Dialogues, Punchlines, or Oneliners are areas of expertise of a screenplay writer as far as movies are concerned. But sometimes these things have a bigger impact and these punchlines, dialogues or oneliners become so famous that it literally sticks with the identity of the performing actor, and every time one hears these lines, he/she will literally picture these actors.
Let’s have fun with some of these famous punchlines/dialogues in Bollywood that literally became an identity for the actors.
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“Kutte, main tera khoon pee jaunga..”“You Dog…I will drink your blood…:
Well these lines are attached with actor Dharmendra so deeply that now a days it has become a means to mimic this great actor.
“sara Shehar muje Lion ke naam se jaanta hai”“The Whole city knows me by the name of Lion”
Actor Ajit (Original name Hamid Ali Khan) has these line from movie Kalicharan that is pretty famous amongst all Bollywood geeks.
08. Amitabh Bachchan
“Vijay Dinanath Chauhan…Pura naam…”“Vijay Dinanath Chauhan Full Name..”
Yes, The Mahanayak of Bollywood is here with the role which won him National Award in 1991. Agneepath is one of the all-time best performances of Amitabh Bachchan and these lines are attached to him since then.
07. Shatrughan Sinha
“Abe Khamosh…”“You…Shut up!!”
Known as the Shotgun of Bollywood, Shatrughan sinha is better known with his lines “Abe Khamosh..”.
“Hum Angrez ke zamane ke jailor hai…”“I am a jailor of the British Era…”
Co-Actor Asrani played a role of his lifetime in Sholay (1975), and this line is still his identity after so many years.
05. Shahrukh Khan
“I Love You…Kkkkkkkiran…..”
The King Khan of Bollywood ShahRukh Khan’s lines from Darr (1993) with stutter speech became so popular that people and artists use to mimic him calling “Ruk Ruk Khan” (Stuttering khan).
04. Nana Patekar
“Sala Ek machchhar aadmi to hijda bana deta hai…”“Damn, A mosquito turns a man into a transgender”
Vishwanath patekar known as Nana patekar in Bollywood is well known for his unique dialogue delivery. This line from movie Yashwant (1997) is so popular with him till date.
03. Amrish Puri
“Mogambo Khush hua…”“Mugambo is happy”
There is no doubt that Amrish Puri is the best Anti Hero (Villion) Bollywood has ever produced. Amongst many of his unforgettable negative performances, Mogambo of Mr.India (1987) is still at the top with this famous dialogue.
02. Raaj kumar
This is probably the shortest punchline on the list, but it is equally famous due to actor Raajkumar’s unique personality and dialogue delivery style in Bollywood.
01. Amjad khan
“Kitne Aadmi the?…”“How many (person) were there?”
You will not find too many people who are not familiar with this dialogue of Sholay (1975). It was the first appearance on the big screen for Amjad Khan and believe it or not his very first lines on the screen became the most popular lines of Indian cinema history.