7 Acceptance Speeches By Indians That Will Tug At Your Heartstrings And Make You Smile

You cannot deny that we look up to our favorite celebrities at all times. Their behavior is scrutinized at every level. Hence, when it comes to accepting awards, a simple ‘thank you’ to friends and family is not enough. Some celebrities wish to talk about the charities they work with, while others chose that platform to spread hope. Here are some of the best acceptance speeches in Bollywood.

#1. A. R. Rahman

When Rahman won an Oscar for his music in Slumdog Millionaire, he was quick to thank his mother before talking about his journey.

#2. Alia Bhatt

The Student of the Year star is going places but her words have the power to move us to tears. You too will be left teary-eyed once you hear her speech.

#3. Dhanush

Dhanush won a Filmfare debut award after finishing 25 movies in the South. He has learned an important lesson there and you can watch the below video to find out what it is.

#4. Deepika Padukone

Deepika chose to read a letter from her father when she accepted her award for Piku. The letter spoke about being grounded and not letting stardom go to your head among other things. A must-watch!

#5. Priyanka Chopra

PeeCee is creating a name for herself worldwide and there is no other place than a People’s Choice Award function for her to show and know that she has succeeded in making a place for herself in the hearts of people.

#6. Akshay Kumar

Recently Akshay Kumar gave a hilarious speech written by his wife at an award function and we cannot help but admire him for that.

#7. Shah Rukh Khan

SRK is at his wittiest best when accepts the award for the  Global Icon of the Year. The strange part is he sent a video to express his thanks because he could not be there in person.

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