Shahid Kapoor memorable dialogues

Shahid Kapoor has been one of the most underrated actors of Bollywood over the years. Though, he is still very young while compared to the Khans and Kumar’s and Devgn’s, but Shahid is quite an experienced actor who has given some mind blowing performances in the past.  It has been rather his ill fate or bad choice of movies which made the initial years of his acting career quite struggling. However, in the recent years Shahid Kapoor has been delivering some good movies with good stories and as always his phenomenal display of acting skills. Whether it is Kaminey, R…Rajkumar, Haider, Udta Punjab or his recent Padmaavat, Shahid Kapoor has shown his class with outstanding performances and excellent dialogue delivery as well.

Though, everyone is quite well versed with the great acting skills that Shahid Kapoor possess but he also has given some memorable dialogues in his movies which many of us may not be quite aware of. Therefore, let us look at some of the best dialogues of Shahid Kapoor movies in his acting career so far-

Dil ki agar sunu toh hai, dimag ki toh hai nahi … jaan loon ki jaan doon, main rahoon ki main nahi, Haider (2014) – Haider has always been considered as one of the best movies of Shahid Kapoor till date. Under the direction of Vishal Bharadwaj, he gave one of his finest performances. The expressions of pain, agony, fear and revenge were exquisitely performed by Shahid. For Haider, Shahid Kapoor for the time won the best actor awards in all the award ceremonies. This dialogue is intense as well as gritty as it comes in the situation when (Arshia) the character portrayed by Shradhha Kapoor insist Haider (Shahid Kapoor) to stop doing the wrong deeds in order to take the revenge of his father’s death. The background of this scene will give you Goosebumps. Such was the intense of Shahid’s dialogue delivery.

Silent ho ja … varna main violent ho jaonga, R Rajkumar (2013)R Rajkumar was the revival of Shahid Kapoor’s career. He was going through a very lean patch of not given a hit movie in almost 4 years when this movie happened. Although, this movie had not much of acting skills required in it was a fully entertaining masala picture, it was liked by the audience and critics also gave it average reviews, making R Rajkumar a much needed ht in the career of Shahid Kapoor. And who can forget the above dialogue, Silent ho ja … varna main violent ho jaonga was the signature dialogue of Shahid character (Rambo Rajkumar) whenever he used to start his fighting sequences.

Maine aaj tak kabhi kisi ke liye kuch nahi kiya … ek vaar kar lene de yaar … mukti mil jaani hai mujhe, Udta Punjab (2016)Udta Punjab is one of the most controversial movies of Shahid Kapoor. With the theme of Punjab and drug abuse, it faced a lot of protests from Punjab government but it ended well with the movie and it released smoothly at the box office. This movie yet again received very good appreciation from both audience and critics and it also became a hit at box office. This very dialogue is quite heart touching. This dialogue comes when the character portrayed by Alia Bhatt (Kumari Pinky) asked Rockstar Tommy Singh (Shahid Kapoor) of why he is trying to help her out. Tommy Singh, being a spoiled brat replied with this dialogue.

Bade se bada business … paise se nahi, ek bade idea se bada hota hai, Baadmash Company, (2010) – Baadmash Company is a Shahid Kapoor and Anushka Sharma Starrer movie which released in the year 2010. The movie was produced under Yash Raj banner and was a last hit of Shahid Kapoor until R Rajkumar. This dialogue is a classy one from the movie as it was said when Karan Singh Kapoor (Shahid Kapoor) who was a middle class youth but had a dream and inspiration of becoming a richer businessman when one of his friends asked that without money how thy can build a good business.

Chinta ko talwar ki nok pe rakhe, woh Rajput … ret ki naav lekar samundar se shart lagaye, woh Rajput … aur jiska sar kate phir bhi dhad dushman se ladta rahe, woh Rajput, Padmaavat, (2018) –  Now, who doesn’t know about this dialogue. This was the one of the two dialogues which was attached in the trailer of Padmaavat and it instantly became a hit. Though, Ranveer Singh Alauddin Khilji’s role has got the edge over everyone in the movie, this dialogue is by far the best dialogue of the movie. It was said by Rana Ratan Mewar Singh portrayed by Shahid Kapoor when his governor asked how he will manage to overcome the cunning plans of Alauddin. The delivery of this dialogue was excellent and it truly showed how courageous and honest the Rajput Kings were.

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