Best Aamir Khan’s Dialogues to Remember

We remember them by heart.

Aamir Khan tries to create perfection in each movie. He has not only given us some memorable movies to remember, but has also given us some great dialogues to mumble. These dialogues have not only carved a space of their own, but they are stuck in our minds. Whenever the situation demands, we do not shy away from speaking one of these dialogues and unleashing the Bollywood lover that resides inside us. That’s what makes Bollywood so great. Here are the best dialogues of Aamir Khan that brought new meaning to cinema, storytelling and entertainment.


3 idiots was full of motivational dialogues from Aamir Khan. He redefined success for us. Everyone who has ever felt pressurized to be successful can totally relate to the movie. The movie not only helps to let go of the pressure that many of us feel, but also enables us to invest our time and energy in the right direction. All the students would be forever thankful of Vidhu Vinod Chopra for creating a movie like 3 idiots and letting Aamir Khan speak such inspirational dialogues that remind us to keep going.

Na shehar dekho na biyabaan dekho khuda ka eklauta naam-o-nishaan dekho bas ankh uthau our rehan dekho.

Fanna is still remembered as one of the most beautiful love stories of Bollywood. The film was full of shayaris, and we couldn’t help but feel instantly pulled into this world of Kajol and Aamir Khan’s love story. Even now, its shayaris are used as forwarded messages by people. The movie and its dialogues have still not lost its charm.

Bande hain hum uske, hum pe kiska zor … umeedo ke suraj, nikle chaaron aurr … iraade hai fauladi, himmati har kadam … apne haatho kismat likhne, aaj chale hain hum

Dhoom 3 might have not been able to match Aamir Khan’s previous movies, but this dialogue of the movie became stuck in everyone’s mind. Especially hearing it in Aamir Khan’s intense voice certainly makes it more likeable. This dialogue is still remembered by everyone.

Life mein teen cheezo ke peechhe kabhi nahi bhagna chahiye. Bus train aur ladki. Ek aati hai to dusri aati hai

Aamir Khan gave everyone this highly famous lesson in the movie, Ishq. Even though it might sound a misogynist, it’s all in good fun. All of us have at least one such friend who has mimicked this dialogue to help his other friend get over a heartbreak. We can’t help but giggle every time we watch Aamir Khan’s this dialogue.

Agar silver jeeti toh aaj nahi toh kal log tanne bhool javenge … gold jeeti toh misaal ban javegi … aur misaalein di jaati hai beta, bhooli nahi jaati

Aamir Khan’s latest movie, Dangal, is garnering rave reviews. He is playing the role of the father and is heard speaking some hard-hitting dialogues. One such dialogue has already garnered popularity, and instantly inspires us to work hard and achieve our goals and aspirations.



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