As we raise a toast to the timeless charisma of Jackie Shroff on his birthday, let’s embark on a journey through his cinematic legacy, illuminated by his iconic dialogues. Each line not only showcased his versatility but also left an enduring impact on Bollywood. Here’s a celebration of the man, the Bidu, and the unforgettable dialogues.
Wahin toh ‘D’ se Dil hota hain… ‘D’ se Dard hota hain…
Talking about love, saying it comes with joy and pain.
Har khal nayak mein ek nayak chhupa hua hota hai.
Every bad guy has a good side, a deep thought from “Khalnayak.”
The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war.
A wise saying from “Border” about being prepared in calm times for tough situations.
Aapki kameez ka size bohat chhota hai sir…
A funny comment on shirt size in “Hero,” showing Jackie’s charm.
Haath na chhodna. Saath na chhodna.
A strong message on loyalty from “Dhoom 3.”
Hum hi hum hai toh kya hum hai? Tum hi tum ho toh kya tum ho?
Talking about unity and identity in “Border.”
Baaz: A Bird In Danger
Khaas samay par khaas kaam ke liye khaas insaan ko dhoond lena meri khaasiyat hai.
Jackie Shroff expressing determination in “Baaz: A Bird In Danger.”
Shootout at Wadala
Is vardi ka rang khaki kis liye hai pata hai?
Questioning the purpose of the khaki uniform in “Shootout at Wadala” and the weightage it carries.
Aan: Men At Work
Tum hamesha jeetne waale ghodhe par hi paisa lagate ho.
Talking about betting on the winning horse in “Aan: Men At Work.”
Kabhi kabhi kismat maut se pehle pahunch jaati hai.
Reminding us that sometimes destiny arrives before death in “Farz.”