Top 10 Famous Dialogues From Bollywood Top 10 Villains !!

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Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.

Here is the countdown of top 10 dialogues by Bollywood Top 10 villains:

 

10. Film – Bobby (1973)

"Prem Naam hai mera …..Prem Chopra" By Prem Chopra.

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


9. Film – Karma (1986)

"is thapad ki gunj ab tume sunai degi" By Dr. Dang(Anupam kher)

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


8. Film – Ram Lakhan (1989)

"Bad men" By Kesariya Vilayti(Gulshan Grover).

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


7. Film – Krantiveer (1994)

"Aa gaye meri maut ka tamasha dekhne" By Pratap Narayan Tilak(Nana Patekar)

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.

 

6. Film – Ghatak (1996)

"Iski maut soochni padegi" By Katya(Danny Denzongpa)

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.

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5. Film – Shaan (1980)

"Yeh zahreeli gas dheere dheere mehfil ko aur rangeen banati rahegi" By Shakaal(Kulbhushan Kharbanda).

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


4. Film – Zanjeer (1973)

"Is ilaaqe mein naye aaye ho sahab? … varna Sher Khan ko kaun nahi jaanta" By Sher Khan(Pran).

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


3. Film – Kaalicharan (1976)

"Sara saher mujhe lion ke naam se jaanta hai" By lion(Ajit).

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


2. Film – Mr. India (1987)

"Mogambo Khush Hua" By Mogambo(Amrish Puri).

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.


1. Film – Sholay (1975)

"Aare Oh samba, Kithne aadmi thei" ? By Gabbar(Amjad Khan).

Villains are the meanest human beings in our Bollywood films and if there is no struggle between good and evil, we feel incomplete. But beneath all the negativity and hatred we can have for a villain, we could spare a thought for the sheer talent of an actor in a negative role.

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