7 Iconic Bollywood Dialogues

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'Mere paas Maa hai.' - Deewaar (1975)

As Vijay (Amitabh Bachchan) extols the many benefits of leading a life on the wrong side of the law, Ravi (Shashi Kapoor) pulls out the ace in the pack by reminding him that in his pursuit of wealth, Vijay has left behind their mother.

'Kitne aadmi they?' - Sholay (1975)

Every line Gabbar Singh (Amjad Khan) uttered is memorable, but his first major outburst is crystal clear for how menacing yet entertaining the actor is.

'Yeh kya ho raha hai?' - Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983)

That, and everything that follows more than makes up for the brief missteps in the Kundan Shah film, which ends by embracing the madcap material fully and not letting go.

'Mogambo khush hua!' - Mr. India (1987)

Mogambo (Amrish Puri) is fond of speaking in the third person, and that extends to how he expresses his happiness, sending chills down people's spines as his mouth curves into a smile.

'Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost.' - Om Shanti Om (2007)

Repeated multiple times through the Farah Khan film, and uttered by different people in different contexts, this line has imprinted itself on viewers' memories.

'Yeh paisan hai humara!' - Mukkabaaz (2017)

Shravan (Vineet Kumar Singh) rages against his father's lack of zest and drive and his inability to see his son as being someone who does have those emotions within him.

'Tell people I was a revolutionary.' - Sardar Udham (2021)

This is what Vicky Kaushal's Udham Singh asks the police officer investigating the O'Dwyer murder to take away from their conversations during his time in custody.

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