John Abraham is well known by his fans for the wide array characters he plays in films. The star has completed 20 years in Bollywood. In 20 years, he has worked in many movies and has delivered many memorable dialogues. From his presence in Dhoom 1 as the bike robber to his role of a don in Shootout at Wadala, he has managed to make fans happy with his dialogues. Here are few such dialogues from his movies.
John Abraham plays the role of an upcoming don in Mumbai named Manya Surve. This movie is about the first-ever registered encounter done by the Mumbai Police. It took place on November 1, 1982, and is based on a true story. In this movie, as Manya Surve, John delivers a dialogue “Shareer mein 206 haddiyan hai, aur samvidhan mein 1670 kanoon ... haddi se lekar kanoon sab todhta hoon”. Another memorable dialogue from the movie is “Zung hathyaaro ko lagta hai ... iraado ko nahi”. The fans seemed to really appreciate these lines from the film.
John Abraham plays the role of a robber who is disguised as a waiter in a pizza restaurant. He is the leader of a bike gang which has planned to rob a casino in the movie. During a pep talk with his partners, John delivers the dialogue, “Tezzi goli mein nahi ... chalane waale mein hoti hai.” Another memorable dialogue from this movie is “Mere rules koi nahi todh sakta ... main bhi nahi”.
John Abraham was seen as a cop in the narcotics department. In the film, John takes down a drug dealer who has made a master plan to bring down all the other drug dealers and becomes the supreme kingpin. The hit movie generated ₹ 80 crores in the box office. His dialogue from this movie “Neend ki dawi mat dena… nahi toh hosh mein aate hi pehele tumhe maar doonga” is popular among fans even today.
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