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Manoj Bajpayee's Top 10 Iconic Dialogues

One of Bollywood's most serious actors, Manoj Bajpayee, has a long list of successful films in his career and many memorable performances to his credit. He is one of the few actors who has dabbled in various genres of cinema proving his talent in each one of them.

Manoj will be next seen in Aligarh which is reportedly based on the real life incident of Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, a doctor who was terminated from his job because of his sexuality.

Manoj Bajpayee plays the rile of Siras and citylights fame, Rajkummar Rao will also be playing a pivotal role in the film. Speaking about Manoj he says, "It was a great experience. He (Manoj Bajpayee) is great artist and a great human being as well. I have always looked up to him," the National Award winner said.

He further added, "His work has always been a learning process for me and now that we are working together, I'm learning a lot from him."

Having celebrated his birthday recently, we have commemorated some of his iconic dialogues that have definitely struck a chord with the audience.

Ye Wasseypur Hai...Yahan Kabutar Bhi Doosre Ke Pankh Se Apna Izzat Bachata Hai

How can we forget his performance as Sardar Khan in Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012). That film has so many memorable dialogues. This one below is the one we liked the best.

Itna Goli Maarte...Ki Aapka Driver Bhi Khali Khoka Bech Bechkar Rayees Ban Jaata

Here's another good one from Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012). Told you, the film is treasure chest of impactful dialogues

Maal Chahiye Chokha...Toh Note Karo Ji Mota

The next one is from Satyagraha (2013). The film featured Manoj Bajpayee as Balram Singh, a young politician who has a sharp tongue combined with sharper wit.

Aad Chahe Jitna Bada Ho Jaye...Laad Ke Neeche Hi Rehta Hai

Yes guys! Its Gangs Of Wasseypur once again. This one below showcases just how mean and sarcastic Sardar Khan in Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012) was.

Aap The Zero, Hai Zero... Aur Aap Hamesha Rahenge Zero

Another one of our favourites is from Aarakshan (2011) where Manoj Bajpayee's character, the cunning Mithilesh Singh, teaches Amitabh Bachchan some maths!

Karna Hai...Toh Karna Hai

While we're already listing some of his iconic dialogues, we couldn't help but inculde his super-hit crime film ‘Satya' (1998). His character Bhiku Mahtre is sure to take you back to the 1990's.

Aasmaan Mein Thookne Waale Ko Shayad Pata Nahin Hai...Ki Palat Ke Thook Unhi Ke Chere Par Giregi

Manoj Bajpayee played the role of Veerendra Pratap, a smart and clever politician in Rajneeti (2010). Here he is seen giving the much needed un-hinged advice to his fellow colleagues.

Badshah Ki Gali Aake Uska Pata Nahi Poochte... Ghulamo Ke Jhuke Hue Sarr Khud Ba Khud Raasta Bata Dete Hai

Manoj Bajpayee as Zubair Imtiaz Haksar in Shoot Out At Wadala (2013). With his strong screen presence, he nailed the ‘badass gangsta' character. Add to that is the dialogue below that definitely steals the show.

Main Jab Sochta Hoon... Toh Doosron Ko Takleef deta Hoon

The next line is from his thriller film, Road (2002) where he dons the character of a psychopath killer. He sure has given other actors a run for their money!

Goli Nahin Maarenge Saale Ko... Keh Ke Lenge

Lastly, we wont do the actor justice if we don't include one last dialogue from Gangs of Wasseypur (2012)!

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