What is an action film without a punch dialogue? Audience love action sequences and they always like to see the glorification of the hero with striking lines. So, strong dialogues are mandatory in modern days mass-masala film.
The punch dialogues in films have remained in the audience's
mind forever. Cine goers not only enjoy a hero beating a baddie
badly but also like a dialogue before a fighting scene.
Like every actor, Ilayathalapathy Vijay too has won the hearts of his fans with
punch dialogues. But the actor, who started his career with
Naalaiya Theerpu, took quite a lot of time to turn himself
a mass hero.
After creating a niche for himself as a romantic hero, Vijay
slowly went for an image make over after the year 2000. Probably,
his first attempt to be a mass hero came in the form of
Bagavathi. But it was Thirumalai that showed his
other side of the talent.
As Vijay is all set for his latest action flick Thuppakki, here are some of the popular dialogues from his films.
'Valkai Oru Vattam Athula Jaikriravan Thopan Thokravan Jaipan'.
This dialogue not only thrilled Vijay fans but also other cinema
goers. Audience welcomed it by blowing whistles when Vijay mouthed
this dialogue to Manoj K Jayan.
'Antha Area Intha Area All Arealayum Aiyaa Ghilli.. Ghilli Da'.
This is an introductory dialogue mouthed by Vijay. He says to the
opposite team. Barathan penned the dialogues for the film.
'Oru Vatti Mudivu Pannitenna En Peacha Nane Kekkamaten.' Vijay
says this dialogue a few times in Pokkiri. Prakash Raj and
his team will be in the receiving end. It has to be noted that the
dialogue is taken from Telugu film, and Mahesh Babu repeatedly
mouths 'Okkasari Commit aithe naa mata nene vinanu', which was the
'Nee Padicha School'la Naa Headmaster Da.' Vijay says this
dialogue to Mukesh Tiwari at an interesting stage of the film. V
Prabhakar penned the dialogues.
'Namma Paechu Mattum Tha Silent Ah Irukkum Ana Adi Saravedi.'
Vijay warns the baddies with this punch dialogue. Surely, it sets
the mood to watch the action scene.
'Samii Munadi Mattun Tha Shanthama Pesuva Sakadaaa Munadi Ilaa.'
Vijay says this dialogue to Salim Ghouse. B Babusivan wrote the
dialogues and brought the mass appeal to the film.
'Unakella Police Kara Pathadhu Daa, Verrraaaa Veraaaaa Vetakaran
Dhanda Venuuuuuuu'. This is the continued conversation of the
earlier dialogue. Vijay ends the talk with Salim Ghouse with this