25 Legendary Lines in Bollywood Cinema

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Posted on March 30th, 2008 in Features, Movies

08mar legendarylines02 25 Legendary Lines in Bollywood Cinema

“Yeh koi maamuli ittefaaq nahin hai, yeh hai Allah ki karishma.” – Spoken by Saamiya/Rani Mukerji (Film: Veer-Zaara, 2005)
“This isn’t any little incident. This is God’s miracle.”

In a single line, Rani Mukerji proves just how powerful and haunting she can make a simple line seem.

“Kitne aadmi the?” – Spoken by Gabbar Singh/Amjad Khan (Film: Sholay, 1975)
“How many men were there?”

The most classic entry of any villain in Bollywood history accompanied with the excellent dialogue delivery, and voice modulations of Amjad Khan, playing the most iconic character in the history of Hindi cinema, Gabbar Singh.

“Pyar sirf ek bar hota hai aur shaadi bhi ekhi baar hota hai” – Spoken by Rahul/Shah Rukh Khan (Film: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai,1998)
“Love happens only once, so does marriage”

Rahul says this about Tina but in the end he does love more than once and does marry more than once. Or is it that he really did only love once and it was always Anjali?

“Yeh tumhare baap ka ghar nahin, police station hai, is liye sidhi tahrah khade raho” – Spoken by Vijay/Amitabh Bachchan (Film: Zanjeer, 1973)
“This isn’t your father’s house, it’s a Police Station so stand up straight.”

As Inspector Vijay Khanna, even in the 70′s Big B easily created iconic quotes with his deep baritone and everlasting voice.

“Zindagi mein kuch banna ho, Kuch hasil karna ho, Kuch jeetna ho, To hamesha apne dil ki suno, Aur ager dil se bhi koi jawaab na aaye … To apni aankhein band karke apni Maa aur Baba ka naam lo … Phir dekhna tum her manzil paa sakoge, Her mushkil aasan ho jayegi, Jeet tumhari hogi ….. Sirf tumhari…” – Spoken by Rahul/Shahrukh Khan(Film: Kabhi Khushi Khabie Gham, 2001)
“In life if you want to become something, achieve something, win something, then listen to your heart, and if you don’t get an answer from your heart…then close your eyes and think of your Mom and Dad…then watch, you will reach every destination, every difficulty will become easy, the victory will be yours, only yours.”

A classic speech that when you first hear it in the movie is great but its impact the second time it is spoken is incredible. When Rahul’s son says it and then points out Rohan and you see the realization on Rahul’s face; Brilliant!

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