Top 10 Most Famous Amitabh Bachchan Dialogues
Amitabh Bachchan was born on 11th October, 1942. His name needs no introduction because Mr. Bachchan is a well known Bollywood actor. He got much fame for his 1970 films Deewar and Zanjeer. Due to his powerful role in those movies, he was regarded as “Angry Young Man”. That was, anyhow, the start of his successful Bollywood career. Mr. Bachchan gave various hits to this industry, and till now he is one of the dominating and highest paid Bollywood actors.
This legendary actor who’s baritone voice has always impacted greatly onto the hearts of the fans, is known for his various famous dialogues in the movies. Let us check out the list of top 10 most famous Amitabh Bachchan dialogues.
10. Main aaj bhi phenke hue paise nahin uthata
This particular dialogue of Amitabh Bachchan was to show his attitude. Salim Javed’s powerful script created a wonderful environment, and when the dialogue as spoken by Mr. Bachchan, it seemed that nothing is compromised with his dignity loaded with immoral values.
Yes, you are right, this dialogue belongs to Mr. Amitabh’s all time famous movie “Sholey”. It doesn’t seem to be more like a joyful moment, but Mr. Bachchan and Hema Malini did wonderful acting, no doubt.
8. Aisa toh aadmi life mein doich time bhaagta hai. Olympic ka race ho ya police ka case ho. Tum kisliye bhaagta hai, bhai?
We can call it one of the best goofy characters ever played by this great actor. The film this dialogue is from was the direction of Manmohan Desai.
7. Don ka intezar toh gyaarah mulkon ki police kar rahi hai. Lekin Soniya, ek baat samajhlo Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahi, namumkin hai
I don’t think there’s anyone who hasn’t watch “Don” starring Amitabh Bachchan. This stylish and great dialogue got too much fame that it has even been used in the “Don 2” starring Shah Rukh Khan.
6. Arre yeh jeena bhi koi jeena hai, Lallu?
This was actually a portion of his story in one song narrative, Mere Paas Aao. The dialogue showcases Mr. Natwarlal’s funny antics. The lines were, no doubt, well spoken by our beloved actor.
5. Main aur meri tanhai aksar yeh baatein karte hain. Tum hoti toh kaisa hota
These lyrics were the part of his musical love-story “Silsila”. The film was directed by Yash Chopra and is a triangle story. The dialogue represents actor’s deep affection and love for his girlfriend.
4. Lo kallo baat. Arre babuji, aisi English aave that I can leave angrez behind
If you have watched the movie this dialogue belongs to, you can well understand that there could be no other actor to speak such lines so impressively. The credit goes to Amitabh Bachchna who’s lively performance and confidence of delivering the dialogue was awesome.
3. Koi sawaal nahi chahiye. Akela jee sakta hoon toh akela mar bhi sakta hoon
This dialogue is the representation of his emotions in one of his films. Mr. Bachchan has well created an environment of sympathy, and the dialogue was shot down on his cop father, Dilip Kumar.
2. Moochein ho toh Nathulal ji jaisi ho warna na ho
I don’t think you will disagree. Isn’t it? Yes it is. This dialogue of Mr. Bachchan has had been so much famous that even today many of us often deliver it in different situations.
1. Rishte mein toh hum tumhare baap hote hain, naam hai Shahenshah
This particular dialogue is from his famous film “Shahenshah”. In this film, Mr. Bachchan has played the role of a powerful and attitude carrying man.
Do you know any other dialogue of Mr. Bachchan? Let us know!