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5 Iconic Dialogues of Amitabh Bachchan

Big B or Amitabh Bachhan is also known as the ‘Shahenshah of Bollywood’. He is one of the globally recognized popular actors of the century. Amitabh is known for Acting, Action, Dance, and most importantly for his Dialogue Delivery. Considered as a majestic baritone voice, Amitabh Bachchan Ji is still giving other actors a run for their money.  Amitabh, known as  ‘Angry Young Man’ in his heydays, really excelled in those roles. Let’s remember some of his iconic Dialogues which are immensely popular.

1) ‘Don Ko Pakadhna Mushkil Hi Nahi Namumkin Bhi Hai’

This Dialogue is from the popular Bollywood movie ‘Don’ released in 1978 as an action thriller based on the life of a most wanted criminal. It was penned by ‘Salim-Javed’ and directed by Chandra Barot. The movie was a big success at the Box office and is still on the list of favorite movies of many Indians. The dialogue delivery and expressions convey the bruteness and the confidence of the Don character in the movie. It literally means ‘it is not easy to catch him, it is next to impossible. The audience went gaga after seeing Amitabh playing the character of Don and there were numerous remakes or copies done after this movie in many languages.

2) ‘Mai Aaj Bhi Pheke Hue Paise Nahi Uthata’

Deewar is Salim-Javed’s written crime action Indian drama film released in 1975. It should be included in the list of movies that played a major role in the success of Amitabh Bachchan’s Career. It was directed by Yash Chopra! An interesting fact about this movie is that Salim-Javed was paid more than what leading actors have charged from the producer. The story is all about two young brothers who were drawn apart due to situations that happened during socio-political turmoil. The main reason behind the popularity of Dialogue is the way how Vijay (Amitabh) has self-respect for him even while struggling in his life. It could be a great message for the common people as well! 

3) ‘Hum Jahan Khade Ho Jaate Hain, Line Vahan Se Shuru Hoti Hai’

It is one among the lines from Kaalia, one more Superhit Indian action movie from the account of Amitabh Bachchan released in 1981. The writing team includes Taher, Shahjahan, Santosh Sah, Inder Raj Anand, and Tinnu Anand (Director). The Dialogue is said in the movie as a matter of sarcasm to depict how the lead role i.e. Kaalia (Amitabh) can lead others.

4) ‘Rishtey Mein To Hum Tumhare Baap Lagte Hain, Naam Hai Shahenshah’

This is an iconic Dialogue from Shahenshah, a 1988 released vigilante action Bollywood film. Amitabh Bachchan has played the title/lead role and is seen portraying two different personalities of the same character. One is of a bad yet comic cop and another of good as crime-fighting superhero. Overall it is a nice treat for his Fans. The Dialogue is used by the angry man character as his introduction every time whenever bad guys ask for his identity in the movie.

5) ‘Tumhara Naam Kya Hai Basanti’

This humoristic phrase is one among the popular dialogues of the most liked action-adventure film in the history of Indian cinema. Another masterpiece was written by the duo Salim-Javed with the direction of Ramesh Sippy. The Dialogue is used by Jai (Amitabh) to sarcastically ask Basanti (Hema Malini) about her name. It is the sudden reply by him when she asked Jai and Veeru (Dharmendra) to ask about her name. 

Hope you liked the above set of Amitabh Bachchan’s famous Dialogues. Have you ever used any of them before? They still have the power to grab the attention of people and gain many likes on social media!

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