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10 Unforgettable Dialogues Of Bollywood Actors

10 Unforgettable Dialogues Of Bollywood Actors Hindi Article

1. Devdas

(Produced by Bimal Roy; 1955) – “Kaun Kambakht Bardasht Karne Ko Peeta Hain? Main Toh Peeta Hoon Ke Bas Saas Le Saku”.

A classic dialogue by Dilip Kumar in the movie, Devdas was Bimal Roy’s superb and exceptional direction. The film originates from the novel bySarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. The dialogue translated as – “Who The Hell Drinks To Tolerate? I Drink So That I Can Breathe”.

2. Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge

(Produced by Yash Chopra; 1995) – “Senorita, Bade Bade Shehron Mein Aisi Chhoti Chhoti Baaten Hoti Rahti Hain”.

Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge is the ultimate Shahrukh-Kajol Blockbuster and is directed by Aditya Chopra. Shahrukh Khan said the line in this film. In English, it means that –“Small things keep on happening in big cities. It delivers the simple message, everybody come, fall in love.

3. Sholay

(Produced by G. P. Sippy; 1975) – “Arrey O Sambha, Kitna Inaam Raakkhhe Hain Sarkar Ham Par?”

A super-hit blockbuster movie, directed by Ramesh Sippy and music done by R.D.Burman, acquired a legendary seat in the heart of Hindi cinema. This dialogue was said by Amjad Khan, as the famous Gabbar Singh, who is known and will be known for his debut with this movie.

4. Namak Halal

(Produced by Satyendra Pal; 1982) – “I Can Talk English, I Can Walk English, I Can Run English Because English Is a Very Phuny Language”.

The hilarious movie character Arjun Singh, enacted by Amitabh Bachchan, said this dialogue. The funniest movie ever, directed by Prakash Mehra, gives the audience a dramatic dosage of eye-catching good humor.

5. Yaadon Ki Baaraat

(Produced by Nasir Hussain; 1973) – “Kuttekameenee, Main Tera Khoon Pee Jayonga”.

Directed by Nasir Hussain, Yaadon Ki Baaraat is a Bollywood action thriller movie, starring Dharmendra, Neetu Singh, and Zeenat Aman, was a hit at the box office. The story is about three brothers, who were separated when a gangster slaughtered their parents. This line is said by Dharmendra (as Shankar) in pain and agony to the gangster.

6. Amar Prem

(Produced by Shakti Samanta; 1972) – “Pushpa, I Hate Tears. Inhhee Ponch Dalo”.

The legendary dialogue is given by Rajesh Khanna (Anand Babu) to Sharmila Tagore (as Pushpa). The exotic music of Amar Prem by R. D. Burman and a sentimental love story makes it fascinating for us to watch. The movie is based on a Bengali love story , written by Bhibuti Bhusan Bandyopadhyay, with the title, Nishipadma.

7. Mr. India

(Produced by Boney Kapoor; 1987) – “Mogambo Khush Huya."

In the movie, Anil Kapoor (as Arun), raises up some orphaned kids, who were very close to him, until a gangster attacks him, who was after his house. The Gangster is none other than, the Mogambo, played by Amrish Puri. Mogambo, the famous and outrageous villain ever, said this super-hit dialogue to his bunch of bandits.

8. Sholay

(Produced by G. P. Sippy and directed by Ramesh Sippy; 1975) – “Yeh Hath Mujhe De De Thakur."

An evergreen dialogue said by Gabbar Singh (Amjad Khan) to Thakur Baldev Singh (Sanjeev Kumar) in the movie.

9. Deewar

(Produced by Gulshan Rai; 1975) – “Aj Khush To Bohhott Hoge Tum."

This hit dialogue said by Amitabh Bachchan in Deewar, where he is pleading for his mother’s safety in front of a deity, delivers the uncomplicated fact that unusual circumstances are the instances made by God. But we should never get weak; rather we should face it.

10. Damini

(Produced by Karim Morani and Bunty Soorma; 1993) – “Yeh Dhai Kilo Ka Haath Jab Kisi Ke Upper Paarrta Hain Na, Aadmi Utthta Nahi, Uth Jata Hain."

A Rajkumar Santoshi direction, Damini movie is about a girl who was raped and so, for want of justice, she has to face many obstacles. Sunny Deol said this dialogue, which became a rage.

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