Bollywood Characters That Taught Us Self-Love

This Valentine’s Day we look back at some iconic Bollywood characters that taught us that self-love is the most important!

Geet from Jab We Met

Mujhe toh lagta hai, jo bhi insaan real mein chahta hai, actual mein, usko life mein wohi milta hai.

Milli from Khoobsurat

Aadmi dimaag se budha hota hai … shareer se nahi

Rani from Queen

 Mera sense of humour bohot achcha hai. Aapko dheere dheere pata chal jayega!

Piku From Piku

Piku: Agar kisi ko mere sath shaadi karni hai toh…

Rana: … tumhare nabbe saal ke bacche ko saath mein adopt karna padega.

Piku (giggles) : Bilkul. Karoge?

Laila from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

Just imagine agar hum apni saari zindagi aise hi jee sakte. Be fully alive to each and every moment

Shashi from English Vinglish

When you don’t like yourself… you tend to dislike everything connected to you. New things seem to be more attractive. When you learn to love yourself… then the same old life… starts looking new… starts looking nice.

Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

“Tumhara koi haq nahi banta ki tum itni sundar lago. Not fair.”

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