10 Iconic dialogues from Jackie Shroff aka Bhidu celebrating his 40-year career at the movies

With a career spanning four decades, Jackie Shroff has etched his name as one of Bollywood's most beloved and versatile actors.

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With a career spanning four decades, Jackie Shroff has etched his name as one of Bollywood's most beloved and versatile actors. From his charismatic debut in "Hero" to the intense roles that followed, Shroff's unique style and impactful dialogues have left an indelible mark on the industry making the seasoned actor one of our favourites. As we celebrate his remarkable contribution, let's revisit some of the most memorable lines that defined his characters and contributed to the success of the movies.

"Wahin toh ‘D’ se Dil hota hain... ‘D’ se Dard hota hain..." - Devdas

In the timeless tale of Devdas, Jackie's portrayal of Chunni Babu added a touch of warmth to the narrative, showcasing his ability to bring depth to complex characters.

"Har khal nayak mein ek nayak chhupa hua hota hai." - Khalnayak

Jackie Shroff's intense performance as the conflicted Inspector Ram Kumar Sinha in Khalnayak not only captivated the audience but also showcased his ability to portray complex characters with finesse.

"The more you sweat in peace, the less you bleed in war." - Border

In the war epic "Border," Shroff's character, Wing Commander Anand "Andy" Bajwa, displayed resilience and courage, earning him immense praise for his contribution to the film's success.

Jackie Shroff in Hero

"Aapki kameez ka size bohat chhota hai sir..." - Hero

Hero marked Jackie's debut, and his character, Shyam "Jackie" Dada, became synonymous with his charismatic entry into Bollywood, setting the stage for a remarkable career.

"Haath na chhodna. Saath na chhodna." - Dhoom 3

Jackie Shroff's role as Iqbal Khan in Dhoom 3 showcased his versatility, leaving an impact in this action-packed blockbuster that resonated with audiences.

“Hum hi hum hai toh kya hum hai? Tum hi tum ho toh kya tum ho?” - Border

This dialogue from Border reflects Jackie's powerful portrayal of camaraderie and sacrifice in the face of war, contributing to the film's emotional depth.

"Khaas samay par khaas kaam ke liye khaas insaan ko dhoond lena meri khaasiyat hai." - Baaz: A Bird in Danger

Jackie's role in Baaz showcased his detective skills, making the movie a gripping thriller that kept audiences on the edge of their seats.

Jackie Shroff in 'Dhoom 3'

"Is vardi ka rang khaki kis liye hai pata hai? ..." - Shootout at Wadala

In Shootout at Wadala, Jackie Shroff's intense portrayal of police officer Afaaque Baaghran added depth to this crime drama, contributing to its success at the box office.

"Tum hamesha jeetne waale ghodhe par hi paisa lagate ho..." - Aan: Men at Work

As DCP Hari Singh in Aan: Men at Work, Jackie's no-nonsense approach and action-packed performance contributed to the movie's success.

Jackie Shroff in 'Shooutout at Wadala'

"Kabhi kabhi kismat maut se pehle pahunch jaati hai." - Farz

In Farz, Jackie's character Inspector Karan Singh brought a perfect blend of action and drama, contributing to the movie's success and showcasing his versatility as an actor.

As we honor Jackie Shroff's 40 years in the industry, these iconic dialogues and performances stand as a testament to his enduring legacy in Bollywood. Each line represents a chapter in his illustrious career, reminding us of the impact he has had on the cinematic landscape.

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Comments (2)

Happy 40 years in industry

6 months ago

Happy 40 years in industry to Jackie Shroff. He sure is one of legend

6 months ago

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