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Happy Birthday King Khan!

  • Published at 12:25 am November 3rd, 2016
  • Last updated at 06:28 pm November 3rd, 2016
Happy Birthday King Khan!
[facebook id="1669112539781669"]Shah Rukh Khan is one of those actors who has given us countless films to cherish, reasons to fall in love and ways to handle heartbreaks like a boss. Many of his dialogues became extremely popular which have moved on to become timeless. People from the sub-continent tend to refer to his dialogues in many situations. Especially when it comes to India, it’s hard to find someone who has not used any of his dialogues to describe a particular situation or just as an expression. dev  

The undisputed king of Bollywood is turning 51 today, let us give a throwback to dialogues that make him not only the king of the fraternity but king of hearts as well.

Bade bade desho mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hai, Senorita


An iconic dialogue from an iconic film, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. The film has won accolades for years and even now, it still brings in the maximum viewership whenever it airs on television. This dialogue has taught us that no matter how big a mistake you make, everything will be alright eventually. And then, there is another, “Agar yeh tujhse pyar karti hai, toh palat kar zaroor dekhegi, palat…,”  which serves as an Bollywood counterpart to the idea to let go of someone you dearly love, and if that person loves you back, they will return.

Rahul, Naam toh suna hoga

The dialogue from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai in which Shah Rukh says “Rahul, Naam toh suna hoga” has been used hundreds of times in Indian cinema ever since. Karan Johar used it in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil with a minor twist. Makes for one great opening line.

Haar ke jeetne wale ko hi baazigar kehte hai

Now remember the time when you would just let your friend win a race or a competition but you do not want to feel like a loser, what would you say to yourself? Well, that is exactly what we got from SRK in Baazigar, which made us feel like a winner even when we lost.

K k k k Kiran

If we are talking about his old films, how can we not talk about his famous “Kiran” dialogue? The lines from Darr did create a lot of horror among people who had either one-sided lovers or were simply called Kiran. We bet that you have said it multiple times yourself when you are imitating SRK.

Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost

It is not over till Shah Rukh Khan says it is over. Remember the iconic dialogue from Om Shanti Om? Try using it when you are facing disappointment; it works like a charm every time. And we have got another one for you from the same film for those tough days when you need some pep talk: “Kehte hain agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaho to puri kainath usse tumse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hai.”

Kaun kambakht bardaasht karne ko peeta hai…

With Shah Rukh Khan’s Devdas, unrequited love found itself, a perfect symbol in the form of this dialogue. Trying to find succor in a bottle? You simply can’t do it without SRK’s famous dialogue.

Source: Indian Times