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Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Famous Dialogues

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Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogue

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Famous Dialogues

Bollywood has witnessed several notable Villains, who have left their mark in the tinsel town for forever. The evergreen Bollywood Villains, who had dominated the Bollywood Industry, some of them are died but people are not even forgotten about their existence. The evergreen Bollywood Villains name cannot be eradicated from the Industry.
Once upon a time, people would go to theatre to watch villain’s performance. These Bollywood evergreen Villains are still appreciated for their work they have done in the past. Some of these Bollywood evergreen Villains are now became a godfather for the new one in the industry. READ | Bigg Boss Winners List of All Seasons With Pictures, Name & Year
Earlier, The villains were stereo-typed and it was a different ballgame, then that was appreciated for those roles.  Thus enhancing the versatility and need of the villain in films, Reportersclick brings you a list of Bollywood Evergreen Villains, who have made an antique image by playing a role of Villains in dozens of films.
Every Bollywood Evergreen Villains had their own respective dialogues, which became their identity and now today they are known for their one of the most dialogues that they had ever delivered in their films. The Reportersclick, brings you the list of top 10 Most Bollywood Evergreen Villains and their favorite dialogues.

Here are the List of top 10 Bollywood Evergreen Villains….

10. Pran’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

 (1) “Is ilaaqe mein naye aaye ho sahab? … varna Sher Khan ko kaun nahi jaanta.” (Zanjeer)
(2)  “Sher Khan ne Shadi Nai Ki To Kya Hua… Lekin Baratein Bahot Dekhi Hain.” (Zanjeer)
(3) “Agar Tumhare Maathey Ki Bindiya  Aur Mang ka Sindoor… Suhag ki Nishani nahi Kalak Hai… to Mita do Use.” (Purab aur Pacchim)
(4) Insan Apni Burai Chod Sakta Hai … Lekin Insan ki Badnami Hamesha Uske Sath Rhti Hai.. (Don)
(5) Pyar me to Budha bhi Jawan Lagta Hai… Ladki Shireen or Ladka farhad Lagta Hai.. (Karz)

9. Ajit Khan’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Mera jism zaroor zakhmi hai … lekin meri himmat zakhmi nahi.” (KaliCharan)
(2) “Rajput jaan harta hai … vachan nahi harta.” (Mughale-e-Azam)
(3) “Jis tarah kuch aadmiyo ki kamzori baimaani hoti hai … is hi tarah kuch aadmiyo ki kamzori imaandari hoti hai.” (Zanjeer)
(4) “Dekh sakta hai bhala kaun yeh pyare aasoon … meri aankhon mein nah aa jaaye tumhare aasoon.” (Betaaj Badshah)
(5) “Achche khareedar hamesha sauda karne se pehle … doosre ki keemat ka andaza lagate hai.” (Zanjeer) READ | Birthday Special: Hrithik Roshan’s Top 10 Interesting Fact, You Did not Know

8. Amrish Puri’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1)  “Mogambo Khush Hua.” (Mr. India)
(2) “Itne tukde karunga ki pehchana nahi jaega”  (Gadar)
(3) “Upar wala wrong ho sakta hail lekin Dong kabhi wrong nahi hota” (Tehelka)
(4) “Balraj apne dushmano ko tab tak nahi bhulta jab tak unhe shamshan nahi phoncha deta.” (Zulmi)
(5)  “Tip baad me dena to ek rivaz hai, pehle dena achi service ki gurantee.” (Shahenshah)

7. Shakaal’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Jab tak hum apne inteqam se azaad nahi ho jaate … tab tak koi azaadi hum mein azaad nahi kar sakti” (Haider)
(2) “Inteqam se sirf inteqam pehda hota hai.” (Haider)
(3) “Karm ka dhaaga pehenne ke liye … hum dharm ka dhaaga nahi todh sakte.” (Lagaan)
(4) “Shakaal ke haath mein jitne patte hote hai … utne hi patte uski aasteen mein bhi hote hai”. (Shaan)
(5) “Insaan ki parak Hindu Musalman se nahi … insaaniyat se hoti hai … aur wohi sabse bada mazhab hai.” (Aloo Chaat)

6. Denny Denzongpa’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Apna ussool kehta hai … agar fayda ho toh jhoot ko sach maan lo … dushman ko dost bana lo.” (Agneepath,1990)
(2) “Insaan aur luck dono ka koi bharosa nahi” (Luck)
(3) “Kamzor ki dosti … taqatwar ke vaar ko kam kar deti hai” (Agneepath)
(4) “Chaand par pahuchna ho toh sitaron par nahi ruka karte … woh toh khud girte rehte hai.” (Luck)
(5) “Mil jaate hai kuch officers hamein todhe pagal, todhe adhiyal … jinke dimaag mein sirf desh aur desh bhakti ghumti rehti hai … yeh desh ke liye marna nahi chahte, balki jeena chahte hai … taki aakhri saans tak desh ki rakhsha kar sake.” (Baby)

5. Gulshan Grover’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Upar ke yamraj ko hukum dena padta ki woh kisi ki zindagi ko maut mein badal de … lekin zameen ka yeh yamraj kisi ke hukum ka intezar nahi karta … woh khud maut ka faisla karta hai” (Yamraj)
(2) “Zindagi mein sabse badi khushi tab milti hai … jab aapki country ka flag shaan se lehra raha hota hai” (Yaariyan)
(3) “Humse aankhen milane wala … bahut jaldi aankhen bandh kar deta hai.” (Ram Jaane)
(4) “Aaj ke is kalyug mein … tumhara bhagwan bhi is shaitan se darta hai.” (Maidan-e-Jang)
(5) “Tumhare shareer ke pedh par … jawani ka naya phool khil gaya.” (Imtihaan)

4. Nana Patikar’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Apna toh ussool hai … pehle laat, phir baat, uske baad mulaqat.” (Tiranga)
(2) “Aa gaye meri maut ka tamasha dekhne.” (Krantiveer)
(3) “Saale apne khud ke desh mein ek sui nahin bana sakte … aur hamara desh todne ka sapna dekhte hain.” (Krantiveer)
(4) “Ek machhar sala aadmi ko hijda bana deta hai!” (Yashwant)
(5) “Bhagwan ka diya hua sab kuch hai … daulat hai, shauhrat hai, izzat hai.” (welcome Back)

3. Anupam Kher’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Aurat bhi kya cheez hai … kuch kaho toh mooh phula leti hai … aur kuch karo toh pet phula leti hai.” (Chasme Baddoor)
(2) “Mohabbat ka naam aaj bhi mohabbat hai … yeh na kabhi badli hai aur na kabhi badlegi.” (Dilwale Dulhania Lejaynge)
(3) “Fail hona aur padhai na karna … hamare khandaan ki parampara hai.” (Dilwale Duhania Le Jayenge)
(4) “Tumhari harkatein, kutte ki dum aur Katrina ki Hindi … aaisi hai joh kabhi seedhi ho hi nahi sakti.” (Main Tera Hero)
(5) “Shaheedon ke liye aasoon nahi bahaya karte … unka apmaan hota hai.” (1942: A love story)

2. Prem Chopra’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Main woh bala hoon joh sheeshe se patthar ko todhta hoon.” (Souten)
(2) “Sharafat aur imaandari ka certificate yeh duniya sirf unhe deti hai … jinke paas daulat hoti hai.” (Aag Ka Gola)
(3) “Rajneeti ki bhains ke liye daulat ki lathi ki zaroorat hoti hai.” (Khiladi)
(4) “Badshahon ka andaza bahut kam galat hota hai … aur jab galat hota hai toh woh badshah nahi rehte.” (Alibaba Aur 40 Chor)
(5) “Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain … woh batti bujhakar kapde badalte hain.”

1. Amjad Khan’s Five Most Famous Dialogues:

Top 10 Evergreen Bollywood Villains and Their Most Favorite Dialogues

(1) “Gabbar ke taap se tumhe ek hi aadmi bacha sakta hai, ek hi aadmi … khud Gabbar” (Sholay)
(2) “Arrey oh Sambha … kitna inaam rakhe hai sarkar ham par?” (Sholay)
(3) “Yahan se pachas pachas kos door gaon mein … jab bachcha raat ko rota hai, toh maa kehti hai bete soo ja … soo ja nahi toh Gabbar Singh aa jayega.” (Sholay)
(4) “Daulat ka pedh jab bhi ughta hai … paap ki zameen mein hi ughta hai.” (Kaalia)
(5) “Che goli aur aadmi teen … bahut nainsaafi hai yeh.” (Sholay)
These are the list of top 10 Bollywood Evergreen Villains and their most favorite Dialogues.

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