Amjad Khan: Iconic Dialogues Of The Actor That Are Still Beloved

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Amjad Khan is one of the most loved villains of Bollywood; today on his 79th birth anniversary, here are his iconic dialogues that are still widely beloved

Written By Asmita Shukla | Mumbai | Updated On:
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November 12, 2019 marks Gabbar aka Amjad Khan’s 79th birth anniversary. He is one of those villains in the Hindi Film industry who gave many sleepless nights. Gabbar's famous dialogues like “Kitne aadmi the?” and “…Maa kehti hai so Jaa Warna Gabbar aa jaayega” from Sholay still send chills down the spine when we watch the film. His deadly performance in Sholay overshadowed Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Jaya Bachchan, and others in the film. Amjad Khan also took up many other spectacular roles in Hindi cinema but gained popularity for his villain avatar primarily. Today, on the day of his birth anniversary, here's taking a look at some of his iconic dialogues that are still fresh in the minds of his fans.

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1: Sholay:

Sholay was were the Gabbar Singh character received more love than Jai's or Veeru's character. The movie was directed by Ramesh Sippy and it also featured Amitabh, Dharmendra, Hema, and Jaya in prominent roles. In the movie were Jai-Veeru's friendship and Basanti's tanga and her innocent dialogues were loved by the audiences. But there was also this iconic villain whose dialogues instilled fear among many for years. Here's a list of them:

  • Kitne aadmi the?

  • Jab tak tere pair chalenge uski saans chalegi … tere pair ruke toh yeh bandook chalegi

  • Tera kya hoga Kaalia?

  • Joh darr gaya … samjho marr gaya

  • Yahan se pachas pachas kos door gaon mein … jab bachcha raat ko rota hai, toh maa kehti hai bete soo ja … soo ja nahi toh Gabbar Singh aa jayega

  • Holi kab hai … kab hai Holi, kab?

  • Yeh Ramgarh waale apni betiyon ko kaun chakki ka pisa aata khilate hai re?

  • Kya samajhkar aaye the … ki sardar bahut khush hoga, shabashi dega?

  • Che goli aur aadmi teen … bahut nainsaafi hai yeh

  • Yeh Haath Hum Ko De Thakur…

Apart from Sholay, his other dialogues that made Gabbar famous for his villain roles were from movies like Laawaris, Kaalia, Himmatwala, Qurbani and Kasam Vaade. The actor impressed everyone with his acting skills and with his dialogue delivery style. Here are some of his thundering dialogues that made him the Gabbar Singh of Bollywood.

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2: Kaalia:

  • Daulat ka pedh jab bhi ughta hai … paap ki zameen mein hi ughta hai

  • Kutto aur Bhikariyoon ko andar aana mana hai

3: Laawaris:

  • Aulad na ho dukh hota hai … aulad ho aur marr jaye bahut dukh hota hai … lekin aulad ho aur nalayak, toh bardaash nahi hota -

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4: Himmatwala:

  • Tumhari yeh baat sunkar mera dil Hyderabad ki tarah aabad ho gaya

  • Main tumhe Kashmir se baghakar, Jammu mein girakar, Delhi mein uthakar, Bhopal mein ghumakar, Madras mein nachakar, Kanyakumari mein thokar maarkar … Lanka ke samundar mein phek doonga

Kasme Vaade:

  • Kabhi Kabhi dushman ki zindagi uski maut se jyada fayedemand hoti hai

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