Same date, different year! 14th June 2020 was the day when the world mourned the death of one of the finest actors of Bollywood. Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was one of those actors who left the deepest impact on the audience not just via on-screen performances but off-screen behavior.
He has touched millions of hearts across the globe and is still inspiring us to live better, grow stronger, and value each moment of life. On his first death anniversary, we are continuing the legacy of SSR through the best dialogues from his movies.
5 Evergreen Dialogues Of Sushant Singh Rajput
1. Best Lines On Love From ‘Raabta’
“Ladkiyan Na Hero Se Nahi … Heere Se Pyar Karti Hai’
Kriti Sanon and Sushant Singh Rajput shared a beautiful bond of friendship, love, and co-stars. We all have witnessed their chemistry on and off-screen. Both did only one movie ‘Raabta’ together and during the making, they got closer.
However, none of them confirmed the rumors of the two dating each other. Sushant played a dual role in Raabta and entertained the audience with cheesy, romantic, and simple dialogues that make sense.
2. Definition Of Winner And Loser By ‘Chichore’
“Tumhara result decide nahi karta hai ki tum loser ho ki nahi … tumhari koshish decide karti hai”
The movie got huge appreciation and also won National Film Awards for the Best Feature Film in Hindi. It is indeed one of the most inspiring movies of Bollywood that portraits failure and success. However, Chichore has many worthy dialogues but one to set in your mind is this:
3. Learn About Failure From ‘Dil Bechara’
“Success ke baad ka plan sabke paashai … lekin agar galti se fail ho gaye … toh failure se kaise deal karna hai … koi baat hi nahi karna chahta”
The movie was the beginning of one actor-Sanjana Sanghi and unfortunately came out as the end of a rare talent of Bollywood- Sushant. It was released on Disney+ Hotstar and within 40 minutes it topped the IMDB rating.
It taught us the importance of life most beautifully and emotionally.
4. Truth VS Lie From ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshi’
“Sach ke aas pass wala jhooth pakadna mushkil hota hai”
The fictional movie directed by Dibakar Banerjee however did not do extremely well at the box office and was a commercial failure. But it received positive critic’s reviews and was also nominated for Stardust Awards.
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5. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Debut Film ‘Kai Po Che’
“Tere Sikko Ki Chhan Chhan se mere hawa ki keemat kam ho rahi hai”
The debut movie of Sushant Singh Rajput was a superhit and for the first time audience saw a superstar in him. The role of a boy with big dreams and heart perfectly matched Sushant’s life and that added life into the character.