The legendary actor, late Irrfan Khan was known for his versatile acting and his distinct performance. Without any doubts he was one of the finest actors in Hindi film industry.
His unique acting and dialogue delivery has left a mark in the history of Bollywood and our hearts. One of his famous dialogues, “The key to a happy life is to accept you are never actually in control” from the movie Jurassic World is worth appreciable. Similarly there are several other dialogues that are not only pinned in our hearts but also have gave a new perception to life.
Here are 8 of his famous dialogues that will over remain our heart. Have a look!
“Mohabbat hai isliye jaane diya… zid hoti toh baahon mein hoti”- Jazbaa
(I let her go since she is my love … had she been my stubbornness then she would have been in my arms)
“Logon ko haq jatana aata hai, Rishta nibhana nahi aata…”- Karwaan
(People know how to assert their rights, but they don’t know how to maintain a relationship)
“Chaand pe baad mein jaana zamaane waalon, pehle dharti pe toh rehna seekh lo”-Karwaan
(Before you start heading towards the Moon, dear Earthlings, at least learn how to live on the ground.)
“Death aur shit, yeh do cheezen kisi ko kabhi bhi kahi bhi aa sakti hein”- Piku
(Death and shit … these two things can come to anyone, anywhere, anytime)
“I think we forget things if there is nobody to tell them.”- Lunchbox
“Ek France banda, German banda speak wrong English … we no problem … ek Indian banda say wrong English … banda hi bekaar ho jaata hai ji” – Hindi Medium
(If a French person or a German person speaks bad English … then we have no problem with that … but if an Indian person speaks bad English … then that person seems bad to us)
“Zindagi mein kuch bhi hone se pehle, imaandar hona bahut zaroori hai” – Angrazi Medium
(In life before you become anything, it’s important to be honest)
“Bachpan mein bacha hamari ungli pakad ke chale hai taake bheed mein kho na jave … aur jis din woh hamari ungli chhod de … toh aise laage jaise hum hi kho gaye ho … par baat bhi hai bhaisaab … jab talak balak aapki ungli chhodega nahi … tab talak aake gale kaise lagavega” – Angrazi Medium
(In childhood a child holds our finger and walks so that they don’t get lost in the crowd … and the day they leave our finger … it feels as if we’ve lost ourselves … but there’s a point in this my friend … until the child leaves your finger … they won’t be able to come and embrace you)