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The most important thing is take care of your family, take care of your parents. The
strength lies in your family. Your family is your first priority. This is what I believe
and I have.
Host: I write about start-ups and I write about entrepreneurs and they have perhaps
some of the toughest times when they build their businesses. You've done the same
grind, too, as an actor. So you know, you started your life from ground zero. And
today, I mean, I was reading Architectural Digest and they said you've got the most
beautiful home in Mumbai today. So, what's it been like to go from ground zero to
right up there where it matters?
Akshay Kumar: Yes, it's been a hard journey and it's been a different kind of
experience. I don't know from where to start from to answer your questions, it’s
going to take a lot of time to talk about it. My formula has been a very different
kind of formula. I'll tell you something. Yes, my hard work is a lot. In my film
industry, I've been working hard since last 28 years now. I’ve finished about 130
films. And now, I’ve now become a producer. Since last 10 years, I've been
producing films like Waqt, Namaste London, Singh is King, Airlift, Baby, Special
26, and Stone and even Padman also.
I always wanted to bring… You know, the most important thing of my life has
been that I wanted a change. Every time, anybody tries to put an image on me, I
have always jumped to some other image. I never wanted to be in one track
because I always think a change is the most important thing in anybody's life.
Because if the person can change himself, he can do many different things. Like I
started doing romantic films, I started doing… I have done a villain’s role. I've

done so many kind of different kind of roles. I didn't care about it. I just went and
did changes. So, I just would like to say that change is the most important thing.
But on top of that, I would bring one thing, whether you believe it or not, but this I
will share it with you guys that my success lies a lot in my parents’ feet. I'll tell you
why. My… whenever in the morning, whenever I go to work, I always touch my
mother's feet and go ahead. Trust me, it has made so much difference in my career,
in my life. I have been saved by so many people who… like, a lot of negative
energies I have been saved from. But that is the fact. Yes, obviously, the hard work
is the most important thing change is another thing, but to have a positive aura
around you, and that only your parents can bring you. Not even God, it's only your
parents who will bring your positive aura around you and care for you.
I like to deconstruct; when I construct myself completely, then I look at myself. I
want to break it. I want to break this whole image. I want to start another
construction and build another one. This is, I would say it is in my mindset, this is
what I have followed. I never stick to one particular image. I just want to just keep
on innovating myself, undergoing… I know I can be comfortable by just doing
commercial cinemas like Rowdy Rathore or Housefull or this kind of films, but I
just want to deconstruct myself. Even when I did 2.0 with Rajnikanth sir, I'm
playing a villain’s role. Lot of people ask me, “Why do you need to play villain’s
role?” Why not? What is wrong? So, I just need to… I love to deconstruct myself,
that is it, ma’am.
Host: Sure. So, you know, I also see that you’re probably the complete man of the
industry. You know, you're so busy, you do four movies as you said. And yet, you
make sure that you always spend time with your family and you always have time
for holidays. And I see start-ups who just get so engrossed with their work that
they completely forget that they have families back, they have parents, they have
children, they have wife, sister, you know. So, how do you make sure that you
balance it out?
Akshay Kumar: See, I'll tell you, that is why the first thing when I started talking
about it, I said the most important thing is take care of your family, take care of
your parents. That is the most important thing. The strength lies in your family.
The positiveness lies in your family. I work a lot. I work hell of a lot. But it is
nothing. I divide my work. I always take… Whatever in my life I want to do, I do
it with maths. I calculate it. I'm doing four films a year. I'm doing about four
movies a year. One movie takes about 35 to 40 days. I don't work… Saturday, I

work only 7:00 to 2:00. Two o’clock in the afternoon, I’m off. Saturday, two
o'clock onwards, I don't work. Sunday, I don't work. Monday, I start working. I
work eight hours a day. But in that eight hours, I am on the set. I don't move away
from the set. I don't go sit in my vanity van. I tell my producer, my director, that I
am here. You make me work. Eight hours is good enough. Because after eight
hours, you know, because I have to be in front of the camera. I have to look good. I
did one and a half month of holiday with my family every year. Continuous. I just
put the globe in front of my wife and ask her, “I’ve worked a lot. You tell me
where you want to go.” I do that.
So basically, what I'm trying to say is, all you have to do, you have to look at your
family, you have to look at your priority. Your family is your first priority. This is
what I believe and I have always done it and I would suggest you, your family is
your first priority. Once the priority is set properly, once they also know, okay, my
husband or my father, or my brother will after working, he will come and he’ll
spend all his time here. Perfectly fine. Nothing can go wrong with you guys.
Nothing can go. It's a tried and tested thing, which I have done it. I have even told
a lot of people and my colleagues, I have told them. And I have seen changes
coming to them.
Host: I love the fact that you say that you have some extreme discipline and that
you follow it and it’s worked for you. Bollywood is known to party. It's about fun.
It's about excitement. So, how do you make sure that your entire teams, your
producers, your directors, co-actors, everybody's in tune with you, they’re in
sync…
Akshay Kumar: Because when they are working with me, the agreement is so
strong that they have to come early morning properly timed. Otherwise, the
agreement will get, you know…
Host: It's a good thing to be in a position where everybody sort of…
Akshay Kumar: No, it is not… Even a small producer can do it. It is not that
impressive because if you are taking a chance and if you’re… I always believe, I
always tell everybody, I am an actor who’s a producer’s actor. I believe, what the
producer says I have to do it. And it is important, he is my boss. But yeah, some of
the cases, I myself am the boss of myself.

Host: You know, one thing I like about the Bollywood industry and I think which
all industries need to learn, is that money cannot be taboo.
Akshay Kumar: Money?
Host: You know, money cannot be taboo. You cannot grow your business or
yourself without money, having your businesses, your products making money. So,
you know, what I would want you to message out to start-ups here today, is that
making money is really important. I see money has become somehow a third or a
four-year plan after the start of business. You know, making money is important.
Akshay Kumar: I was working, I did films for 50,000 rupees. But for… I think, a
long time, say for 10 years, I worked not more than about 10-12 lakh rupees a
movie.
Host: Now you’re the 10th highest paid star in the world.
Akshay Kumar: So now, but then, I have worked hard for it and it is not
necessary, let me say, you don't have to run behind money first. You have to run
behind your product first, you have to run behind the quality first. And after that
things will change, you will realize it. And I think that I have done like that. So, I
cannot tell them any other way.

Learn English with Akshay Kumar’s speech. At Startup2018, Ms. Ritu Marya spoke with Mr. Perfect Akshay Kumar about what startups can learn from his journey from ground zero to being a superstar. A professional actor and film producer who works in Hindi cinema, Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia is an Indian-born naturalized Canadian. Over the course of his acting career, Kumar has appeared in more than 100 films and won several awards, including a National Film Award and two Filmfare Awards.

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Spoken English
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Spoken English
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Spoken English
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In this video the structure - feel like has been introduced in its present and past forms not only that apart from affirmative sentences negative, interrogative and interrogative & negative sentences have also been explained thoroughly.

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नीचे दिए ये सभी लिंक्स रोज़ बोले जाने वाले वाक्यों के लिंक्स हैं। इन्हें देखकर आपकी इंग्लिश डेफिनिटेली बहुत अच्छी हो जाएगी।

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Spoken English
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ABOUT THE VIDEO:

This video will teach you how to speak most useful English expression "FEEL LIKE".

In Hindi, we often use an expression "MAN KAR RAHA HAI". But people don't know how to speak this expression in English.

LET'S SEE THE FOLLOWING STRUCTRE:

PRESENT INDEFINITE:

SUBJECTS: I, WE, YOU, THEY, PLURAL

RULE[Sub + feel like + verb+ing + Object]

Examples:

HINDI: Mera sone ka man kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: I feel like sleeping,

HINDI: Hamara khane ka man kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: We feel like eating.


NEGATIVE SENTENCE:

SUBJECTS: I, WE, YOU, THEY, PLURAL

RULE[Sub + don't feel like + verb+ing + Object]

Examples:

HINDI: Mera sone ka man nahi kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: I don't feel like sleeping,

HINDI: Hamara khane ka man nahi kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: We don't feel like eating.


INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE:

SUBJECTS: I, WE, YOU, THEY, PLURAL

RULE[ Do + Sub + feel like + verb+ing + Object]

Examples:

HINDI: Kya apka sone ka man kar raha hai?
TRANSLATION: Do you feel like sleeping?

HINDI: Kya apka khane ka man kar raha hai?
TRANSLATION: Do you feel like eating?
.....................................................................................................................


THIRD PERSON SINGULAR
POSITIVE SENTENCE:

SUBJECTS: HE, SHE, IT, NAME, MY........, YOUR.........,HIS........., HER.......

RULE[Sub + feels like + verb+ing + Ob]

Examples:

HINDI: Uska nachne ka man kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: He feels like sleeping.

HINDI: Mere dost ka sone ka man kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: My friend feels like sleeping.


NEGATIVE SENTENCE:

SUBJECTS: HE, SHE, IT, SINGULAR

RULE[Sub + doesn't feel like + verb+ing + Object]

Examples:

HINDI: Uska sone ka man nahi kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: He doesn't feel like sleeping.

HINDI: Mere dost ka khane ka man nahi kar raha hai.
TRANSLATION: My friend doesn't feel like eating.




INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE:

SUBJECTS: HE, SHE, IT, SINGULAR

RULE[ Does + Sub + feel like + verb+ing + Object]

Examples:

HINDI: Kya Uska sone ka man kar raha hai?
TRANSLATION: Does he feel like sleeping?

HINDI: Kya apke dost ka khane ka man kar raha hai?
TRANSLATION: Does your friend feel like eating?

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PAST INDEFINITE:

POSITIVE SENTENCE:

RULE[Sub + felt + verb+ing + Ob]

Examples:

HINDI: Mera sone ka man kar raha tha.
TRANSLATION: I felt like sleeping.

HINDI: Uska khane ka man kar raha tha.
TRANSLATION: He felt like eating.


NEGATIVE SENTENCE:

RULE[Sub + didn't feel like + verb +ing + Ob]

Examples:

HINDI: Mera sone ka man nahi kar raha tha.
TRANSLATION: I didn't feel like sleeping.

HINDI: Uska khane ka man nahi kar raha tha.
TRANSLATION: He didn't feel like eating.



INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE:

RULE[Did + Sub + feel like + verb + ing + Ob]

Examples:

HINDI: Kya apka sone ka man kar raha tha?
TRANSLATION: Did you feel like sleeping?

HINDI: Kya uska khane ka man kar raha tha?
TRANSLATION: Did he feel like eating?
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In this video, you're going to learn a common expression: to feel like (doing) something. Do you know what to say when you are in the mood to do something? Use this expression! It will make you sound more like a native English speaker!
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इस वीडियो मे आप जानेगे FEEL LIKE से जुड़े Daily Use English Sentences ताकि आप आपनी English improve कर सके और fluent English बोल सके .

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