Rajesh Khanna, the utlimate chocolate boy of Bollywood, covered up his lack of commercial appeal (read dancing skills) through his power packed dialogue delivery. As we mourn the legendary screen sizzler's death, we list out his famous dialogues...
Main marne se pehle marna nahin chahta - Safar
"Babumoshai.... Zindagi ek rang manch hai aur hum sab is rang manch par kathputliyan hain, hum sabki dorr upar wale ke hath mien hai, kab kiski dor khich jaye koi nahi janta...ha ha ha ha ha" - Anand
Main derr se aata nahi hun lekin kya karu, der ho jaati hai. Isliye maafi ka haqdar hu, agar phir bhi kisine na maaf kiya ho toh main yahi kehna chahta hoon, Humko maafi dedo sahib - Ram Balram
Apna kaam to sab karte hain, lekin dushare ka kaam karne mein jo aanand aata hai uski to baat hi alag hai- Bawarchi
Yeh toh main hi jaanta hoon ki zindagi ke aakhri mod par kitna andhera hai - Safar
Kisi badi khushi ke intezaar mein hum yeh chote chote khushiyoon ke mauke kho dete hain - Bawarchi
Pushpa, mujhse ye aansu nahi dekhe jaate, I hate tears - Amar Prem
Babumoshai, zindagi aur maut uparwale ke haath hai. Usse na aap badal sakte hain na main - Anand
Iss ek glass main ek majdoor ki ek mahine ki roti hai aur parivaar ki saans. Kabhi socha hai ki iss ek glass ko pite hi hum ek parivaar ko bhooka maar dete hai - Namak Haram
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