“Never under-estimate the power of a common man”!
“Meri Dictionary mein, impossible ka shabd hi nahi hai!” (There is no word ‘impossible’ in my Dictionary!) Even the common man must not feel he is any less powerful! Every person has the energy and potential to achieve anything. It helps to adopt the right values like SatyamevaJayate (Truth always Wins). In the end, the common man, Rahul, triumphs against all odds!
One can reach the right destination even after boarding a wrong train!
Our Journey is more important – the people we meet and greet and what we learn on the way… Life is a great teacher and adopts different means to teach us lessons. Rahul had boarded the train- Chennai Express, just to befool his grandma. He was supposed to be travelling to Goa with his friends. However, the same train proved to be a learning experience and put his life on the right track!
Sincerely adhere to traditional customs & fulfill wish honestly without cheating.
There is a right way of performing duties – religious or personal or related to any sphere. It’s best that we give it our best rather than neglecting or falsifying expectations. Doing the wrong things or things in the wrong way can only prick our conscience and make us feel guilty.
“The best way to escape your problems is to face them”.
We cannot run away from problems; we must have the guts to face issues and seek solutions. “Bhaag ke nahin jayenge; Kab tak bhaagenge?” ( We won’t run and go; Till when will we run?) “Bhaagte rehte hain Marathon; Phir ek din sabko chhod ke chale jaate hain.” (We keep running Marathons; But, one day we leave everyone behind and go.) That is why Rahul takes Meena back to Kumban Village.
“It is good to be important, but more important to be good”.
Goodness of mind, heart and actions has more value than the importance in the Society.
“Power is Bullshit” if we can’t win the respect of our own family.
Social power and prestige and hierarchy means nothing if we are unable to command the trust, support and respect from our own family and near and dear. Meena’s father has great power, but scores zero when it came to his own daughter’s respect towards him.
To stop the Train, pulling Chain is ‘common’.
“Hum log jahan pe khadi hoti; Station wahi se shuru hoti!” (Where we stand, the Station starts from there!) It is illegal to pull chain in the Indian Railways and the people who indulge in the same can attract heavy fines/penalty. However, taking this in the context of life, sometimes we need to decide where to stop our vehicle in the journey of life.
Body doesn’t have to be big (like Thangabali); one needs a big heart (like Rahul)!
External Body-proportions look small in front of inner beauty and a large, benevolent and gracious heart. It’s better to cultivate and possess a kind and generous heart as in the end the ‘Dil-wala’ (one with the heart) wins! After all, Dilwaale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge! (Those with hearts will win the brides.) Ultimately, Rahul wins over his ladylove, Meena.
No subtitles are needed when the conversation is direct Dil-Se! (from the heart!)
No matter which part of India or the World we belong, we can communicate with anyone direct from our heart. No sub-titles are needed for that…
“There are 1635 languages spoken all over India. But, love has no language”!
The Universal language of Love conquers all hearts- irrespective of age, gender, region, religion, caste, creed… Let’s spread the language and message of love!