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7 Lessons that Fukrey Taught me!!

When I saw the Poster of Movie Fukrey Some 6 months back…. I got some Very good Vibes.

Seemed to be Story of 4 Friends….. Who simply love doing Fukra Pandi and then would be shown as UnderDogs and the movie would end with all of them fulfilling their dreams and respective Missions.

Some how the Movie was delayed …. And when it did get released…… I too got busy and was only able to watch it yesterday.

In One Word,the Movie is awesome. It is  50% of what I expected & 50% was unexpected 🙂

Ok… I am not here write a Movie Review …. But to write on “7 Lessons that Fukrey Taught me”

A friend of mine Pritam Roy has written a few Blogs on similar theme based on various movies… and my inspiration comes from there.

Disclaimer: This Blog is written in Fun and I have accepted all the Dramatic and Unusual situations as if it really happened. This is for easy Understanding and Learning.


Here are my Seven lessons About Life that one can learn after seeing Fukrey.

1)    Past Performance does not Guarantee Future Results :-While going through Mutual Funds Advertisements or Forms , You would see a Disclaimer proclaiming “Past Performance does not Guarantee Future Results”

Somewhat same is the case with the Director of this Movie, “Mrighdeep Singh Lamba”.  His Directorial Debut “Teen They Bhai” was a wash out. And somehow the same director has belted out one of the best movies of 2013 like Fukrey.
Don’t Worry if you have failed once, twice, thrice etc etc…….. Keep your Focus and you will Surprise everyone. Vice Versa is also true.

Director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba

Poster of the Floe Movie “Teen they Bhai” by same Director.

2)    Never Underestimate Anybody: In the Movie, the Smackiya, The One who Steals the LPG Cylinder in first Scene, then the Bullet Tyre and eventually the Fuel tank of Lalli’s Bullet is shown to be a poor unkempt man in tattered clothes who does small robberies to pacify his Yearning for Smack.  But eventually he turns out to be a Landlord of 12 Shops in Gandhi Nagar from where he earns monthly rental in lakhs.  Any one who thinks ki aise log nahi hote….. Should visit the Old bazaars of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata. Will find aplenty.

3)    However Rich you may be, but never stop doing your Work:-  The “Smackiya” had so many shops and had enough money to fulfill his lifestyle for a lifetime…… but he kept doing the work that made so much money for him. Stealing, Pilferage, Robbery.  Though this may sound Sarcastic… But there is a lesson here.

4)   Great Results are Embedded in Simple Situations:-  Simple Situations, if Pondered over, do give Great results. It’s quite often that one experiences Satori moments when he gets into details. In this Case….. Honey devoted time on analyzing unusual dreams of Choocha and Voila… They were able to get the results of Lotteries in advance.

5)   Team Work works the Best:-  Choocha’s God Gifted art of seeing a Dream which connects to the Lottery number the other day would have been useless had he not been friend with Honey who could decipher the Dream. So the lesson here is Together Everyone Achieves More, so work as a TEAM.

6)   Bottom to top is the Better Approach: Some work Happens Top Down, But almost all work happens with Bottom Up approach. There are many important functions  that the Peons, Receptionists, Repair man, Watchman can do. The same result may not be achieved if we approach the CMD or principal directly.  In Fukrey the College Watchman Panditjee was that Man Friday. Capable to do everything and maintained good relations with everyone.  So we should always look out for these people in our lives to get our work done while taking the first step.  Even a Small piece of Information from them, has the potential to change the tide of your Business.

7)   There are good people around, Who guide us in their own discreet way. Don’t ignore them:- In Fukrey the Accounts Teacher Neetu Singh was witness to Lalli’s affair with his School Mate. She gauged the gap and told Lalli that times have changed, and Lalli should come out of this notion that his schoolmate still loves him as much. Often we see that some elder or our office junior says something unusual and Advises/Alerts us against some Action or Politics in office. Most of the times this advice comes from unexpected sources and are most easy to ignore. But it should not. You never know who is wishing good for you… So keep an eye and listen when somebody advises you.

Bonus Lesson: This is most important lesson which my Accounts teacher drilled in my head multiple Times but I never remembered.

Once Lalli was asked by Police Inspector “Kya Parrati hain?” referring to his Teacher Neetu. Instead of “Accounts” He said “Debit what goes in and Credit that goes out!!!”

So Now I will remember it for Life “Debit what goes in and Credit that goes out!!!”

I am Specially Thankful to those who have not watched Fukrey and have read this blog. Believe me… do go and watch it and when you notice these instances with the Movie, you will enjoy it even more.

*Names of All the Characters of the Movie are in italics for easy understanding

“Zindagi ek Bazaar hai Jahaa hota, Karmo ka Vyapaar hai…….”

A few days back……..While trying to find the meaning of Life…..I did some meditation

After some meditation…I realised that the Life is just a Big Bazaar… where Trade of Karmas happen.
This thought made me write this poem…..
Sharing the poem with you………

Baitha Soche Tikku….Yeh Jeewan kaisa Sansaar hai…..

Jahaan koi Vyast hai, to koi Bekaar hai……

Fir kiya addhyann gehra…….

Aur aya yeh khyaal sunhera…..

Mann kehta hai ki yeh  “Zindagi ek Bazaar hai Jahaa hota hai Karmo ka Vyapaar hai…….”


Yahaan har jan ek dukaandaar bhi hai aur Kharidaar bhi…..

Yaha vyaapaar hota hai Nakad bhi aur Udhaar bhi…….


Kehta hai Tikku…. Raho tum apne dil ke sacche,

Tabhi honge Karam acche……….


Yahaan hota hai Sauda Khara……

Par Yeh zindagi leti hai Intehaan Karr….


Jo Larr Parra…. Woh upar charra…. Jo nahi Larra… Woh reh gaya wahi Kharra. 

Lo chalo… Ab karo apne se vaada…….ki nek rakhe apna Iraada……

Karenege ab acche Karam…… Yehi rahega apna Uddheshya Pratham.


It’s All about Give and Take

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The Gift of Insult.

This is one mail that I recieved in 2004 from a person whom I respect a lot.
Arun Arora. The lesson in the mail has helped me to always ignore the Bad and hug the Good. Stumbled on this while going through my archives. I think, You will like it.

The Gift of Insults

There once lived a great warrior. Though quite old, he still was able to
defeat any challenger. His reputation extended far and wide throughout the
land and many students gathered to study under him.

One day an infamous young warrior arrived at the village. He was determined
to be the first man to defeat the great master. Along with his strength, he
had an uncanny ability to spot and exploit any weakness in an opponent. He
would wait for his opponent to make the first move, thus revealing a
weakness, and then would strike with merciless force and lightning speed. No
one had ever lasted with him in a match beyond the first move.

Much against the advice of his concerned students, the old master gladly
accepted the young warrior’s challenge. As the two squared off for battle,
the young warrior began to hurl insults at the old master. He threw dirt and
spit in his face. For hours he verbally assaulted him with every curse and
insult known to mankind. But the old warrior merely stood there motionless
and calm. Finally, the young warrior exhausted himself. Knowing he was
defeated, he left feeling shamed.

Somewhat disappointed that he did not fight the insolent youth, the students
gathered around the old master and questioned him. “How could you endure
such an indignity? How did you drive him away?”

“If someone comes to give you a gift and you do not receive it,” the master
replied, “to whom does the gift belong?”

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