Let me tell you, “Aal izz well!”

“Follow excellence and success will chase you.”- “3 Idiots,” (2009)

I have probably watched the Bollywood film “3 Idiots” for a number of times already, and yet, I never grow tired of it. It’s such an amazing film, ofcourse it wouldn’t be the highest grossing Bollywood film of all time if it wasn’t any good. It was, by far, the best movie I have ever watched. It’s so inspiring and fun to watch. It’s a story about three college students who have their own different stories. Rancho, the main “Idiot” was basically the man who had made it all possible. He taught his friends, Farhan and Raju to face their fears and tell their fearful hearts that “Aal izz well.” I don’t want to tell the whole story, because you guys should watch it. Your 2 and a half hours would not be wasted! I love how Aamir Khan had portrayed Ranho, the clever and extravagant college student who loves to learn and re-learn. Gush, I just love Aamir Khan, he is already over 40 years old and yet he had portrayed  a 20-year old role convincingly. I really think that every person should watch this, especially students who are lost and who are so scared and are close to losing hope. This is really a good watch and an excellent movie to reflect on.

Here are some more pictures:

Plus, I’ve read in Yahoo! that they will have a remake of this in China and Hollywood, too. Well, to tell you the truth, I don’t think that they would be able to copy this wonderful movie as it is! You can check out the movie’s website here. Enjoy!

So, when something bad happens and you feel like giving up, just put your palm on your chest and tell your frightful heart, “Aal izz well.”


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