Showing posts with label Famous dialogue. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Famous dialogue. Show all posts

Monday, 23 December 2019

The Shenhanshah of Bollywood completes 50 years in Film Industry

Amitabh Bachchan completed 50 years in the Indian film industry as his debut film Saat Hindustani was released on November 7, 1969. To date, he appeared in about 200 films. Most of his films were successful.
We are all blessed to witness the greatness! There is so much to admire, to learn and even more to appreciate. Several generations of cinema lovers get to say we lived in the times of BACHCHAN
Bachchan has given memorable performances in films and is a four-time National Film Awards winner. He has been selected unanimously for #DadaSahabPhalke award. for this year which is to be given today.
Even at 77, Amitabh Bachchan can give any newcomer a run for his money. Big B is one actor who has constantly reinvented himself and has earned the love and respect of all generations.
Here are few fav scenes from his films
Scene from  Anand

A scene from Amar Akbar Anthony

A scene from Namak Halal

A scene from Satte Pe Satta

A scene from Deewar

A scene from Mr Natwarlal

A scene from Baghban

A scene from Don

A scene from Sholay

Sunday, 9 December 2018

Shatrughan Sinha- The Chhainu of Mere Apne

Shatrughan Sinha  (9 December 1945) who made his debut from 1969 film Saajan is in his 50th year in Bollywood. He was first signed by Dev Anand for Prem Pujari in a very small role of a Pakistani soldier but the film was released later.
He earned his stardom with Gulzar's Mere Apne (1971). As the rough-edged street don Chhainu, who hates rival Vinod Khanna's guts, Shatrughan's impact was raw but powerful. His dialogue from Mere Apne "Shyaam Aaye to Keh Dena ki Chenu Aaya Tha " attracted the Bollywood lovers. His deep baritone, his style and his fiery eyes everything made him the darling of masses.

He became the only villain in Bollywood who received claps from the audience when he beats the Hero. Mere Apne won Shatrughan Sinha labels like Wonder Boy and Wonder Villain. His career steamed full throttle and Sinha happily blustered his way in viperous roles in films like Rampur Ka Lakshman, Bhai Ho To Aisa and Heera.
As the rough-edged street don Chhainu, who hates rival Vinod Khanna's guts, Shatrughan's impact was raw but powerful. He amplified his hearty voice to the full. Costar Meena Kumari complimented him on his ability to deliver dialogues without pausing at the expected moments. 
Mere Apne was released during a year that was enriched by films like Anand, Amar Prem, Guddi, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Mera Gaon Mera Desh, Tere Mere Sapne, Caravan, Buddha Mil Gaya. No awards came Mere Apne’s way but it remains a timeless classic for its realistic depiction of social issues.
After the role of Chhainu and its dialogues, Shatrughan Sinha became a craze among masses. As proof of his burgeoning popularity, Manmohan Desai was forced to heed his distributors and include a reformation scene in Bhai Ho To Aisa (1972). The public could no longer accept Sinha as an all-black villain. Sinha's style -- in the midst of an action-packed fight, he would take time off to check out if his watch was working -- suddenly made most villains look like they belonged to the age of the Flintstones.

Dialogue of Mere Apne

Song of Sabak 1973

Song of Blackmail 1973

Song of Badlaa 1974

Song of Dost 1974

Song of Aadmi Sadak Ka 1977

Song of Dostana 1980

Thursday, 11 October 2018

The Voice that was rejected by All India Radio became the USP of Amitabh Bachchan

Amitabh Bachchan, who had wished to become a radio presenter before he tried his luck in Bollywood, his was rejected by  All India Radio Delhi. He tried in Bombay too by visiting the studios multiple times but failed to make the cut as Ameen Sayaani didn’t clear him. Later in an interview, he regretted denying him an audition.
Amitabh Bachchan was first heard rather than seen. His richly textured voice provides the sardonic voiceover in Mrinal Sen’s satire 1969 Bhuvan Shome.
Bollywood had many Actors with a powerful voice and great dialogue delivery. As per my knowledge these people may or may not be equally big stars but their voice had an impact.In the present scenario, Amitabh Bachchan remains the No one, no other actor near him with such a powerful voice and powerful dialogue delivery. He has been a narrator, a playback singer, and presenter for numerous programmes.He is the only actor who gave his voice as Sutradhar in more than 20 films. Renowned film director Satyajit Ray was so impressed with Bachchan's voice that he decided to use Bachchan as the narrator in his 1977 film Shatranj Ke Khilari.In this blog I discuss some of the films in which he gave his voice 

Bhuvan Shome - Cult Classic Groundbreaking Indian Film - Narrated By Amitabh Bachchan(watch from 7:25 to 8:25 minute)

After Bhuwan Shome it was Hrishikesh Mukherjee who took his voice in 1972 film Bawarchi as narrator. Later Satyajit Ray took him as narrator for 1977 film Shatranj Ke Khiladi. The film was set in the backdrop of the British annexation of Avadh and starred Sanjeev Kumar, Amjad Khan and Saeed Jaffrey in key roles. Also, this may be the only Satyajit Ray film that Amitabh Bachchan has worked for.

J P Dutta also used his services as the narrator in his 1985 film Ghulami. Again in 1989 film Batwara he worked as a narrator. In 1996 in his own production Tere Mere Sapne he was the narrator. In 1999 film Hello Brother his voice was used as the God's voice.

Aamir Khan starrer required a strong and credible voice for Lagaan and there was no one else who could fit the bill other than Amitabh Bachchan. Ashutosh Gowariker who was the director of Lagaan approached Big B yet again for a voiceover in his period drama, Jodhaa Akbar. And this time around, the film starred none other than Aishwarya Rai, who is Amitabh Bachchan’s daughter-in-law in real life.
He also gave his voice for 2005 film Parineeta. He mentioned in an interview how lending his voice for Parineeta made him nostalgic because of his strong connection with Bengali culture and literature.  

In recent years he gave his voice for Ra one and Krishh 3, he will be lending his voice to the Hindi version of 'The Big Friendly Giant', a 2016 American fantasy adventure film directed and produced by Steven Spielberg. The film is based on the 1982 novel of the same name by Roald Dahl.
A unique film was released in 2015 named Shamitabh written and directed by R. Balki. The film features Amitabh BachchanDhanush and Akshara Haasan, in her debut, .Dhanush who plays a deaf and mute junior artiste.He meets assistant director Akshara Pandey (Akshara Haasan) who is impressed by his talent. She shows his video, shot on her phone, to her director, Anay Verma (Ivan Rodrigues), but he rejects casting a mute hero. Akshara's father, a doctor, treats Danish after he gets into a fight with security guards. On his recommendation, Danish and Akshara arrive at Finland to meet his friend who shows Danish their new "Live Voice Transfer Technology", that uses embedded micro-recorders and ear-pieces and enables mute people to communicate via a "borrowed" voice.
On returning to Mumbai meet Amitabh Sinha played by Amitabh Bachchan and ask him to lend his voice to Danish; he accepts, and signs an agreement not to disclose himself as Danish's voice. So in this film, Amitabh voice was used for the hero as well as himself. 

            Amitabh Bachchan lends his voice - Shamitabh

Besides giving his voice for films he sang for himself in many films. Here are some of the songs sung by him.

The first song is sung in a film Mr Natwar Lal
Song of Mr Natwar Lal 1979

Song of Silsila 1981

Song of Laawaris 1981

Song of Silsila 1981

Song of Baghban 2003

Song of Baghban 2003

Song of Nishabd 2007

Song of Shamitabh 2015

                                          Ekla Cholo Re Full Song from Kahaani

                                                            Tu Chal | PINK | 2017

Song of 102 Not Out 2018

Monday, 8 October 2018

Raj Kumar- Better Known for his Style and Dialogue Delivery

We all know Dev Anand as Style Icon but there was another stylish actor in the Golden Era that was Raj Kumar. His special type of dialogue delivery is still loved by all of us, He was the only superstar with a royal attitude.
Recall the B.R. Chopra's Waqt, Raj Kumar towered among the stalwarts, his baritone spouting one of the most memorable dialogues in Hindi films: “Chinai Seth , chhuri bachchon ke khelne kee cheez nahin hoti, haath kat jaye to khoon nikal aata hai.” 
In this blog today I have selected the epic dialogues of Rajkumar that can never be forgotten.

Most Popular Songs of Raj Kumar

Song from Song from Dil Ek Mandir 1963

Song from Kaajal 1965

Song of Mere Huzoor 1968

Song from Hamraaz 1967

Song from Neelkamal 1968

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

The Iconic One Liners of Bollywood

Bollywood films are known for their Songs and Dance but  Bollywood films are also exceedingly popular with audiences for their Dialogues. While dialogues in movies have been popular since the black and white era, tongue-in-cheek one liner’s are a rather recent phenomenon.A one liner can be funny, serious, or thought provoking depending on the situation in the film. Over the years dialogue writers in Hindi films have written some memorable one liner’s that have become hugely popular with movie lovers.
In old films some of the common one liners were “Kya issi din ke liye tujhe pal pos ke paida kiya tha”,Mein tumhare bache ki maa baaney wali hoon,and Dharmendra's famous one liner "Kuttey, kameeney main tera khoon pee jaoonga or main tujhe jaan se maar doonga"
In this blog I am taking 30 such one Liners or Dialogues Of Bollywood

  1. Kitne aadmi the” (Sholay- Amjad Khan- 1975)

2 “Hum jaha pe khade ho jaate hein, line wahi se shuru hoti hai” (Kaalia- Amitabh Bachchan- 1981)

3 "Mere paas… mere paas maa hai” (Deewar- Shashi Kapoor- 1975)

"Mogambo khush hua" (Mr. India- Amrish Puri- 1987)

5“Ye dhai kilo ka hath jab kisi pe padta hai na, to aadmi uthta nahi uth jata hai” (Damini- Sunny Deol- 1993)

6 “Don ka intezaar toh baarah mulko ki Police kar rahi hai, magar Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahin Namumkin hai” (Don- Amitabh Bachchan- 1978)

7 "Rishte mein to hum tumhare baap lagte hain, naam hai Shahenshah” (Shahenshah- Amitabh Bachchan- 1988)

8 “Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, To Apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta” (Wanted- Salman Khan- 2009)

9  Saara sheher mujhe Loin ke naamse jaanta hai" (Kalicharan- Ajit- 1976)

10  "Kaun kambakht bardaasht karne ko peeta hai? Main toh peeta hoon ke bas saans le saku" (Devdas- Dilip Kumar- 1955)

11 “Jinke ghar shishe ke ho, woh dusro pe patthar nahin pheka kar te” (Waqt- Raj Kumar- 1965)

12  “Jao pehle uska sign ley kar aao jisne mere haatho mey ye likh diya” (Deewar- Amitabh Bachchan- 1979)

13  Taareekh pe taareekh milti rahi hai lekin insaaf nahin milta. Milte hai to sirf taareekh” (Damini- Sunny Deol- 1993)

14  "Aapke paon dekhe, bahut haseen hai. Inhe zameen par mat utariyega, maile ho jayenge” (Pakeezah- Raj Kumar- 1972)

15 "Bade bade shehron mein aisi chhoti chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain” (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge- Shah Rukh Khan- 1995)

16  “Aaj khush to bahut hoge tum” (Deewar- Amitabh Bachchan- 1975)

17  “Life Mein Teen Cheezen kabhi underestimate mat karna, I, me and myself”- Salman Khan-2011)

18  "Jali ko aag kehte hain, bhuji ko raakh kehte hain, jis raakh se barood bane usey Vishwanath kehte hain” (Vishwanath- Shatrughan Sinha- 1978))

19  “Chedi Singh… hum tumme itne ched karenge ke confuse ho jaoge saans kaha se le aur paade kaha se” (Dabangg- Salman Khan- 2010)

20  Yeh Musalman ka khoon yeh Hindu ka khoon … bata is mein Musalman ka kaunsa Hindu ka kaunsa, bata! (Krintiveer- Nana Patekar- 1994)

21 “Anarkali, Salim ki mohabbat tumhe marne nahin degi aur hum tumhe jeene nahin denge” (Mughal-e-Azam- Prithviraj Kapoor- 1960)

22 "Pushpa, I hate tears... inhe ponch dalo” (Amar Prem- Rajesh Khanna- 1971)

23 “Prem naam hai mera, Prem Chopra” (Bobby- Prem Chopra- 1973)
24 "Hum sab rangmanch ki kathputliyan hain jinki dor uparwale ki ungliyon se bandhi hui hai. Kab kaun uthega koi nahin bata sakta” (Anand- Rajesh Khanna- 1970) 

25 “Jo main bolta hu wo main karta hoon, jo mani nahi bolta wo main definitely karta hu” (Rowdy Rathore- Akshay Kumar- 2012) 

26 “Basanti! In Kutto ke samne mat nachna” (Sholay- Dharmendra- 1975)  

27 “Humara Hindustan Zindabad Tha, Zindabad Hai Aur Zindabad Rahega (Gadar- Sunny Doel- 2001)  

28 “Tension lene ka nahin, sirf dene ka" (Munnabhai MBBS- Sanjay Dutt- 2003) 

29 “Tum jis school mein padhte ho hum uske headmaster rah chuke hain” (Haath Ki Safai- Vinod Khanna- 1974)  

30  “Mooche ho to Nathulal jaise ho….warna na ho” (Sharaabi- Amitabh Bachchan- 1984)

Sunday, 12 November 2017

Remembering AMJAD KHAN on his 77th Birth Anniversary

Born on 12th Nov 1940 Amjad Khan was an actor who made the character of Gabbar Singh an Immortal.He played many good roles in Bollywood as well, but is still popularly known as the most dreaded villain.On the birth anniversary of the iconic actor, here are some of his famous dialogue that make him the best Bollywood villain till date.
Gabbar Singh's dialogue from sholay

                             Jo Daar Gya Samjho Mar Gya- Gabbar Singh Dialogue

                           Yeh Haath Humko Dede Thakur | Film - Sholay | Gabbar & Thakur

Scene from Kaalia

Song from Yaarana

Saturday, 23 September 2017

PREM CHOPRA-The Villain of 1960s and 70s

One of Bollywood’s most iconic actors, Prem Chopra(Born on 23rd Sept 1935) redefined the big screen bad guy – a sneering, leering villain who commanded as much screen presence as the highly glorified heroes of his time.In this blog I bring to you a list of few of the most entertaining dialogues said by him.The most famous is "Prem naam hai mera… Prem Chopra" from Bobby and "Main woh balaa hoon, jo sheeshey se patthar ko todta hoon." from Sauten released in 1983.
Clip from bobby 1973

Prem Chopra came into prominence from  Woh Kaun Thi?ShaheedMain Shaadi Karne Chala and Teesri Manzil. After Teesri Manzil and Upkaar, he was flooded with films as a villain. His peak period as main villain was from 1967 to 1974.After Sholay Amjad Khan became the No 1 Villain,Even after that he got plum roles as villains often with Amjad Khan and Ranjeet
                                            Prem Chopra in Shaheed 1965
 In the critically acclaimed comedy film Hulchul (1971), a remake of Anubhavam Pudhumai, he played the lead hero in this suspense thriller. He played the main lead in the 1970 box office hit small budget comedy film Samaj Ko Badal Dalo as lead hero,
His first famous dialogue was from 1970 film Kati Patang  "Main jo aag lagata hoon use boojhana bhi jaanta hoon" In 1973 Bobby released in which he did a guest appearance having the dialogue  " Prem naam hai mera, Prem Chopra" (My name is Prem, Prem Chopra) from the film Bobby became very popular. Another dialogue from Souten was - "Jinke Ghar Sheeshe Ke Hote Hain Woh Batti Bhujakar Kapde Badalte Hai"
 Some of his famous dialogues from the 1990s include - "Sharafat aur imaandaari ka certificate ye duniya sirf unhe deti hai jinke paas daulat hoti hai" from Aag Ka Gola (1990), "Bhains poonch uthayegi to gaana to nahi gayegi, gobar hi degi" from Aaj Ka Arjun (1990), "Tu Madhuri se thodi kum aur Mandakini se thodi zyada hai" from Aaj Ka Goonda Raj (1992), "Rajneeti ki bhains ke liye daulat ki lathi ki zaroorat hoti hai" from Khiladi (1992), "Kar bhala to ho bhala" from Raja Babu (1994) and "Nanga nahayega kya aur nichodega kya" from Dulhe Raja(1998).
Prem Chopra in Do Raaste

Beside Negative Characters he played few positive roles also.He considers that his best performances in positive roles came in Sikander-e-AzamKunwariShaheedJaadu Tona and Chori Chori Chupke Chupke.He had a great chemistry with Rajesh Khanna In an interview he said that his films with Rajesh Khanna were very special to him. Right from Doli , Do RaasteKati PatangDaagAjnabeePrem NagarMaha ChorMehboobaTyaagBebusAanchalJaanwarSoutenMaqsadAwaazShatruOonche LogWaapsi and Ghar Parivaar. 15 of 17 released were hits.
Famous dialogues of Prem Chopra
Dialogue from Bobby 1973

Famoud Dialogues from Various films

Few Songs Picturised on Prem Chopra

Song from Shaheed 1965

Song from Samaj Ko Badal Dalo 1970

Song from Nafrat 1973