Salman Khan starrer Kick has some amazing 'fadu' dialogues which will retain on your mind, thanks to the great mind of Rajat Arora. The dialogue that has retained on our mind the most is, "Mere Bare mein Itna mat sochna..Dil Mein aata hoon. Samajh Mein Nahi."
For those of you who don't know who Rajat Arora is, he is is an Indian screenwriter and film dialog writer of Hindi films. He is most known for his films The Dirty Picture (2011), Once Upon a Time in Mumbai (2010) and Taxi Number 9211 (2006). His dialogues in the other movies have not garnered as much attention as this movie and so when quizzed if he wrote these dialogues keeping Salman Khan in mind, Rajat says, "Basically, it's a mixture of everything. Dialogues are written keeping the character of the film in mind and that is the most important thing for any good film. All we need is a nice punching line to capture the personality of the star. Of course when Salman speaks a line it becomes 20 times bigger. When he mouths a dialogue it becomes a signature line. Salman makes a simple line also impactful!"
When quizzed about his work compatibility quotient with first time director Sajid Nadiadwala, Rajat said the following about the director, "Sajid is a liberal producer and director. He is of great support and gives that space. His work is outstanding. Sajid is a seasoned producer at the same time he has the enthusiasm of a kid. I have learnt a lot from him. He knows his job 10 times better than anyone."
The movie has garnered a lot of attention due to the 'hatke' dialogues and they are prefect for Salman Khan for the dialogues are that dabangg wala dialogues. Here are top 10 dabangg wala 'Kick' dialogues in Salman Khan starrer.