Bollywood movies are famous for their songs and dances. But interestingly there is something more than that which makes them famous. They are none other than hard-hitting dialogues from the movies. And the long-winded speech is something that stays with us, even when we leave the theatre. Here’s the list of the most hard-hitting and famous monologues:
1. Kartik Aaryan in Pyaar Ka Punchnama 1 & 2
Kartik Aaryan upped the level with a 7-minute long monologue in both, Pyaar Ka Punchnama 1 and 2. It won him applause from all corners. In the monologue dialogue, Kartik explains about the plight which every boyfriend faces.
2. Shah Rukh Khan in Chak De! India
The mind-blowing speech of Shah Rukh Khan has won a lot of hearts. It’s sheer Shah Rukh Khan’s magic that works and the team wins the game.
3. Ranbir Kapoor in Tamasha
The film features us about why going with the ‘safe’ choice is wrong as comparatively doing what you actually want to do. The movie states that taking a safe option never seems too hard as it will deliver a steady life with a secure income. The dramatic movie features Ranbir Kapoor who is truly praised for his stunning performance.
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4. Sunny Deol in Damini
The film gave us a brief about how power is used by the influentials to cover up their crimes. Sunny became a legend with his monologue dialogue and also went on to win a national award for the performance. The dialogue ‘Tareek pe tareek’ from this dramatic monologue has left its mark in the history of Bollywood.
5. Naseeruddin Shah in A Wednesday
The monologue from the film A Wednesday shows the mysterious caller revealing that he is nothing but a common man who was sick of living in fear of terror and decide to take things in his own hands. This has truly marked a major impact on the audience.
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This scene is the unsaid, unheard voice of every common man in India! Something that we all feel very strongly, what we all go through in our daily lives but never get a chance to express. We all have been living a life full of struggles for absolutely no mistake of our ours. But now, the common man speaks, common man like you and me. Let's hear and repeat the same. #AWednesday #filmyfriday #commonman #letsbringchange #fridayfeeling #motivatedweekend #movies #moviescenes #NayiDisha
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