Ajay Devgn: Bet can be placed on horses, not tigers!

The birthday boy who turns 43 today is not only known for his edgy action sequences, but also for mouthing some punchy dialogues with such élan, his fans can’t get enough

People say that Bollywood has changed over the years, as many small budget script-driven films are being accepted but the fact is that the power equation hasn’t changed much. Every time a film starring any of the Khans hits the screens, speculations about the BO collections crossing the Rs 200 crore mark begin. But Ajay Devgn, with his recent films like Singham, Golmaal 3 and Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai, proved that he is just as bankable as the Khans, if not more. On his birthday, we look at some of his memorable dialogues which have won him a permanent place in the hearts of his fans all over the world.

Pyar Toh Hona Hi Tha (1998)

Aaisa he hoo main…

Like this only I am

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)

Jhooth nahi pasand mujhe. Kaha tha tumse.

Lies I do not like. Told you, I had.

Company (2002)

Khaas aadmi ko bhi ye maloom hona chahiye ke woh kabhi bhi aam ho sakta hai.

Special person should know that they can become general person.

Omkara (2006)

Sarat ghodo par lagaate hain, kathor, shero par nahi

Bet is placed on horses, tough, not tigers.

Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai (2010)

Jo apne maa ki izzat nahin karte, main unka baap ban kar aata hoon. Naam yaad rakhna, Sultan Mirza.

Who respect their mother not, I become their father and come. Remember my name, Sultan Mirza.

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