Bollywood characters who taught us how to live

The Indian film industry is heavily influential both with it's storyline and portrayal of characters. There are numerous such characters from Hindi movies that impacted our lives with a valuable lesson on the way of living a life. So, let's list out 10 such Bollywood characters who taught us to live.

'Dear Zindagi' normalised therapy among the Indians. The character played by Shah Rukh Khan as Dr. Jehangir Khan is a moving person who pulls of a girl from hardship.

'Chappaak' revolves around an acid-attack survivor played by Deepika Padukone. The character of Laxmi Aggarwal is moving, inspiring and full of life even beyond hurdles.

We all talk about the male lead characters from 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara' but we rarely see the show stopper character of 'Laila' played by Katrina Kaif. Her role taught us living life at the moment.

Bunny from 'Yeh Jaawani Hain Deewani' is a true dreamer. According to him, what means from you, will come to you, but never give up on your dreams.

Manny in Dil Bechara once said, "Jeena kab hain marna kab hain, yeh hum decide mahi karenge. Par jeena kaise hain yeh decide karte hai."

Aamir Khan played the iconic 'rancho' in 3 idiots. He was a silent achiever. His theory was hustle that must be silent! Aamir khan in the movie was a lover, friend and an achiever.

Geet in 'Jab We Met' quoted one iconic line, "jab koi pyaar mei hota hain toh sahi galat nahi hota." True lovers Can't deny this atleast!

If there is one dialogue that is still fresh in Indian's heart has to be "Zindagi badi honi chahiye, lambi nahi". One true iconic dialogue from the movie 'Anand' by Rajesh Khanna.

Aisha from 'El Villain' reminded us "Andhere ko andhera nahi sirf roshni mita sakti."

Aman Mathur from 'Kal Ho Na Ho' surely gave everyone a hope for life. He proved angels do exists in everyone's life. The savior will come to rescue from you hardship.