biography : part-I

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Hi, I´m Akhay Kumar. I´m six foot one and weigh 80 kilos, though at times I wish I were two inches taller.

I was born in old Dehli. When I was a child we used to stay in Chandni Chowk, on a street called Parothewali Galli, explains why I can´t resist parothas (comment of the writer: parothas is a sort of Indian bread) even today!

My father worked for UNICEF. Having been a sportsman himself – he was a wrestler in his younger days – he always encouraged me to participate in sports.He used to tell me that if I wasn´t brilliant in studies it was okay, as long as I was selected vice-captain of my school volleyball team.

He used to accompany me to every match. None of the other student´s parents came but Dad used to take half day off from work and come for every match. In between sets, he would give the players water to drink and even wipe the perspiration from my forchead with a towel!

Now that I´m an actor, he is my biggest fan. He has watched every film of mine, even the flop ones, many times over. He saw "Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi" 13 times! B ut more than that, I am a big fan of his. I admire him and would like to be just like him. He is patience personified, cool even in the worst of situations. Altough we were not financially well-off earlier, he made us feel very secure. He never allowed us to feel as if we were lacking in anything.

Saturday was his day off, so every Saturday he took us all to watch a film at rupam cinema.It was our regular cinema and the management always kept tickets for the Saturday evening show for us.

I have always been very attached to my mother. Even today, whenever she is out of town, I fall ill. When I go for outdoor schedules, I fall ill.
My sister is closest to me. She is the one who knows all my secrets. I have never cried as much as I did the day she got married. Today although she stays in Mumbai, I still miss her a lot and makes sure she lives with us atleast for a few days every month.
She has been my worst critic. And I make it a point to show her all my films because, she would pointblank tell me if the film is good or bad. She can smell a bad film from a mile. If she listen to just one song of a film, she can tell how good the film will be.
Sometimes I narrate a script to her before signing a film. There were times hen she and my family did not like a script I had narrated but when I went ahead and did the film, thinking I knew it all. But in the end, they were right.
Since childhood, my sister has been a very talented painter. In fact, for my bedroom in the new house she has painted ten-foot long oil painting.

My strong point, on the other hand, has always been sports. I have been connected with the word "khiladi" ever since my schooldays. I used to play volleyball and cricket. There was also a game called sqareball which was played only in our school, Don Bosco´s. No other school knew it. It´s a very rough game in which you hit the opponent with a football and try to knock him down. Sometimes I remember, boys used to fall flat on their faces and injure themselves.

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In the school, we had a small gang called the "bloody 10". There was Thomas, Ramson, Charles, Amit, Jignesh, Rohit Shetty, Monty and me. They have all gone their separate ways. Amit is a homeopath somewhere outside Mumbai. Ramson, I have heard, has become a lawyer. Charles is into politics. Jignesh is into rice business so we tease him "baniya".

When I meet them today, they say, "Kamaal kiya yaar (comment of the writer: well done, friend) we never thought you would become a film star!" I tell them even I never imagined it! It´s just a coincidence.
In my childhood my parents had got my `kundali´ made many times, but no astrologer had ever predicted that I would become a star.

Another friend of mine from school, I remember, was Ashok Shandilya, who is now one of India´s best snooker players.
He used to sit with me in class. I still remember once our whole group was angry with him so we put a laxative in his "paan". He had a very "loose" day after that!
Unfortunatley, I haven´t been able to get in touch with him after school. I hope he reads this and calls me up.

Through a friend in school that I first came to know about martial arts.
I was very thin at the time, weighing barely 60 kilos. Watching my friend become tougher day by day, thanks karate, I began to feel insecure and so I asked him to take me along.
Later I got so involved in it that I continued to go, long after he lost interest.

My father had promised me, that if I going to get a first clas in my board exams he would send me to Bangkok to study martial arts. I scored 63 percent so he paid for me flight ticket, which, at that time, cost hardly Rs. 1500.
In Bangkok, I was received at the airport by my uncle and he got me a job at the Metro Guest House. My first salary was 1000 baht (around Rs. 1500). It was more than enough to survive.

Food was no problem, because we worked in a restaurant. In fact, we used to get fed up of seeing food all around us. Even while we were cooking we always grabbed a few bites. I was not exactly a chef but I knew enough cooking to survive. And fortunately even the customers who ate my food survived! At night, I slept in the kitchen. In the plush "bedroom" there was a video and TVon which I watched Hindi films. I remember "Himmatwala", "Tohfaa"... We used to love Sridevi´s films.
During the day, we used to dance to the songs of the films while cooking. Inspite of the hard life, we really enjoyed ourselves..........

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