Shootout At Wadala, released in 2013 is a prequel to Shootout At Lokhandwala released in 2007. This Hindi Action thriller roughly based on the book Dongri to Dubai: Six Decades of the Mumbai Mafia.
Below are some of the famous Shootout At Wadala dialogues.
- “Tu ya toh maarega, ya marwayega. Marwa diya toh gham nahin, lekin agar maara toh phir hum kisi se kam nahin.”
- “Kuch log itihaas likhte hain, aur kuch log itihaas padhte hain, hum itihaas banaane jaa rahe hain.”
- “Dosti ka koi mazhab nahi hota.”
- “Shareer mein 206 haddiyan hai, aur samvidhan mein 1670 kanoon, haddi se lekar kanoon sab todhta hoon.”
- “Jhagda tabhi hota hai jab dard hota hai. Aur dard tabhi hota hai jab pyaar hota hai.”
- “Doosra mauka sirf kahaniyaan deti hain, zindagi nahi.”
- “Jail me nirdosh aur randikhane me nirodh, dono ki koi value nahi hai.”
- “Maafiyan galtiyon ki hoti hain, gunahon ki nahin.”
- “Zang hathiyaron ko lagta hai, iraadon ko nahin.”
- “Guru ko bada shishya banaata hai.”
“Tu ya toh maarega, ya marwayega. Marwa diya toh gham nahin, lekin agar maara toh phir hum kisi se kam nahin.”
Translation: You will either kill me or get me killed. If you get me killed, it’d be fine, but if you try to kill me, then I’d show that I’m not less than anyone.
This dialogue is one of the trendiest Shootout At Wadala Dialogues. It was said by Tusshar Kapoor, playing the role of Sheik Munir in the movie.
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“Kuch log itihaas likhte hain, aur kuch log itihaas padhte hain, hum itihaas banaane jaa rahe hain.”
Translation: Some people write history, while some read history. I am going to create history.
This inspirational and motivational dialogue was said by Anil Kapoor playing the role of Inspector Afaaque Baagwan.
“Dosti ka koi mazhab nahi hota.”
Translation: Friendships have no religion.
This dialogue by Tusshar Kapoor on showing us the true meaning of friendship is probably the most accurate one of Shootout At Wada Dialogues.
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Translation: There are 206 bones in our body, and 1670 laws in the Constitution. From bones to laws, I break everything.
This action and thrill packed Shootout At Wada dialogue was said by John Abraham. He was the main lead of the movie.
“Jhagda tabhi hota hai jab dard hota hai. Aur dard tabhi hota hai jab pyaar hota hai.”
Translation: Fights happen where there is hurt. And hurt only happens where there is love.
Kangana Ranaut, the female lead of the movie had some awesome dialogues. This Shootout At Wadala dialogue was one from her too.
“Doosra mauka sirf kahaniyaan deti hain, zindagi nahi.”
Translation: only stories give second chances, not life..
John Abraham, as Manya Surve quoted this infamous shootout at wadala dialogue.
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“Jail me nirdosh aur randikhane me nirodh, dono ki koi value nahi hai.”
Translation: There’s no value of an innocent in jail and a condom in a brothel.
This shootout at wadala dialogue is quoted by Tusshar Kapoor. He played the role of a muslim guy Sheik Munir working under Manya Surve.
“Maafiyan galtiyon ki hoti hain, gunahon ki nahin.”
Translation: Forgiveness is only for mistakes, not for crimes.
Sonu Sood, playing the character of Dilawar Imtiaz Haskar, quoted this Shootout At Wadala dialogue.
“Zang hathiyaron ko lagta hai, iraadon ko nahin.”
Translation: Only weapons get rusty, intentions don’t.
From many inspirational Shootout At Wadala dialogues, this dialogue by John Abraham is the most cherished one. John played the main lead in the movie.
“Guru ko bada shishya banaata hai.”
Translation: A student is the one who makes his teacher great.
This Shootout At Wadala dialogue was told by John Abraham. His role of Manya Surve was appreciated by critics as well as the audience.
The above enlisted are some of the many trending and loved Shootout At Wadala dialogues. We tried our best to bring forth the best ones, let us know which one was your favorite.