Watching Salman Khan’s film in a theatre is an experience by itself… especially because his fans make it an affair to remember! They dance, whistle, applaud and literally go bananas on his entry and dialogues. As the Most loved Bollywood star, Salman Khan turns 52 years old, his fans are already going all gaga on social media platforms. Add to that the resounding success of his film, Tiger Zinda Hai! Salman Khan’s fans love his onscreen personas and here are few of his evergreen dialogues, which have become even more popular over the years…

10 Best Salman Khan Dialogues

Maine Pyar Kiya

Since then it has become the mantra of Friendship.

“Dosti ka Ek usool hai madam – No sorry, No thank you.”

Salman Khan Maine Pyar kiyaHum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Most romantic and heartbroken dialogue of that era.

“Agar tum mujhe yunhi dekhti rahi toh tumhe mujhse pyaar ho jayega.”

Salman Khan in Hum Dil de Chuke SanamNo Entry

It’s only Bhai who knows how to add pun in a dhayi kilo ka punch.

“Abbe tu Sunny hai, Sunny Deol nahin.”

Salman Khan in No EntryReady

And after this, we witnessed Salman’s fans repeating this dialogue day and night.

“Zindagi mein teen cheezein kabhi underestimate nahi karna – I, ME and MYSELF.”

Salman Khan in ReadyDabangg

How can anyone forget about Dabangg Dialogues and Dumdar entry of Bhai in the movie?

“Ek baar maine commitment kardi toh phir mein apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta.”

Salman Khan in DabbangBodyguard

When it became the mantra of life for all Salman Khan fans.

“Mujhpe ek ehsaan karna, mujhpe koi ehsaan mat karna.”

Salman Khan in BodyguardKick

Forget about kids, even adults were in the hangover of Salman Khan’s punch lines.

“Mere baarein mein itna mat sochna. Dil mein aata hoon samajh mein nahi.”

Salman Khan in KickKick

Everyone went bananas with the too much pun in the Devil’s Dialogue.

“Aap devil ke peeche, devil aapke peeche — too much fun!”

Salman Khan in KickBajrangi Bhaijaan

One of the most loving and adored characters of Salman, which was appreciated by everyone.

“Hum Bajrangbali ke bhakt hain. Mar jayenge lekin jhooth nahi bolenge.”

Salman Khan in Bajrangi BhaijaanTiger Zinda Hai

No one is able to get over from the Hangover which was given by the grand entry of Salman Khan in his latest hit Tiger Zinda Hai

“Pata hai mujhe Tiger kyun kehtey hai? Kyunki zakhmi Tiger khatarnak hota hai”

salman eid release Tiger zinda haiThese were the Best Salman Khan Dialogues so far in Bollywood. Stay tuned with Jinnions to know more about Salman Khan Updates and News.

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