He listens his father sharing with Rahim Khan that he sees it hard to accept that Amir is his child and that he worries that Amir is lacking an essential personality trait. Rahim Khan is in favor of Amir. Rahim Khan said that Amir only lacked a mean streak, but later, Amir, who took baba’s conception of his shortcomings to heart, took his hurt feelings out on Hassan and noted to himself that Rahim Khan was incorrect about ‘‘the mean streak thing’’ (23). Amir, not being the physical specimen his father was when he was younger, cannot live up to his father’s expectations. He fears that his love of reading and writing
In William Kingdon Clifford’s argument I do agree with him when he says that if you are going to totally believe something that you should have good proof. I agree with this statement because you should not just fully dive in to believing something unless you have good evidence for it. I have confidence in this because if you don’t have good evidence for something it could have a bad effect on you. Following a belief blindly because you think it is true, could cause dire consequences. I think of the cult and sects in the past, such as Waco, where a charismatic leader brings his followers to their deaths.
Another factor that make who Amir he is are the guilts from himself and his dad. Base on the Afghani culture, an ideal man is one that is strong and powerful. Amir’s father values this culture and sets this expectation on Amir. At the end of chapter three, Baba says, “I am telling you, Rahim, there is something missing in that boy. … A boy who won’t stand up for himself becomes a man who can’t stand up to anything.”(P.22) Amir spends a lot of time trying to live up to his father’s expectations.
15) 1) He is popularly known as “Badshaah” and “King Khan”. 2) His mother used to say that he looks like actor Dilip Kumar. 3) He is afraid of riding horses. 4) He smokes and drinks 5) He sleeps only five hours a day 6) His first salary of Rs. 50 was earned when he worked as a tour guide in a Pankaj Udas concert.
Lastly, in Rahim Khan’s final note, he states that Baba was a tortured soul, just like Amir himself (put quote here). Amir always idolized his father, doing almost anything for his father’s love and affection. However, in the end, they were always more similar than he ever thought. Amir’s dream of fighting the same bear as his father demonstrates that he has become like his father, who he previously thought that he was nothing like. When he has the dream, it shows that he is strong enough to seek redemption.
Celebrity culture is not beneficial to either the public or the celebrity in any way. Rather, it damages both parties by giving those who are deemed to be “celebrities” an untrue sense of entitlement and superiority, as well as giving the “common folk” a certain mindset that to be important, they only need act as outrageously as possible, and not worry about morality or possessing actual skill at what they
How do you view today's celebrity culture? Celebrity culture today is seen in many ways. Many celebrities try to good for others and try to influence those who look up to them. Celebrities will use their platform to influence and help others who may need it. “Celebrity Culture” is beneficial to society because it often addresses real and fake information and many celebrities contribute to philanthropy.
But just as the movie became a blockbuster there were also some essential life lessons that were on the take for everyone. since the lead characters were full of life on screen here are what the lessons were for all of us 1. Ranchhoddas Shamaldas Chanchad – Aamir Khan Question Everything, Study For A Better Tomorrow, Inspire others:-
During the 1980s, there was the beginning of the action era; this is an era that brought a lot of changes. The Bollywood Hindi films heroines have lost their strength and space to the hero. According to R. Agarwal (2014), she stated that, “She was reduced to being a glamorous component of the films, dancing around trees, being kidnapped, raped or killed.” In the recent history of Bollywood Hindi films, the body became an essential part of a success of an actress. To make their bodies fit, and be attractive they are spending lots of time in gyms and in beauty parlor. Actresses deal with the villains by herself, defeating them for example- in film Baaghi (2016) where Shraddha Kapoor is performing martial arts and is fighting for her freedom.
Matigari shares his food with them, which reminds an inmate of the last supper. He explains the circumstances of his arrest, which impresses the other inmates. They want to support this mysterious freedom fighter. They’re released under mysterious circumstances, and this leads to Matagari’s legend growing stronger as he leaves