Farrokh Bulsara, popularly known as Freddie Mercury, was a Tanzania born British record producer, singer and songwriter, of Indian descent, who is particularly famous for being the front man of the musical band ‘Queen’. Mercury went to boarding school in India and was interested in music from an early age. He had even formed his own group at school. He arrived in England as a 17 year old and earned a diploma from Ealing Art College in Art and Graphic Design. He formed the rock band ‘Queen’ in 1970 along with Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor. Mercury was the lead vocalist and songwriter of the band. Some of the greatest hits that the band gave were written by him. His 4 octave voice was a unique talent and he soon became one of the most famous rock stars in the world. Mercury’s on stage persona and dancing skills made him a highly popular star as well. Some of the most famous songs by him include ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘We Are the Champions’, ‘Killer Queen’, ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’, ‘We are the Champions’ and ‘Play the Game’ among others. Mercury was without doubt one of the most iconic rock stars to have ever existed and those who remember him will surely want to have a look at his words and thoughts. We bring to you excerpts from his talks, interviews, songs, sayings and thoughts which are quoted till date. Read on Freddie Mercury’s thoughts, quotations and sayings on criticism, entertainment, prostitution, queen, remembrance, event, musical, talent, money, emotions and indulgence.