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Birthday special: Ranveer Singh’s most memorable dialogues from his films

Shaheen

Shaheen
Jul 06, 2021
Ranveer Singh in Bajirao Mastani.

Spoilers ahead!

Bollywood’s heartthrob Ranveer Singh has all the reasons to be on the seventh sky. At 36, the actor is married to the reigning queen of Bollywood - Deepika Padukone, has an exciting line-up of films ready to be released and while waiting for them, he has also been finalised for Karan Johar’s next film titled Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani which has been officially announced on the occasion of his birthday on July 6, 2021.

The actor will be teaming up with Alia Bhatt once again after Gully Boy, for the film. While Alia made her debut with a Karan Johar directorial (Student Of The Year), the movie will be the second collaboration for KJo and Ranveer as director-actor after Takht (after the film goes on floors).

While it’s time for celebrations, here’s looking at some of the iconic dialogues by Ranveer Singh through the years. These ‘filmy’ dialogues have resonated quite well with the audiences.

Take a look...

1
Bajirao Mastani
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Cheeteh ki chaal, baaz ki nazar aur Bajirao ki talvar par sandeh nahi karte ... kabhi bhi maat de sakti hai - Bajirao Mastani As Bajirao, Ranveer Singh was charming in a way like never before. He had many dialogues which the audiences loved, but the particular dialogue expressing how Bajirao is never to be taken for granted, especially stayed back with people.
2
Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela
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Dushmani nibhaayenge… Pyaar se - Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ram Leela After Ram (Ranveer) broke his relationship with Leela (Deepika Padukone), he continued to pursue her professionally. Both of them were hurt by each other and ended up having a truce. After taking a selfie, Ram said this dialogue, which was perfect for the moment.
3
Gully Boy
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Main nahi badalta apna sapna apne sacchai se mel khaane ke vaaste... main apni sachai badlega joh mere sapne se mel khaaye - Gully Boy India rarely makes a film where a boy (here, Murad) who has lived and grown up in the slums, dreams of breaking free and makes it happen despite the trying circumstances. Zoya Akhtar added the powerful scene in Gully Boy to express how Murad (Ranveer) fears absolutely no one and is willing to fight his fate and anyone who comes between that.
4
Lootera
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Meri zindagi mein sab ne mera istamaal kiya... pyar sirf tumne kiya - Lootera A con artist Varun (Ranveer) wishes to redeem his life when it is too late for him. As a part of his goodbye speech to his lover Pakhi (Sonakshi Sinha), who is ready to accept him through everything, Varun confesses just how much she means to him, by telling her that he has experienced the feeling of love only once in his whole life, thanks to her. If that isn’t beautiful, we don’t know what is.
5
Simmba
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Jo deto traas, tyancha mi gheto class - Simmba Rohit Shetty perfectly depicted ‘Simmba’ through the dialogue. A cop who decides to make sure the criminals are punished, ‘Simmba’ aka Sangram Bhalerao (Ranveer) goes from morally corrupt to the ideal cop.
6
Band Baaja Baaraat
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Reception ho yah inflation ... shadiyaan toh honi hai - Band Baaja Baaraat Making his debut with a fresh concept, Bittoo Sharma from Band Baaja Baarat (Ranveer) is a character who would stay with the audience for a lifetime. He had the quirks, the unusual charm and brought something new to the table. At a time when the concept of wedding planners was still new, Bittoo and Shruti (Anushka Sharma) made sure the audiences love them on-screen for numerous reasons, including their dialogues and delivery.
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