Bollywood films often leave a lasting impression on the audiences. There are films that are known for their stories, songs or acting but some of the films are remembered for their dialogues. As we know that India us a huge country with a population 100s of crores and people living in different parts have different languages, dialects and tones. The dialogues make the characters look authentic as per the film's setting.
We have seen some great actors delivering some of the iconic lines that we recall on a daily basis. Then there are actors who have fired away speeches in some of the best monologues we have seen in Bollywood films. Here is a list of 10 best monologues from Bollywood films:
The Speech in Pyaar Ka Punchnama- Kartik Aaryan's speech in the film was one of its highlights. Ranting about his girlfriend troubles was something every guy could relate to.
Haider's Speech- Shahid Kapoor's powerful turn as Haider Meer turned many heads and got him critical acclaim. The scene where he delivers a powerful speech on AFSPA is a must watch.
Amitabh Bachchan in Deewar- This list will be incomplete if we didn't include this iconic scene from Deewar. Amitabh Bachchan's performance consolidated his Angy young man image and the scene is too powerful.
Sattar Minute in Chak De India- SRK's Kabir Khan delivered one of the most inspiring speeches of all time in Chak De India. Just before the finals, this was the speech needed by the girls who went on to win.
Nana Patekar's fiery speech in Krantiveer- Nana Patekar is one of the greatest actors in India and this speech may be one of the most firebrand speeches one has seen in Bollywood films. It screams revolution from every shot, word and action.
Sunny Deol in Damini- Sunny Deol's impressive turn as the lawyer Govind gave one of the most impressive monologues in Bollywood films. A lawyer expressing his frustration over the corrupt system and the lethargic judiciary still holds true.
Funny Speech in Pyaar Ka Puchnama 2- Kartik Aaryan again delivered one of the best monologues in the 2nd instalment of Pyaar Ka Punchnama. Just when the audiences thought they only have a 5-minute rant about girlfriend troubles from the first film the second speech gave them a 10-minute escape.
Rajesh Khanna in Anand- The first superstar of Indian cinema gave one of the most inspiring monologues in front of then newbie Amitabh Bachchan. The iconic line, "Zindagi Badi Honi Chahiye, lambi nahi" came from this monologue.
Naseeruddin Shah in A Wednesday- Naseeruddin Shah's turn as the common man gave one of the most hard-hitting monologues ever where he expressed the plight of the common man.
Kal Ho Naa Ho Diary Scene- SRK proved why he is the King of Romance through this scene when his character gave a monologue to remember.