Nawazuddin Siddiqui does not boast of a smoking hot body, great Hrithik moves or a famous family background to push him up the posh Bollywood ladder of success. And yet when it comes to top notch acting in Bollywood, Nawazuddin Siddiqui easily glides to the top as one of the best actors. His movies are masterpieces that everyone should watch an
By making his way from an extra in Sarfarosh and Dev D to playing every character nearly as perfectly as possible, he is leaving an indelible mark in Bollywood. If he is in a movie, chances are it will do well with film-goers who appreciate aesthetic cinema and will live on to add another benchmark in acting.
It almost seems like the movies he will be starring in, will be replete with crass Hindi dialogues which will be thrown around among friends, in all the time to come. Nawaz is playing the sacred game of cinema as mortally sinful as possible and we love him for that. You have appreciated his coy Faizal romance with Mohsina, Ramanna’s lesson to Raghavan and the man is now going viral for his role in Netflix’s Sacred Games.
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The Best Dialogues From Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Movies…
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogues are as eclectic as his roles and his movies. The man’s acting skills can be compared to the best in the industry and he has a way of using his eyes while delivering the dialogues and that’s what leaves an impression on your mind.
1. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Sacred Games
Kabhi kabhi lagta hain ki apun hi bhagwaan hain
Needless to say, he is one of his kind right now. In Indian cinema, I mean!
2. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Manjhi, The Mountain Man
Tohar ko itna chahte hai, itna chahte hai, itna chahte hai, itna chahte hai, itna chahte hai…kitna chahte hai ka batayen…seena cheer ke dikhayen Bajrangbali jaisa?
The sheer dedication and the guts he has to actually spill his love for the woman he loves is beautiful. The repetitive itna chahte hai shows his childlike innocence but the intensity of his love. Why can’t men be like this anymore?
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3. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Freaky Ali
Jeet mein toh har aadmi saath deta hai…saathi toh woh hai joh haar mein bhi saath de
Truth of life…and love! This kind of intensity is only possible in Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s movies.
4. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Bajrangi Bhaijan
Nafrat badi aasani se bik jaati hai…lekin mohabbat?
Yet another truth! This dialogue is all the more relevant in the modern age where hate is more easily propagated than love.
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5. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Manjhi, The Mountain Man
Itna pyar karte hai, itna pyar karte hai, tohra ke…itna ki koi pahad rok na sake … itna ke aasmaan mein samaa na sake…itna ki koi soch bhi na sake
Manjhi did not do too well at the box office, but if you want to be inspired, his portrayal of the mountain man will make you get out of your bed on a Monday morning. Guess that’s the magic of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s movies.
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6. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Babumoshai Bandookbaaz
Aadmi toh karke bhool jaata hai par uska kiya kahin nahin jaata…ghoomkar ek din uske samne zaroor aata hai
He talks about Karma in the simplest way possible. This film had a number of interesting dialogues.
7. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Raees
Raees ka aur mera rishta bada ajeeb hai…paas reh nahi sakta aur saala door jaane nahi deta
Describing the way of the millennial world in his relationship with Raaes. This film had one of the best performances by the actor and some his best dialogues as well.
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8. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Gangs of Wasseypur II
Tumko yaad kar karke haath dukh gaya hamara
Faizal, you dirty boy!
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9 Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Manto
Main wahi likhta hoon.. Jo jantaa hoon.. Jo dekhtaa hoon.. Main to bass apni kahaniyon ko ek aaina samjhta hoon.. Jismein samaj apne aap ko dekh sake.
I write about what I know, what I see. My stories are a mirror in which the society can see itself. That was Manto. No wonder his is considered one of the greatest writers of Asia and in the film Nawazuddin just outdid himself as Manto.
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10. Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s dialogue from Lunchbox
Meri ammi kehti hai kabhi kabhi galat train bhi sahi jagah pahuncha deti hai
His character delivers pearls of wisdom. Taking the wrong path could lead to the right destination – the little truths of life.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s movies have acquired cult status making him one of the finest actors in Bollywood.
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