“Swagat Nahi Karoge Aap Hamara?” Salman Khan has been one of the most popular actors recognized all over the world. He is the Bollywood’s superstar. His recent movie Tiger Zinda Hai has broken all his previous movie records at the box office. It went on to become the highest Hindi movie grosser of 2017. Being such a popular actor across the world, Salman Khan dialogues would be equally popular, right?

There is always a hype whenever Salman’s new movie is about to release. People tend to wait for it eagerly, as a result of which, the movie performs excellently compared to his previous movie. His every film is welcomed with an applause. People are always curious as to whether they will be able to see Salman Khan‘s body in this movie or not?

More than his body or his swag, people are eagerly waiting for his punchlines. His dialogue delivery, his punch line, his one-liners… People go bananas for all of them. Salman Khan dialogues manage to create that adrenaline rush in the hearts of the audience that they settle on the lips of his every single fan around the world. BOTY has created for you a list of his famous dialogues from all his Bollywood movies so far. His latest dialogues are on top. Read ahead and enjoy!

Famous Salman Khan Dialogues

Tiger Zinda Hai Dialogues (2017)

“Shikaar toh sab karte hai, lekin tiger se behtar shikaar koi nahi karta.”

His latest release Tiger Zinda Hai did a dhamaka at the box office. Among his many famous dialogues in the movie, this dialogue made its way into his fans’ hearts.

Sultan Dialogues (2016)

“Koi Tumhe Tab Tak Nahi Hara Sakta, Jab Tak Tum Khud Se Na Haar Jao”

Sultan Dialogues

This movie became one of the highest grossing movies of Salman Khan. Even though Salman Khan did not give many powerful punchlines in this movie, it still managed to be a blockbuster in his fans’ hearts and at the box office.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan Dialogues (2015)

“Hum Bajrangbali Ke Bhakt Hain… Mar Jayenge Lekin Jhooth Nahi Bolenge”

Bajrangi Bhaijaan Dialogues

Although not as famous dialogue as his previous movies, this movie was a blockbuster at the box office.

Kick Dialogues (2014)

“Mere Baare Me Itna Mat Sochna… Dil Me Aata Hun Samajh Me Nahi”

“Aap Devil Ke Peeche, Devil Aap Ke Peeche… Too Much Fun.”

Kick Dialogues

Jai Ho Dialogues (2014)

“Aam aadmi sota hua sher hai, ungli mat kar. Jaag gaya toh cheer phaad dega” 

Apna kaam banta … bhaad mein jaaye janta”

“Aap thank you mat kahiye … instead teen logon ki madad ki jiye aap … aur un teeno se kehna ki woh teen aur ki madad karen … duniya badal jayegi”

Jai Ho Dialogues

This dialogue was liked a lot by the audience. If this is followed in real life, the world would become a lot better place to live in.

Dabangg 2 Dialogues (2012)

“Swagat Nahi Karoge Aap Hamara?”

Well, We don’t think there is anything to say about this. This dialogue in itself gives a boost to one’s personality. The way in which Robinhood Pandey spoke this dialogue, it became an instant hit with Salman’s fans.

Bodyguard Dialogues (2011)

“Mujhpe ek ehsaan krna, mujhpe koi ehsaan mat krna”

Bodyguard Dialogues

Famous punch lines started with Wanted and Dabangg. The trend continued for other Salman Khan movies as well. A personality full of attitude. Salman Khan knows how to successfully live up to the people’s expectations.

Ready Dialogues (2011)

“Zindagi Mein Teen Cheezen Kabhi Underestimate Mat Karna… I, Me and Myself.”

Woohoo!! If anything ready gave to Prem’s personality, is this superb dialogue. never to underestimate Prem!!!

Dabangg Dialogues (2010)

“Hum Tum Mein Itne Ched Karenge Ki Confuse Ho Jaoge Ki Saans Kaha Se Lein aur Paaden kaha se.”

Hum Yaha Ke Robin Hood Hain… Robin hood Pandey”

I am sure some of you are still saying this dialogue just out of fun. It is one of the most popular dialogues of all time. Dabangg gave way to not just the super hit dialogues of Salman, but also a famous identity, Chulbul Pandey, and his signature dance step in the movie.

Wanted Dialogues (2009)

“Jis school mein tune ye sab seekha hai na, uska headmaster aaj bhi mujhse tuition leta hai”

“Ek Baar Jo Maine Commitment Kar Di Toh Mai apne aap Ki bhi nhi Sunta.”

Well, here comes the most WANTED Dialogue. Even today, this dialogue is spoken with the same gist as it was spoken when the movie was released. This became the most popular Salman Khan Dialogues ever spoken till date.

Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Dialogues (2004)

“Badtameez. Chaddar Ki Kameez, Lohe Ka Pajama, Bandar Tera Mama, Arre Billi Teri Mausi, Kutta Tera Yaar, Aam Ka Achaar..Aaja Mere Yaar..”

Mujhse Shaadi Karogi Dialogues

I am sure all of you must remember this small friendship poem. When this movie was released, his student fans started speaking this poem with their best buddies. This poem sort of became a friendship anthem for best friends across the country.

Tere Naam Dialogues (2003)

“Main Request nahi Karta. Ek Hi Baar Bolta Hoon. Aur Full And Final Ho Jata Hai.”

Tere Naam Dialogues

This movie saw a different role of Salman Khan. Nevertheless, it was equally well received by his fans as his other movies.

Hum Aapke Hain Koun Dialogues (1994)

“Log kehte hai khoobsurat ladkiyan jab jhoot bolti hain, toh aur bhi khoobsurat lagti hain”

“Jab Hum Aapse Kuch Poochna Chahe Toh Aap Humein Rokti Hain, Aur Jab Chup Ho Jayen Toh Tokti Hain”

Hum Aapke Hain Koun Dialogues

This was his one of the initial movies. A family drama, it was loved by all. His dialogue delivery with Madhuri Dixit became so popular, that his male fans started speaking these dialogues to their women in order to express their liking.

Maine Pyaar Kiya Dialogues (1989)

“Dosti Ka Ek Oosul Hai Madam… No Sorry, No Thank You”

“Dosti Ki Hai… Nibhani Toh Padegi”

Maine Pyaar Kiya Dialogues

This movie marked the debut of Salman Khan into Bollywood industry. It was a super hit movie of its time. The simplicity of the movie won the hearts of the people. It was based on the theme that a boy and a girl can never stay friends.


Which is your favourite Salman Khan Dialogues?

First Published on: 22:35 pm - 4, Jan 2018
Author: author image Bhavya
Bhavya is BOTY's Sr. Journalist who has done a lot of research over the years on Bollywood. She loves to write latest news and movie updates.
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