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Top 10 Salman Khan’s Kick-Ass Dialogues


Whatever Salman Khan does becomes news. Be it his new movies or alleged affairs, be it his humanitarian gestures or fights with co-stars, Salman is hard to ignore. The superstar has played a variety of roles from a lover boy to a cop. And now he will play the character of ‘Devil’ in his upcoming film Kick. As his fans are going gaga over Kick’s trailer that has just released, we present Salman’s unforgettable, whistle-worthy dialogues.

Kick: Releasing on Eid, Salman Khan’s Kick sees him as a guy with many faces, but the most important him being ‘The Devil’ in the film. A remake of a Telugu movie of the same name, these are some kick-ass dialogues of Kick.“Aap Devil ke Peeche, Devil Aapke Peechhe.”“Wo Jeena bhi koi Jeena Hai..Jismein Kick Na Ho Pagli.”“Mere Bare mein Itna mat sochna..Dil Mein aata hoon. Samajh Mein Nahi.” 

Wanted: Besides action, dance and acting, it is Salman’s dialogue delivery that makes him the king at the box-office. In Prabhu Deva’s Wanted, Salman stole our hearts with hardcore action. His famous dialogue, “Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di… Uske baad main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta” shows the robustness of his character ‘Radhe’ in the film. There is strength and confidence about Salman that makes him so hot.

Body Guard: Salman Khan as the rough and tough bodyguard with a heart of gold created magic at the box-office. He showed that Lovely Singh can not only protect his girl but also can act tough on the traitors. His famous dialogue, “Mujh par ek ehsan karna ki mujh par koi ehsan na karna” became the most talked-about thing of the movie. Other things like Salman-Kareena’s chemistry, songs and action became the talking points of the film.

Dabangg: Salman Khan is completely bindaas, daring and absolutely Dabangg. Only he can give funny dialogues with a straight face, and get away with it too. Salman’s dialogue delivery in Dabangg has become very popular among the youth as they are funny as well as confusing. This particular dialogue, “’Hum tumri jaan mein itna ched karenge itna ched karenge…confuse ho jaoge ki..saas kaha se ley aur pade kaha se” was one of the most enjoyed dialogues that became viral instantly.

Main Nay Pyar Kiya: Salman Khan was at his innocent best in Rajashri Production’s Maine Pyar Kiya and became the eternal lover boy of Bollywood. This movie showed Salman’s sentimental side and gave his career the much-needed boost. This movie taught us some interesting lessons in love and friendship. His famous dialogue, “Dosti ka ek usool hai madam, no sorry, no thank you” stole our hearts and will be still cherished.

Dabangg: The famous dialogue of Salman Khan from Dabangg about claiming himself to be Robinhood tickled the funny bone. “Hum yaahan ke robinhood hai, Robinhood Pandey,” said Salman in his usual Dabanng style and the rib-tickling line entertained his fans and the film turned out to be a blockbuster at the ticket window.

Ready: The movie showed Salman Khan’s funny, happy-go-lucky and flirtatious side. It also showed that when it comes to comedy, Salman is unbeatable. This romantic comedy became a blockbuster due to its songs as well as comic timing of its actors. The movie also had some very interesting dialogues. One of which is, “Zindagi mein 3 cheez kabhi underestimate nahi karna. I, Me and Myself.” The filmi punch line became popular along with the promo of the film and got it a dhamakedaar opening at the box office.

Tere Naam: If you think it was just Salman Khan’s hairstyle that got noticed in Tere Naam,then you need to think again. The movie did rocking business at the box-office due to excellent performances, songs and dialogues. Salman’s dialogue delivery in this film is noteworthy. “Sari duniya pyaar mein padi hui hai … sirf ek mujhe hi hak nahi hai? … Ki main kisi se pyaar kar sakun, koi mujhse pyaar kar sake … Kyun”, is an unforgettable dialogue as it is powerful, emotional and passionate.

Veer: An Epic Love story of a Warrior was a historical action film directed by Anil Sharma. It was written by Salman Khan and had some power-packed action scenes as well as whistle-worthy dialogues. Salman’s dialogue “Yeh mere dadda ki talwar” wooed many of his fans. The film didn’t do well at the boc-office, but Salman was appreciated for his acting.

Hum Aap Kay Hein Kaun: The beautiful love Hum Apke Hain Kaun is a touching story of love, laughter and misery. The movie did extremely well at the box-office because of its story, memorable songs and some touching dialogues. When Salman Khan asks Madhuri Dixit, “Hum Apke Hain Kaun?”, it surely steals your heart as it is emotional and full of depth. Another beautiful dialogue is “Kaate Nahin Kat Te Lamhe Intezaar Ke, Nazaren Bichaein Baithe Hain Raste Pe Yaar Ke, Dil Ne Kaha Dekhe Jo Jalwe Husne Yaar Ke,Laya Hain Unhe Kaun Falak Se Utaar Ke.”

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