Taapsee scribbled a statement by great Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt for the caption of a lovely monochrome image of herself smiling, which read, "PlayingTaapsee Pannu's mysterious 'Kill them with success and bury them with a smile' comment meant at Kangana Ranaut?" Taapsee later clarified that she had written only part of the sentence but not all of it. She also added that she was surprised by the attention her comment has received and that she never intended to hurt anyone's feelings.
Taapsee first came into public notice when she appeared in Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, a 2008 Bollywood film starring Arshad Warsi and Nandita Jaywant. The film did extremely well at the box office and earned around. Another popular actress at the time, Kangana Ranaut, also appeared in the film. It is known that both actresses had been nominated for the Best Actress award but didn't get either of them. This probably is why they are seen laughing in the photo.
The comment made by Taapsee has become controversial because many people believe that it refers to women actors as a whole rather than just two particular ladies. Some male actors have also criticized her comment.
"Kill Them With Success-Bury Them With A Smile"-Motivational Wall Art-8 x 10" Poster Print-Ready to Frame Usain Bolt Quotes.
Usain Bolt is a Jamaican sprinter who has been declared by many to be the fastest human alive. He holds the 100 meters, 200 meters, and 4 × 100 m relay titles from both the World Championships and Olympic Games. As well as being the only person to have won all three events at these championships. His other awards and achievements include nine gold medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics, five gold medals at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and four gold medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics. His personal best times are 9.76 seconds in the 100 meters, 19.5 seconds in the 200 meters, and 28:48.63 in the 4 × 100 m relay. These times have stood since 2009.
Bolt's quotes are famous among athletes and fans around the world. Many athletes admire him for his successful career and hope to follow in his footsteps. Others use his words to help motivate themselves to reach higher goals. This print features one of his most popular quotes: "KILL THEM WITH SUCCESS - BURY THEM WITH A SMILE". It is printed on high quality poster paper and comes ready to be framed.
Bolt Usain's achievements have always been controversial. Some critics have claimed that his true potential was never fully realized because he played in an era when black athletes were not given the opportunity many other white players got to prove themselves. Others point out that despite his fame and wealth, he killed himself at a young age. Still others claim that he was using drugs while still playing baseball competitively.
Usain Bolt is considered by many to be the greatest sprinter of all time. The only man who has ever beaten him in an international competition is Carl Lewis, who some consider to be his successor. Bolt won every single men's 100 m race he participated in during the 2004 Olympics, including the final. His 9.79 seconds in Beijing was his second-fastest time ever, behind only his own world record of 9.63 set in Berlin in 2009. Overall, Bolt has won 23 gold medals and 191 overall at the World Championships and the Olympics. He has also won three gold medals at the African Games and one at the Commonwealth Games.
In December 2008, Bolt announced that he was leaving Jamaica to focus on running full time.
If you're over 40, you'll understand Jim McKay's famous phrase from ABC's Wide World of Sports: "The pleasure of success and the anguish of defeat." Jim McKay's eloquent remarks were utilized to convey the human drama of athletic competition. He described it as a "thrill of victory and an agony of defeat." The phrase now conveys the excitement of sports and their toll on athletes.
That is one of life's great questions. You can look at it two ways: It's been said that if you win the first game of a series, you have a good chance of winning the whole thing. If you lose the first game, you're already down 3 games. Better save your energy for later in the season.
On the other hand, there are people who believe that no matter what game you start with, you're going to have to play them all. Start well and hope for a run-out, or fall behind early on and need to bring it back? That's when you find out who your real friends are.
It's a question only you can answer. But we can give you our opinion...
You need to decide how important each game is, then focus on those close to completion.
"Cowards die many times before their deaths; the courageous never taste of death but once," Mandela chose and initialed "M, December 16th, 1977." Of all the marvels I have yet to hear. It is fitting that a man who has seen so much courage and compassion take his own life.
Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years before he died in December 2013. He lived longer than anyone ever expected because of the activism that he led from his prison cell. His final act of defiance took his own life but it should not be considered a failure because he showed everyone else how to live forever.
John Pepper Clark Above is an extract from a poem written by John Pepper Clark, a leading African poet who caught the literary world by storm in the 1970s with his poem "The Casualties." The poem describes the death of seven young men in one day. They have been killed in an accident near their home in Kentucky.
What makes this poem special is that it was written after 9/11 when the United States was involved in two wars. The speaker in this poem believes that these deaths are meaningless because there are so many other casualties all over the world due to war and violence.
His belief that no action has meaning alone causes him pain and he decides to commit suicide by shooting himself in the head. But before he does this, he wants to include another person in his life who has meant much to him over the years: the horse. So, he walks into his barn and picks out a certain horse to save first. Then, he writes a letter to his wife telling her what has happened and including the horse as proof that he has not lost hope.
This poem shows that even though there are many casualties of war, it is possible to find comfort in one's life even if it is not very long.