Heropanti 2 dialogues: Tiger Shroff-Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s banter is ‘whistle baja’ good and here’s the proof
Kyunki Heropanti 2 ki asli 'heropanti' sirf dialogues mein hai...
Heropanti 2 works on and is high on dialogues
Tiger Shroff-Tara Sutaria-Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Heropanti 2 released in theatres today and the film has one evidently good thing – dialogues. Writer Rajat Arora has really worked on the dialogues and makes them better than the film itself. Don’t believe us. Read these…
"Mujhe light aur limelight dono pasand nahi hai"
Tiger’s Babloo really introduces his character with this dialogue. He switches off the lights and makes the statement, which quite obvious from the dialogue itself.
"Babloo dhoondne se nahi, qismat se milta hai"
Tiger’s RJ is revealed to be an undercover agent, Babloo. He does not show himself till he wants to be seen, which is why this dialogue is included with his character.
"Ladki pe haath nahi uthaana chahiye tha. Ab inko desi tadka dikhaana hi padega"
When Inaaya (Tara Sutaria) is in trouble the first time around (when she doesn’t even come looking for it), Tiger’s Babloo says this dialogue. This action hero could fight international style but is desi all the way.
"Darr mein ek sukoon hai. Maut vasool ho jaati hai"
Laila’s poor attempt at scaring Babloo was followed up by this dialogue. He tied up Babloo and threw knives towards him, much like a magician does with darts.
"Phatne se pehle phatne wale ki na phate toh phir kya fatteh"
During his stunt and before leaving Babloo, Laila says this dialogue. While this statement takes the movie to a new high, the film itself is a disappointment.
"Maa (Amrita Singh): Tu koi Heropanti mat karna. Babloo: Kya karu? Sabko aati nahi, meri jaati nahi"
Tiger brings back his original Heropanti dialogue, which is the second after, “Choti bacchi ho kya?” Although this dialogue could have been more impactful, it does the work in Heropanti 2 as well.
"Main kabhi doston ko dhoka aur dushmano ko mauka nahi deta"
Writer Rajat Arora added another superhit dialogue in the film through this one. This is one philosophy Babloo follows and everyone should too.
"Tujhe pata nahi hai kya? Ki jaadugar kabhi Tiger ko nahi chedhte"
This dialogue comes at the perfect time and has a double meaning to it. Babloo is played by Tiger Shroff and thus, Tiger fits well. However, Babloo says the dialogue to Laila, who is a magician, so it fits well in the movie too.
"Asli Heropanti logon se jeetne mein nahi, logon ko jeetne mein hai. Aur yeh Heropanti tujhe aati nahi. Meri jaati nahi"
With this dialogue, you know why Tiger Shroff has so many fans. This one comes when Babloo has finally beat Laila fair and square.
"Lies, paralyze, hypnotize. Meri zindagi mein sab surprise"
When dying, how can Laila not have a dialogue too? Thus, he says this one. While we don’t see a surprise in the film, his death would have probably been a surprise for Laila, who fooled many before dying at Babloo’s hands.
Last Updated: 04.49 PM, Apr 29, 2022