14 Best Dialogues From Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu That Deserve A Round Of Applause
Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu is filled with some exceptional dialogue writing and even better dialogue delivery. Check out some of our favourite lines from the show.
ZEE5’s latest release Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu has opened up to raving reviews. While some are talking about the brilliant performances by Parth Samthaan, Patralekhaa, Arsalan Goni and more, others are going gaga over the powerful dialogues of the show. As Nawab takes over the underworld while ruling on ‘Bambai’, let’s take a look at some of the best dialogues from the series.
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The series started off with a ‘dhaasu’ introduction of our Hero, by the Hero himself. This is what he said while being chased by the police:
Nawab (Parth Samthaan) has unbreakable morale. This dialogue by him while accepting a business proposal is enough to make anyone instil their trust in him.
Nawab evolved from a hot-headed boy to a calm and composed gangster. And this is something that he abided by throughout his journey to be on the top.
Mumtaz (Meenal Sahu), one of Nawab’s best friend and allies, is a total firecracker. This first impression that she had of Nawab aptly describes his personality and future.
Hussain Bhai (Krishna Kotian) made an utterly true statement regarding the underworld ‘dhanda’ with this dialogue.
Inspector Sachin Kadam (Ankit Gupta) also had some crazy good dialogues. One of our favourites is when he decided to turn police into gangster making the latter fear them.
Nawab has been through a lot, and it was particularly exhilarating to watch him exacting revenge from everyone who has harmed him. This dialogue perfectly describes the kind of person he is.
Kadam has a tendency to work only on his own terms. This is a ‘muhtodd’ reply to anyone who interferes.
Nawab has some amazing ideologies about Bambai, although this one we definitely agree with.
Nawab’s determination to rise higher was clearly portrayed in this dialogue which was enhanced by Parth’s exceptional dialogue delivery.
This dialogue was a reminder to anyone who thought that the hot-headed Nawab is dead. He wouldn’t hesitate to rise again if the occasion demands so.
In this dialogue, Dadabhai (Danish Hussain) gave us some major gyaan on how trust works.
Laila (Patralekhaa) didn’t just steal Nawab’s hearts but also ours with this heartfelt dialogue about the difference between attraction and love.
Now, this is one dialogue that aptly summarizes the whole show. Nawab isn’t just the hero, but the showrunner as well.
Which was your favourite dialogue from the series?