Best Bollywood dialogues by veteran actor Kader Khan
New Delhi : “Itna sannata kyon hai bhai." The kind of popular dialogues in Hindi film industry reminds us of Salim-Javed as writers. But very few know that veteran actor Kader Khan was equally an influential writer. He gave some bestwritten screenplays and whistle-worthy dialogues in blockbuster films such as Amar Akbar Anthony and Shola Aur Shabnam.
It was Kader Khan who gave Amitabh Bachchan some of his career's biggest hits with memorable dialogues and writing in a series of films - Sharaabi, Lawaaris, Muqaddar Ka Sikander, Naseeb and Agneepath, for which the megastar won his first Best Actor National Film Award in 1991. Unfortunately, Bollywood's most talent actor, Kader Khan took his last breathe on December 31 evening in Toronto. He died after a prolonged illness at a hospital in Toronto in Canada, a family member said to media. He was 81. As a tribute, we'd like to share some best dialogues of Kader Khan.
Famous dialogues of vetaran actor Kader Khan
“Aisa to aadmi life mein do heech time bhaagta hai... Olympic ka race ho ya phir police ka case ho. Tum kaay ko bhaagta hai men?” - Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)
‘Hum Jahan Khade Hote Hain, Line Wahin Se Shuru Hoti Hai’ - Kaalia (1981)
‘Zinda Hai Woh Log Joh Maut Se Takrate Hai ...’ - Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (1978)
‘Zindagi Mein Toofan Aaye, Qayamat Aaye ...Magar Kabhi Dosti Mein Daraar Na Aane Paaye’ - Aatish (1994)
‘Apan Famous Aadmi. Bada Bada Paper Mein Apanka Chota Chota Photo Chapta Hai’ – Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)
‘Is Thappad Ki Gunj Suni Tumne?’ - Karma (1986)
‘Vijay Dinanath Chauhan...Poora Naam’ - Agneepath (1990)
‘Duniya Mera Ghar Hai, Bus Stand Mera Adda Hai...’- Coolie No. 1 (1995)
‘Qatl Karte Hain Aur Haath Main Talwar Bhi Nahin’ - Khoon Bhari Maang (1988)
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