Happy Birthday Sanjay Dutt: Revisit Top 10 Movies with All time Hit Dialogues

Happy Birthday Sanjay Dutt: Revisit Top 10 Movies with All time Hit Dialogues

Meet Sanjay Dutt, also known as Sanju Bhai, a highly talented and adaptable actor in the entertainment world. He brings characters to life with his amazing acting abilities. Sanjay Dutt has won the hearts of many fans without sticking to the typical movie hero image. Today, he celebrates his 64th birthday.

Sanjay was born on July 29, 1959. His parents, Sunil Dutt and Nargis were famous actors. Sanjay worked really hard to get to where he is today. Despite living a privileged and cozy life, Sanjay faced difficulties such as addictions, losses, sadness, and very tough times.

In 1981, a talented actor made his debut with the movie Rocky and quickly became very famous. He became a well-known name in every household. Two of his movies, Saajan (1991) and Khal Nayak (1993) were huge successes and established him as a top star of the 90s with great acting skills.

In 1999, he embraced his reputation as a ‘bad boy’ and delivered a legendary movie called Vaastav: The Reality, which became another significant achievement in his career. Later, in 2003, he showed his talent in comedy with the film Munna Bhai MBBS and has been unstoppable ever since.

  1. He has received two Filmfare Awards and three Screen Awards for his remarkable performances in movies. His talent and achievements make him stand out as a true wonder in the world of Bollywood films.

List of Sanjay Dutt’s Top 10 Movies with All time Hit Dialogues

Khal Nayak (1993)

“Insaaf Na Kanoon De Sakta Hai Na Police … Agar Koi Insaaf De Sakta Hai … To Ek Insaan Doosre Insaan Ko De Sakta Hai…”

In the year 1993, a movie called “Khal Nayak” was released, and it played a big role in making Sanjay Dutt’s career even more successful. He earned lots of appreciation for his role as the bad guy named Balaram, also known as Ballu Prasad.

Vaastav: The Reality (1999)

“Asli hai asli … pachaas tola, pachaas tola … kitna, pachaas tola”

This is a thrilling movie from 1999, filled with action and crime, featuring talented actors Sanjay Dutt and Namrata Shirodkar as the main characters. Sanjay Dutt’s remarkable performance earned him the prestigious Filmfare Award for Best Actor. The role he portrayed, Raghunath ‘Raghu’ Namdev Shivalkhar, is cherished as one of India’s most unforgettable onscreen characters.

Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003)

“Aye Mamu … jadoo ki jhappi de daal aur baat khatam”

Rajkumar Hirani, the person who directed the movie Munna Bhai M.B.B.S., created one of the finest films in Sanjay Dutt’s career. In this movie, Sanjay Dutt played the character Murli Prasad Sharma, who is known for his unique and lively mannerisms. People loved his kind and generous nature, which earned him lots of appreciation.

Musafir (2004)

“Admi Musafir Hota Hai Hero … Aata Hai, Jaata Hai”

Musafir, a film created and overseen by Sanjay Gupta, stands out as an exceptional action-packed thriller. The movie stars talented actors like Sanjay Dutt playing Billa, Anil Kapoor as Lucky, Aditya Pancholi as Inspector Tiger, and Sameera Reddy portraying Sam in the main roles.

Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006)

“Apun ke pass Bapu hai Mamu!”

Lage Raho Munna Bhai, directed by Rajkumar Hirani, is a follow-up to the movie Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. This film was a huge success and became one of the biggest hits at the box office.

Shootout at Lokhandwala (2007)

“Aadmi khatam … toh files khatam”

The movie is inspired by a true event called the Lokhandwala Complex shootout that happened in 1991. Sanjay’s superb dialogue delivery and acting talent left the audience in awe as he portrayed the role of the Additional Police Commissioner.

Luck (2009)

“Sahi time par sahi jagah hona … sahi time par sahi baat karna … aur sahi time par sahi kaam uthana … iss hi ko luck kehte hai”

In Soham Shah’s movie, Sanjay took on the character of Karim Moussa. The actor not only perfectly portrayed the role with his powerful presence but also spoke some unforgettable dialogues that are now closely associated with Dutt throughout the years.

Agneepath (2012)

“Tum kya leke aaye the, aur kya leke jaaoge. Rahejaye sirf ek insaan, sarva shakthi shali, sarva shaktimaan”

Sanjay Dutt played a wicked character named Kancha Cheena in the movie Agneepath, and it’s one of the most famous characters in Bollywood.

Panipat (2019)

“Ye More ka Takht aur Kohinoor…badi mashkkat se paaye jaate hain….Chhinane se nahi milta”

Ashutosh Gowariker, the director of the movie, got a lot of appreciation for the amazing sets and well-developed characters in his film. One character that truly stood out was Sanjay’s portrayal of Ahmad Shah Abdali. His performance was captivating, especially with how he spoke his lines, wore his costumes, and expressed himself through body language.

K.G.F: Chapter 2 (2022)

“Talvar chalakar, khoon baha kar, jung ladna tabahi nahi….tarakki hoti hain”

In the movie, Sanjay portrayed a character named Adheera, who played the bad guy. Interestingly, he took up this challenging role after successfully beating cancer. Determined to deliver his finest performance, he dedicated himself wholeheartedly. To prepare for the part, he underwent intense physical training and even filmed some scenes wearing heavy armor. His hard work and commitment truly paid off!

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