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Raaj Kumar’s 8 Most Iconic and Unforgettable Dialogues

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Raaj Kumar, the iconic and charismatic star of Bollywood is no more with us. However, he is still remembered for his dialogues which he rendered in style with traces of arrogance never seen before. He would say the most audacious dialogues in a style that enamored everyone and even critics and friends alike. Here are a few of his most iconic dialogues which are remembered even decades after they were first heard.

1 ‘Waqt’- ‘Jaani, yeh chaku hai, lag jaaye to khoon nikal jaata hai’.

“Jaani, yeh chaku hai, lag jaaye to khoon nikal jaata hai”. One of the most remembered dialogues from the Multistarrer Film “Waqt”. The film also had many big stars but Raaj Kumar stood out for his unique dialogue delivery.

‘Waqt’- ‘Jaani, yeh chaku hai, lag jaaye to khoon nikal jaata hai’

2. ‘Insaniyat Ke Dushman’-‘Har aakhri shabd ke baad ek full stop hota hai; aur woh full stop hum hai’

Another iconic dialogue from the film “Insaniyat Ke Dushman’ where Raaj Kumar plays a conscientious Jailer who does not take diktats from a politician  

‘Insaniyat Ke Dushman’-‘Har aakhri shabd ke baad ek full stop hota hai; aur woh full stop hum hai’

3. ‘Tiranga’-‘Na talwar ki dhaar se, na goliyan ki bauchaar se…banda darta hai toh, sirf parvar digaar se’

From the film “Tiranga” this dialogue was spoken when Raaj Kumar meets the villain named Gendaswamy. The film also had Nana Patekar, another actor with a huge attitude which often creaed problems for others.

‘Tiranga’-‘Na talwar ki dhaar se, na goliyan ki bauchaar se…banda darta hai toh, sirf parvar digaar se’

4. ‘Saudagar’- ‘Hum tumhe maarenge, aur zaroor maarenge…lekin woh Bandook bhi hamari hogi, Goli bhi hamari hogi aur waqt bhi hamara hoga.’

It must have taken raw courage for Producer Subhash Ghai to cast Raaj Kumar and Dilip Kumar together. However the Indian public loved it especially the scene when Raaj Kumar’s helicopter land in his enemies territory and the above dialogue was rendered.

‘Saudagar’- ‘Hum tumhe maarenge, aur zaroor maarenge…lekin woh Bandook bhi hamari hogi, Goli bhi hamari hogi aur waqt bhi hamara hoga.’

5. ‘Police Public’- ‘Sher ki khaal pehenkar aaj tak koi aadmi sher nahin ban saka’

Raaj Kumar plays the role of a CBI officer and the above dialogue happens when Raaj Kumar admonishes a corrupt Police Officer played by Naseruddin Shah.

Police Public’- ‘Sher ki khaal pehenkar aaj tak koi aadmi sher nahin ban saka’

6. ‘Marte Dum Tak’-‘Hum tumhe aisi maut maarenge…tumhari aane wali nasalon ki neend bhi uss maut ke khauf se udh jayegi.’

Another Godfather like crime potboiler but who cares when Raaj Kumar renders the most audacious dialogues, his fans just lap it and ask for more.

‘Marte Dum Tak’-‘Hum tumhe aisi maut maarenge…tumhari aane wali nasalon ki neend bhi uss maut ke khauf se udh jayegi.’

7. ‘Waqt’-‘ ‘chinoy seth, jinake ghar sheeshe ke bane hote hain vo doosaron par patthar nahin phenkate’

Raaj Kumar’s dialogue “chinoy seth, jinake ghar sheeshe ke bane hote hain vo doosaron par patthar nahin phenkate…” in director Yash Chopra’s film ‘Waqt’ in 1965 is still very famous.

‘Waqt’-‘ ‘chinoy seth, jinake ghar sheeshe ke bane hote hain vo doosaron par patthar nahin phenkate’

8. ‘Marte Dam Tak’- ‘Dada toh is duniya mein sirf do hain…ek upar waala aur doosre hum’

Raaj Kumar was the first actor who had his own peculiar degree of swag and he never compromised on it. Raaj Kumar is rumored to increase his fees after a flop but it rarely happened and most of his films were blockbusters.

‘Marte Dam Tak’- ‘Dada toh is duniya mein sirf do hain…ek upar waala aur doosre hum’

Manoj Nair: With a decade of news writing across various media platforms, Manoj is a seasoned professional. His dual role as an English teacher underscores his command over communication. He adeptly covers Politics, Technology, Crypto, and more, reflecting a broad and insightful perspective that engages and informs diverse audiences.

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