Best Dialogues Of Rishi Kapoor

Veteran Actor Rishi Kapoor turns 61 today (4th September). This legendary actor has travelled a long way and has seen a number of box-office hits and flops. His upcoming movie ‘Besharam’ is all set to release this October 2nd and the actor will be appearing along with his wife Neetu Singh and son Ranbir Kapoor in the movie. Well let’s talk about this actor’s journey so far.

Rishi Kapoor has received National Film Award in 1971, for his debut role as a child artist and he was awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008. He debuted in his father’s film, Mera Naam Joker, playing his father’s role as a child. The actor has appeared in almost forty movies from which most of them were felicitated with prestigious awards. The actor made recent appearences in Agneepath, Houseful 2 and D-Day. Hope we never have to lose this actor.

On this great actor’s birthday we present you the all time famous dialogues of Rishi Kapoor. Watch them here on Bollywood Celebden.

Dialogues Of Rishi Kapoor

D-Day


You must have heard him! Rishi Kapoor’s negative role in this movie is exceptional. “Trigger kheech mamla mat kheech” sounds really threatening. You know whom to give the credit for this heavy dialogue delivery.

Agneepath


Rauf Lala, the another bad man in the movie who hates Kaancha for some reasons. Rishi Kapoor potrayed the hatred very well and has made this scene worth watching. Isn’t it?

Aurangzeb


DCP Raavikant destroys a group of gangsters in the movie. Rishi Kapoor plays the role of a cop and does some awesome confabulation in the movie.

Housefull 2


Playing a comic role is difficult. Rishi Kapoor just makes it look easy. Watch Rishi Kapoor punching in some hillarious dialogues from the movie Housefull 2 and roll on the floor laughing!

Bobby


A cute boy defending his love with some influencing and rebelious dialogues. The young Rishi Kapoor from Bobby who ruled many hearts with his excellent performance.

Amar Akbar Anthony


Rishi Kapoor comes in with some farcical dialogues and ‘paan’. His red lips and the perfect Pathani accent adds up to the comical side. It’s hard to recognise Rishi Kapoor in that Pathani disguise. Isn’t it?

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