Why does Sanjay Dutt consider himself a superpower?

Fri, December 28, 2012 3:23pm IST by
Why does Sanjay Dutt consider himself a superpower?

Like Sanjay Dutt’s Agneepath, we take a cheeky look at Bollywood’s most celebrated dialogues of this year

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that dialogues constitute an essential part of a Hindi film besides the story and screenplay. If you look at the cinematic history, you will notice the impact of dialogues, be it Kutte main tera khoon pee jaoonga or Rishtey mein to hum tumhare baap lagte hain naam hai Shahenshah continues to stay with us through the years. So we take a look at the five most impacting dialogues of 2012, but in English.


Tum kya leke aaye the, aur kya leke jaaoge? Reh jaaye sirf ek insaan, sarva shakti shaali, sarva shaktimaan – Sanjay Dutt in Agneepath

You what got with you and what take away with you? Survive only one man, complete powerful, complete powerful


Jo main bolta hoon, woh main karta hoon, jo main nahin bolta, woh main definitely karta hoon – Akshay Kumar in Rowdy Rathore

Whatever I say, that I do, whatever I don’t say, that I definitely do


Teri aankhon ki namkeen mastiyan, teri hansi ki beparwaah gustakhiyaan, teri zulfon ki leharaati angdaiyaan, nahi bhoolunga main… Jab tak hai jaan, jab tak hai jaan – Shahrukh Khan in Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Your eyes salty fun, your smile careless cheekiness, your hair’s flying and yawning, No forgetting I… till there is life, till there is life


Kabhi kabhi mere dil mein yeh sawaal aata hai, ki agar duniya mein Sardaar na hote toh kya hota? Sorry yaar duniya bekaar, bina Son of Sardaar – Ajay Devgn in Son Of Sardaar

Sometimes sometimes my heart has this question that if in world there’s no Sardaar then what will happen? Sorry friend, world useless without Son of Sardaar


Maa ki jhooti kasam nahi khate jhootiye saale – Salman Khan in Dabangg 2

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