Radhe: 5 Seeti Maar Dialogues Of Salman Khan From The Film That Deserve All The Cheer
Here are five whistle-worthy dialogues of Salman Khan from his latest film, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai that deserve a round of applause.
Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai has been out for less than a week now, and it is already smashing viewing records in the digital world. Salman Khan’s Radhe is filled with high-octane action scenes, an interesting plot, and whistle-worthy dialogues from the Most Wanted Bhai, which make the film a lot more fun to watch. You can watch the Radhe trailer and here are five of Salman Khan’s best dialogues from Radhe that deserve all the cheer. Watch Radhe exclusively on ZEEPlex with an annual subscription of Rs 499.
Radhe jaane ke liye nahi, bhejne ke liye aaya hai.
When Radhe arrives at a criminal’s base and gets warned about leaving the place, he turns the tables and sends a warning to that criminal, saying, “Radhe jaane ke liye, bhejne ke liye aaya hai.”
This powerful dialogue sets up Radhe’s character as the fearless cop, who will deliver justice, no matter how powerful the criminal in front of him might be.
I will clean this city up.
When Rana’s drug peddling begins affecting the school and college students harshly, Radhe promises them that he will bring these criminals to justice. One of the kids, Azaan, approaches Radhe to tell him about this issue, and Radhe promises him that he will clean the city of the criminals. He says, “I will clean this city up. Swachh Bharat. Jai Hind!”
Tumhare dasvi pass hone se pehle ya toh woh jail ke andar honge, ya zameen ke andar.
To Azaan, Radhe further promises a strict action, of bringing all the criminals to justice, who have been responsible for the deaths of multiple students. Making this promise, and assuring Azaan, he says, “Tumhare dasvi pass hone se pehle ya toh woh jail ke andar honge, ya zameen ke andar.”
Tumhe pata hai darr ke aage aur peechhe kya hai? Darr ke peechhe hai maut… aur darr ke aage hai zindagi.
When one of the teammates of Radhe gets gravely injured in a fight against Rana, she feels she does not have the strength to face her fear of going in the field again and decides to quit the force. At this point, Radhe inspires her to conquer her fear, with these words. “Tumhe pata hai darr ke aage aur peechhe kya hai? Darr ke peechhe hai maut… aur darr ke aage hai zindagi. Tum darr se bhaagogi, darr tumhare peechhe bhaagega aur tumhe daboch lega. Usse behtar yeh hai ke tum darr ke peechhe lapko aur darr ko bhagao.”
Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, uske baad to main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta.
And lastly, the most iconic dialogue of Radhe, which has retained its charm among the audiences since 2009 – Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, uske baad to main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta. Radhe says this when he makes the commitment of bringing Rana and his criminal activities to a full and final end.
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