The 3 best dialogues of Bollywood – 2012

The 3 best dialogues of Bollywood - 2012

The punch of a dialogue adds verve to the character delivering it and gets the approval and appreciation of the audience who say, “Wah! Kya dialogue hai!” Script writers Salim-Javed had been the best in Bollywood in creating gripping screenplays and memorable dialogues in films like Deewar, Zanjeer, Yaadon Ki Baarat, Don, Trishul, Seetha Aur Geetha, Mr India among others. The most famous dialogue penned by the duo is by the villain Gabbar Singh in Sholay, “Kitne aadmi
the?” In an on-line poll conducted, the following three dialogues received top honours. They are from films released recently.
(1) Chulbul Pandey threatens Chhedi Singh with his “Itne chhed karenge…” from
the film Dabangg (Salman Khan)
(2) Rajjo tells Chulbul, “Thappad se darr nahin lagta saahab, pyar se lagta hai”
from Dabangg (Sonakshi Sinha)
(3) Rizwan Khan : “My name is Khan and I am not a terrorist” from My Name Is
Khan (Shah Rukh Khan)


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