I-Day: Bollywood and TV stars reveal their favourite patriotic dialogues
Be it actor Shah Rukh Khan’s dialogues from Chak De India or Sunny Deol’s dialogues from Gadar, these actors share their favourite lines with us.tv Updated: Aug 14, 2016 19:09 IST
On Independence Day, Bollywood and television actors share their favourite dialogues from patriotic Bollywood films.
“ ‘Yeh Musalman ka khoon yeh Hindu ka khoon ... bata is mein Musalman ka kaunsa Hindu ka kaunsa, bata.’ This dialogue Nana Patekar’s from the film Krantiveer (1994) . The moment left a huge impact on me .”
“I like this dialogue from Chak De! India (2007) as it is the ultimate dream. ‘Mujhe states ke naam na sunai dete hai na dikhai dete hai.. sirf ek mulk ka naam sunai deta hai: INDIA! We all should hear,think and dream India as a whole.Anekta me Ekta!’”
“ ‘Humara Hindustan Zindabad tha,zindabad hai aur Zindabad rahega.’ I love this dialogue from Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (2001) because it is so inspirational.”
“I loved the way Swades (2004) was made and there was one dialogue which I don’t know if am getting it right, but it goes like this ‘Main nahi manta hamara desh duniya ka sabse mahaan desh hai ... lekin yeh zaroor manta hoon ... ki hum mein kabliyat hai, taqat hai, apne desh ko mahaan banane ki’ It felt real and it felt as though it was any normal person saying it. We are a nation capable of many great things wish we used all our resources that same way.”
“‘Tum doodh mangoge hum kheer denge … tum Kashmir mangoge hum cheer denge’ this one dialogue from the film Maa Tujhhe Salaam (2002), I can never forget.’”
“I love this dialogue from Chak De! India (2007). ‘Mujhe states ke naam na sunai dete hai na dikhai dete hai … sirf ek mulk ka naam sunai deta hai India.’ I love this because it’s preaching a united, secular India. The film had a deep human message too.”
“ ‘Door se commentary dena bahut aasaan hota hai. Doosron ko gaali dena aur bhi aasaan. Agar tumhein itni problem hai to tum badlo na desh… Lekin tum nahin karoge. Main bataun kyun? Kyunki ghar ki safaai mein haath gande kyun karein?’” I love this dialogue from Rang De Basanti (2006). I also loved the way Aamir (Khan) spoke the dialogue with so much emotion.
“ My favourite patriotic dialogue is written by Manoj Kumar saab for film Upkar (1967): ‘Mera Bharat Mahaan’, the dialogue is enough to charge me and put me in a patriotic mode.”
“I love this dialogue from Rang De Basanti. ‘Door se commentary dena bahut aasaan hota hai. Doosron ko gaali dena aur bhi aasaan. Agar tumhein itni problem hai to tum badlo na desh… Lekin tum nahin karoge. Main bataun kyun? Kyunki ghar ki safaai mein haath gande kyun karein?’”