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7 times when Sanjay Dutt delivered some epic dialogues in his unique style
Sanjay Dutt literally went into the skin of his character and outshone himself with his performance as Balaram ‘Ballu’ aka Khalnayak. This Subhash Ghai-directorial witnessed an incredible act from Sanjay where this dialogue became a rage among his fans. This is when the actor says to Madhuri’s character, “Sharafat ki kitaab mein mujhe khalnayak kehte hain.”
Sanjay Dutt is fondly called Baba. But, not many would know that this was his character’s name in director Sanjay Gupta’s directorial debut film ‘Aatish’. This action drama is known for the popular characters of Baba and Nawab, played by Dutt and Aditya Pancholi respectively. And it was their introductory scene in the film where Baba’s macho appeal is evident with this popular dialogue, “Zindagi jeene ka mazaa tab aata hai dost jab maut ki ungliyan thaamkar bhaaga jaaye.” This dialogue later appeared in the film at some crucial points as well.
'Vaastav: The Reality'
‘Vaastav’ is considered to be one of the most iconic films in Dutt’s career. This particular scene where Sanjay brings expensive gifts for his family and till he leaves also has a cult following. And the credit for that goes to the brilliant dialogue, “Asli hai, asli! Pachas tola, pachas tola. Kitna? Pachas tola!” This was followed by another epic line with the gun where Sanjay holds it and says, “Trigger dabaya, aur khel khallas!”
Director Sanjay Gupta’s ‘Kaante’ was another film which surprised Sanjay’s fans with a badass character of Ajju. By far, the film’s best line delivered by Sanjay was, “Saara din tu bhokega, yaha kaatega bhi.” This line was said to the character of Major played by megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
'Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.'
‘Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.’ gave Indian cinema two of its most loved characters Munna Bhai and Circuit. Every scene in this feel-good entertainer was loved by the viewers. And it’s very difficult to pick out one epic line as this film had many. Be it, “Aye Mamu” or the most hilarious one, “Do sau che type ka sirf haddi hai. Todne ke time apun log sochte the kya?”
'Lage Raho Munna Bhai'
‘Lage Raho Munna Bhai’ was another gem which saw Munna Bhai and Circuit returning to the big screen. And they were not alone but with the support of Mahatma Gandhi himself. While following the principle of Gandhigiri, there’s a scene outside Boman Irani’s character. After a minor fight with the security guards, Munna says to Circuit, “Jab dono gaal pe pad jaaye toh kya karne ka, yeh Bapu ne kaha apne ko.”
Sanjay Dutt’s casting and that deadly look for Kancha in ‘Agneepath’ was half the battle won for the makers. This character is a villain for the ages. The actor surely made this character memorable through his exceptional acting and dialogue delivery. Sanjay’s dialogue, “Tum kya leke aaye the, aur kya leke jaaoge. Rahejaye sirf ek insaan, sarva shaktishali, sarva shaktimaan, Kancha,” was so popular that it still finds a mass following among the actor’s fans.