Teachers are, indeed, the most extraordinary people out there. They educate us, they convey the concept of value and trust and they also reprimand us when we are wrong. Teachers always have a special place in your heart, even years after you leave school / college. This also applies to the talented actor Kubbra Sait. She took a trip back in time, thanking every single guru who was a part of her journey, whether in education or even in the professional field, where she learned valuable life lessons from them.
The actress wrote: “Time flies, but special moments in life with special people leave such deep marks that it is impossible to erase them.
#Saif Alikhan- The first time an A-Lister applauded my art and graciously recommended me for Jawaani Jaaneman. An incredible actor who does his job with passion and professionalism made him leave me better than I was when I got this job!
@anuragkashyap 10 – My FIRST teacher / mentor in drama school and always will be. I remember he texted me: “Hi, this is Anurag.” I didn’t know it was THE KASHYAP. My answer – “Oh ok … then go on …”; it was too late to return to sir.
#AjitUncle – My mentor, godfather who taught me to speak on stage and speak from my heart. He even recommended me to clients who called him to host a show. It turned out to be my very first show on stage, I was 15! I still thank him for making me who I am today, and he still graciously replies, “I did nothing, you did everything.” with a smile.
@ _savasyucedag_- My first boss. His greatest lesson was: “You can’t do two things at the same time. Quit the job if you want to do something else. ”I give up. I’m an actor today, he’s my friend now.
@ briantellis1 – I remember going to the President of EEMA and saying, “Hello, I think you need to consider hosting events. You speak so well. ”Little did I know I was talking to the familiar name of the radio and that one day we would become friends.
@fayedsouza – For always showing me that you can be super cool and stand up for what you think is right.
@ankurtewari – My godfather in Mumbai (he’s shy when I say it). He suggested me to Anurag. When no one knew what I was capable of, he did.
@ tessjoseph19 – To fill me in Foundation and teach me how to act, tell stories.
@ roshan1970 – Rosh Ba At the beginning of 2009 I met him in Dubai and during the conversation I expressed my wish to move to Mumbai. He asked me: “Don’t you have that already?” He’s Abbas, but in my life he’s nothing less than Abba.
@ coach.urmi – For the challenge of keeping my mind and body healthy. Thanks for straightening my back and being my trainer.
I am where I am because all of you together believed in me, believed in my dreams and pushed me to work towards them. #Happy Teachers Day ”