The Hatke Khan, Kader Khan- King of Dialogues

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In a refreshing diversion that might not be very blatantly characteristic of the nepotism infected domain that Bollywood has largely been over the years, the starry lanes of tinsel town has also been witness to such arrays of talent that are as diversive. From actors who have dabbled in singing, directing and screenwriting to assistants behind the camera who have successful transitioned to being a dominant presence in front of it, the glitz of glamour often a times comes also resplendent in the dazzle of dexterity.

One such charismatic personality who have graced the alleys of this land where shooting dreams and starry auras sum it up all has been the ever lovable, ever intriguing man of the masses. A phenomenal actor and no less phenomenal a force behind some of the most memorable dialogues in many iconic films, Kader Khan has been a legend unparalleled. Having made his appearance in some 300 movies over the course of his illustrious career in Bollywood, here’s a star sans the starry tantrums. His many comic roles in a wide range of films is what made Kader Khan a household name, even when he starred as the lead or as the villain in quite a few of his filmy ventures.

Less explored however is the realm of highly commonplace yet iconic dialogues that this man had let his pen spell magic through with such panache. Among the many educated stars of Bollywood having completed his graduation in civil engineering, Kader Khan sure is among the doyen of Bollywood actors whose movies are a definite reminder of his legacy. But beyond that and as exemplarirly, his also is a talent that does not confine him to being just a commendable actor. Through his many verses and one liners or even more effectively with a mere set of words churning out phrases, Khan essentially held on to the colloquial jargon so fluently in even his artistic writings that establishes further his geniosity.

What perhaps sets Kader Khan apart from the rest of his clan in Bollywood is his versatility. Either as one of the Bollywood actors to have acted in the most movies or as the dialogue writer who could effectively set off other much established names in a tizzying complex, Khan was second to none. Not practically at least.

From endowing Amitabh Bachchan with his much raved about Angry Young Man image to being the man somewhat directing the memorable David Dhawan- Govinda range of films to himself starring in some of the most remarkable comic flicks with Govinda, Kader Khan has helped some of the biggest stars of the industry establish their prowess as well. That’s indeed what you come to expect of a man defined by his success through struggles and hard work.

And even when Khan’s dialogues are not the ones to be exactly endowed with the proverbial grandeur expected of men well versed in Urdu, that does not render any of his dialogues any less competent. In fact it is a marked stature of the versatility his talent encompassed that let Khan make a mark by wading in a territory more familiar. In enthusing his vocabulary of words with such styles that brought out not just the deepest emotions but also touched upon commonly prevalent but no less hard hitting feels in the thought hierarchy, Khan established himself once again as a man as being one among the masses. Needless to say, in sticking to what appealed as the norm, Khan perhaps also doubled the entertainment quota of such films he so deftly worded.

From the iconic Sholay line “Itna sannata kyon hain bhai?” to some preachy Muqaddar ka Sikandar verses and the sometimes profound, sometimes hilarious ones that are credited to him, Kader Khan has for sure immortalised himself through his impressive legacy. Here’s listing some of the lines that has flowed from the pen of this veteran man of many talents whose wit was perhaps only an extension of how sedulous and complete he was as a person-

Roti (1974)

Aadmi ke seene mein khanjar bhokane se woh sirf ek baar marta hai … lekin jab kisi ka dil tootta hai na toh usse baar-baar marna padta hai, har roz marna padta hai.

Kasoor mera nahin, roti ki kasam, bhook ki duniya mein imaan badal jaate hai.

Sholay (1975)

Itna sannata kyon hai bhai?

Angrez ke zamaane ke jailor.

Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)

Jindagi mein aadmi doich time inta jaldi bhagta hai – Olympic ka race ho ya polis ka case ho. Tum kaay ko bhaagta hai men?

Apan Famous Aadmi. Bada Bada Paper Mein Apanka Chota Chota Photo Chapta Hai. Lucky Man.

Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni (1989)

Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni
Source: Osianama

Haraam ki daulat insaan ko shuru shuru mein sukh zaroor deti hai. Magar baad mein le jaakar ek aise dukh ke sagar mein dhakel deti hai jaha marte dam tak sukh ka kinaara kabhi najar nahi aata

Sukh to bewafa tabayaf ki tarah hai. Jo aaj iske paas kal uske paas. Agar insaan dukh se dosti kar le to fir zindagi mein kabhi usko sukh ki tamanna hi nahi rahegi.

Tumhari umr mere tajurbe se bahut kam hai, tumne utni diwaliya nahi dekhi jitni maine tum jaise bikne walo ki barbaadiya dekhi hai

Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (1978)

Zinda hai woh log jo maut se takraate hai, murdon se battar hai woh log jo maut se ghabraate hai.

Sukh to bewafa hai aata hai jata hai, dukh hi apna saathi hai, apne saath rehta hai. Dukh ko apna le tab taqdeer tere kadmo mein hongi aur tu muqaddar ka baadshah hoga.

Agneepath (1990)

Agneepath (1990)
Source: Osianama

Vijay Dinanath Chauhan, Poora Naam. Baap Ka Naam Dinanath Chauhan. Maa ka naam Suhasini Chauhan. Gaon Mandwa, Umr 36 saal 9 mahina 8 din aur ye solahwa ghanta chaalu hai.

Sawaal jis zabaan mein kiya jaye … jawaab us hi zabaan mein dena chahiye.

Aaj shaam che baje maut ke saath apna appointment hai.

Judaai (1997)

Judaai (1997)
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Itni si haldhi, saare ghar mein mal di, batao kiski sarkar banegi?

Karma (1986)

Is Thappad Ki Gunj Suni Tumne? Ab iss gunj ki gunj tumhe sunaai degi.

Mr. Natwarlal (1979)

Mr. Natwarlal
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Har chor apni maut marta nahi … maara jaata hai.

Aap hai kis marz ki dawa, ghar mein baithe rehte hai, ye shair marna mera kaam hai? Koi mawali smuggler ho to maaru main shair kyon maaru, main toh khisak raha hoon aur aapme chamatkar nahi hai to aap bhi khishak lo.

Suhaag (1994)

Kisi bhi achchi cheez ko mashoor hone mein waqt lagta hai.

Laawaris (1981)

Laawaris (1981)
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Apun kutte ki woh dum hai joh barah baras nalli mein daalke rakho … nalli tedhi ho jayegi … apun seedha nahi hoga.

Apun jiske darwaze pe paon rakhta hai na … uske aakha department ka darwaza band ho jaata hai.

Yaarana (1981)

Yaarana
Source: Cinestaan

Tere liye toh maine nark ke darwaze bhi bandh kar diye kamine.

Angaar (1992)

Angaar (1992)
Source: The Republic

Aise tohfe (banduke) dene wale dost nahi hota hai, tere baap ne 40 saal Mumbai par hukumat ki hai in khilone ke bal par nahi, apne dam par.

Kanoon Apna Apna (1989)

Kanoon Apna Apna
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Hum ka hai maloom. RDU yaani Rickshaw Driver Union ka leader hoon. Iske alawa HGU matlab Haath Gaari ki jo union hai, uska bhi leader hoon. Koi mamooli aadmi nahi hoon.

Satte Pe Satta (1982)

Satte Pe Satta
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Daru peeta nahi hai apun, kyonki maalum hai daaru peene se liver kharab ho jaata hai, liver.

Sapoot (1996)

Sapoot (1996)
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Kitna fark hai tum me aur mujh me. Tum dushman ko taane maarte ho aur main dushman ko goli marta hoon.

Aatish (1994)

Aatish (1994)
Source: Wattpad

Zindagi Mein Toofan Aaye, Qayamat Aaye …Magar Kabhi Dosti Mein Daraar Na Aane Paaye

Jab zindagi ki gaari ishq ke petrol par atak jaaye to us gaari mein thora sa shaadi ka petrol daal dena chahiye to gaari aage badh jaat hai.

Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri (1990)

Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri
Source: TVwiz

Tumhe bakhshish kaha se doon, meri garrebi ka to yeh haal hai ki kisi fakir ki arthi ko kandha doon toh wo usse apni insult maan kar arthi se kud jaata hai.

Laanat hai, na pet mein daana hai na lote mein paani hai. Na bundle mein beeri hai na maachis mein teeli hai.

Hum (1991)

Hum (1991)
Source: Daily.Social

Kehte hai kisi aadmi ki seerat agar jaanni ho toh uski surat nahi uske pairo ki taraf dekhna chahiye, uske kapro ko nahi uske juto ki taraf dekh lena chahiye.

Mohabbat ko samajhna hai to pyaare khud mohabbat kar… kinaare se kabhi andaaz-e-toofan nahi hota.

Aaisi maut marenge … ki ek baar maut ko bhi paseena aa jayega.

Bachpan ki buri aadatein aur buri baatein insaan ko bura bana deti hai.

Naseeb (1997)

Naseeb (1997)
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Zindagi to khuda ki rehmat hai. Jo nahi samjha, uski zindagi par laanat hai.

Pyar hum dono ne kiya … magar tadapna sirf mere naseeb mein aaya

Auro ke liye gunnah sahi. Hum peeye to shabab banti hai. Aur sau gamo ko nichorne ke baad ek katra sharaab banti hai.

Waqt se pehle aur naseeb ke baad koi cheez agar tere paas dene ko ho to mujhe de dena.

Aunty No. 1 (1998)

Aunty No. 1 (1998)
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“Yeh duniya jhoot ke paiyon par chalne waali woh gaadi hai … jis mein petrol ki jagah gareebon ke armaan jalte hai” and

“Bahar jinki hoti hai puja … andhar se woh aadmi hota hai duja”

Coolie No. 1 (1995)

Coolie No. 1 (1995)
Source: Discogs

Duniya mera ghar hai, bus stand mera adda hai, jab mann kare aa jana, Raju mera naam hai … aur pyar se log mujhe bulate hai … coolie no. 1.

Coolie (1983)

Bachpan se sar par alah ka haath aur allahrakha hai apne saath, baju par 786 ka hai billa, 20 number ki beeri peeta hoon aur naam hai Iqbal.

Kaalia (1981)

Kaalia (1981)
Source: Filmaffinity

Hum jaha khare ho jaate hai, line wahi se shuru hoti hai.

Khoon Bhari Maang (1988)

Ladki ka model ho ya gadi ka … waqt ke saath saath dono purani ho jaati hai.

Qatl Karte Hai Aur Haath Main Talwar Bhi Nahin.

Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994)

Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994)
Source: IMDb

Hume sirf ek take milta hai, sirf ek take… aur agar uss ek take mein humse koi galati ho jati hai … toh maut ke samne zindagi ghutne take deti hai.

Sarfarosh (1999)

Sarfarosh (1999)
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Dawa bhi kaam na aaye, koi dua na lage … mere khuda kisiko pyar ki hawa na lage.

Himmatwala (1983)

Himmatwala (1983)
Source: Sridevi

Maalik mujhe nahi pata tha ki bandook lagaye aap mere piche khade hai. Mujhe laga, mujhe laga ki koi jaanwar apne seengh se mere piche khatballu bana raha hai.

Sarkaar agar iss gaon ke sar hai, toh main uska seengh hoon aur jo hamari baat nahi maanta, main usse seengh markar singapur bana deta hoon.

Dulhe Raja (1998)

Dulhe Raja (1998)
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Kya gazab karte ho secretary sahab, kyon muhabbat ke shisho ko buddhape ke patthar se tor rahe ho.

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