31 Salman Khan Dialogues That are Powerful Lesson From Bhaijaan

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Aaliya Sheikh

Feb 1, 2021|8 min read


Salman Khan, the ‘Dabangg’ star of Bollywood, has entertained us for more than 25 years and has played various characters with ease. Most of his films are blockbusters and have even broken many records. He has an abundant number of fans that his films considered as hits even before its release date.  

Salman Khan Dialogues from Bollywood Movies

Apart from entertainment, the star has given us a lesson or two on being a good human. Salman Khan movies have contributed to bringing some positive changes in the society and even taught us some valuable lessons through movies. These lessons can be grabbed by the audiences via the powerful Salman Khan dialogues as well.

Coupled with Bhaijaan's exceptional dialogue delivery and acting skills, the words in the dialogues touch the heart. While some of them have a romantic feel, others have an inspirational spirit. Here are the best and famous Salman Khan dialogues that provide us with good life lessons.

1. Kyun ki bhagwan ek hi waqt har jagah nahi ho sakte na, is liye unhone maa ko banaya hai. (Garv)

This dialogue depicts the importance of a mother in one’s life. God can’t be everywhere at the same time that’s why he made a mother. A mother who made various sacrifices for us, who knows what we want beforehand.

2. Aam aadmi sota hua sher hai, ungli mat kar, jaag gaya toh cheer phad denga. (Jai Ho)

This Salman Khan dialogue depicts the power that rests within the common man. It shows how strong a common man is, he is like a sleeping lion when he wakes up he destroys everything.  

3. Achche waqt ki ek kharabi hai, achcha waqt khatam ho jaata hai . . . lekin bure waqt ki ek achchai hai, ke woh bhi khatam ho jaata hai. (Main Aur Mrs Khanna)

This dialogue represents that we face many challenges in life. It has many ups and downs. Some days are good and some days are bad,  but the common thing is that this has come to end whether it is a good day or a bad day.

4. After every sunset, there's a sunrise. Ek naya din, ek nayi umeed, ek nayi shuruvat. (Baabul)

This dialogue depicts that after every sunset there is a sunrise, that same applied in life there is a new day with new hope and opportunities.

5. Do Hindustani picturon ki poster deewar pe tangane se koi Hindustani nahi banta . Hindustani woh hota hai joh apna ghar jalakar doosro ko dabishta hai. (Lucky: No Time For Love)

This dialogue shows the integrity and unity of the Indian people. Just by hanging a poster of Indian movies, you don’t become an Indian. Someone who helps and protect others is true Indians.

6. Joh aurat doosri aurat ki izzat na kare, hamari nazar mein woh aurat hi nahi. (Dabangg 3)

Women are Women’s worst enemies. This dialogue gives us a good life lesson that a woman doesn’t respect other women just because of jealousy and insecurities. 

7. Haste huye chehre ka gham padhna kitna mushkil hota hai. (No Entry)

Here’s the another famous Salman Khan dialogue that shows the emotion of people who tried to hide their miseries behind their beautiful smile. 

8. Hum Bajrangbali ke bhakt hain, mar jaenge par jhooth nahi bolenge. (Bajrangi Bhaijaan)

Salman Khan dialogues also have a cute element attached to them. This dialogue represents the belief and faith that a person has for God, always chooses the path of honesty. 

9. Koi tumhe tab tak nahi hara sakta,  jab tak tum khud na haar jao.  (Sultan)

This dialogue helps us to gain confidence and courage. No one can defeat you until you lose faith in yourself. Be positive and confident to achieve your dreams. 

10. Har family mein problem hain, par vo khushnaseeb hain jinki family hai. (Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo)

The word ‘Family’ brings out various emotions. This dialogue indicates that one should be lucky because you have a family who supports you in difficult times.  

11. Is Vardi ki shaan pe jaan dena seekho, imaan bechna nahi. (Auzaar)

This Salman Khan dialogue shows the truth and honesty of a police officer. The police officer gives his life to safeguard others not to sell his dignity. 

12. Agar tere paas nafrat ki taqat hai, toh mere paas ab mohabbat ki shakti hai. (Suryavanshi)

Love conquers all. This dialogue shows the importance of love in life. There is no difficulty or disease in the world that love will not conquer or heal. 

13. Kamaan se nikla teer, aur zabaan se nikli baat kabhi wapas nahi aati. (Veer)

This dialogue gives us a life lesson of ‘think before you speak’. Just like an arrow leaves the bow never comes back, words cannot be taken back once said. 

14. Main maut ko takiya,  aur kafan ko chaadar banakar audhta hoon. (Garv)

This dialogue shows the courage and sacrifice made by our soldiers. The one who sacrifices their life for the nation, to protect citizens of the country. 

15. There is always a first time, always a next time. (Dabangg)

Salman Khan dialogue like this motivates various peoples. There is always a first time and next time. There is always a first time to start and to do something

16. Aap thank you mat kahiye. Instead teen logon ki madad ki jiye aap, aur un teeno se kehna ki woh teen aur ki madad karen, duniya badal jayegi. (Jai Ho)

Another famous Salman Khan dialogue which reflects a good example of humanity and to bring positive changes in the society. 

17. Izzat se baat,  izzatdar logon se ki jaati hai . . .  bhadwon se nahin. (Garv)

Salman Khan dialogues teach us important lessons. This dialogue directly indicates ‘Give Respect, Take Respect Otherwise Don’t Expect For Respect’. 

18. Suar hamesha group mein shikaar karte hai . . .  aur sher akele. (Wanted)

This dialogue has a bold angle. This one is for all the dabang people out there. It’s your life, your race, you are all alone in this race. 

19. Rishtey ko mazboot hona chahiye . . .  majboor nahi. (Kick)

This dialogue tells us about the various relationships of human beings. It depicts that there should be love in every relation, it should be strong and powerful, not weak or hopeless. 

20. Utna hi maro . . .  jitna ki khud bardasht kar sako. (Dabangg-2)

Another famous Salman Khan dialogue from Dabangg-2 depicts the power of Karma. It indirectly depicts that be careful how you treat people. What you do to others will come back on you. 

21. One man can make a difference! (Jai Ho)

This will help to bring positive changes in society. It depicts the power of the one, your opinions or point of view can bring a lot of changes. 

22. Aksar log mujhse poochte hai ki mera surname kya hai,  jaati kya hai,  dharam kya hai . . .  aur main unse muskurake kehta hoon . . .  ki is desh ke naam pe mere bauji ne mera naam Bharat rakha . . .  ab itne badhe naam ke aage jaati,  dharam,  surname lagake na toh apna aur na hi is desh ka maan kam kar sakta hoon. (Bhaarat)

This powerful dialogue of Salman Khan from the movie Bhaarat shows the pride of the country. It shows the respect of the character towards his country. 

23. Yakeen ek tubelight ki tarah hota hai, der se jalta hai, lekin jab jalta hai, toh full light kar deta hai. (Tubelight)

This beautifully written dialogue is from Salman Khan’s Bollywood film Tubelight. Here he tells us that faith is like tube light, it takes time to gain faith. 

24. Jiske dil mein Ram base ho, uske liye koi bhi cheez asambhav nahi hai. (Bajrangi Bhaijaan)

Another motivational dialogue from the film Bajrangi Bhaijaan. This is the best dialogue to boost confidence. It reminds us that nothing is impossible, it's your dedication and belief that will bring success. 

25. Life mein doosron ke liye itna karna, ki kabhi kam na pade. (Har Dil Joh Pyaar Krenga)

Isn’t it feels good when you do something good for other people? Life is short don’t waste it, make it resourceful. Do good and be good to others. 

26. Burre waqt ki ek baat achi hoti hai, ki woh bhi guzar jaata hai. (God Tussi Great Ho)

Some days are good some are bad. Sometimes you feel low and hopeless. Don’t be afraid of it, as it has one quality that these days will also pass away. Isn’t it one of the best Salman Khan dialogues?

27. Is duniya ki shuruvat insaaniyat se hui hai . . .  aur aaj is duniya ko sirf ek hi mazhab ki zaroorat hai . . .  aur woh hai insaaniyat. (Tiger Zinda Hain)

There is nothing more important than humanity. Today’s world only needs one religion and that is humanity.

28. Ghar bada ho ya chota . . .  ghar mein rehne waalo ka dil bada hona chahiye. (Sirf Tum)

This emotional dialogue of Salman Khan from the film Sirf Tum depicts that it doesn’t matter whether the house is big or small, what matters is that the people who live in it must have big hearts.  

29. Agar yeh hi hai aapki duniya toh nahi chahiye mujhe aapki duniya, nahi chahiye mujhe woh duniya jis mein ek ladki ke saare haq cheene jaye - beti hone ka,  behen hone ka,  biwi hone ka - ek zinda insaan ko ek bejaan cheez ki tarah bazar mein rakha jaye . . .  uska mol lagaya jaye,  usse khareeda jaye,  usse becha jaye . . .  aur phir kaha jaye ki yahi duniya ka dastoor hai . . .  nahi chahiye mujhe aapki duniya. (Baaghi)

This dialogue perfectly reflects the life of women. It depicts how women are treated in our society. How the rights are being snatched from the girls by the people in the name of tradition or culture.   

30. Jinke paas pyar ki daulat ho . . .  unhe kabhi gareeb nahi samajhna chahiye. (Har Dil Joh Pyaar Krenga)

Love is the greatest wealth in life because it beats our feelings for materialistic things. Your real wealth is not gold or silver, but it is the wealth of love, empathy and kindness are treasured within us. 

31. Sapne dekhna achchi baat hai, par kahi baar unke peeche daudte daudte na apne peeche choot jaate hai. (Sultan)

This dialogue reflects on the importance of family and their contribution to turning your dreams into reality. You realise this only after you leave everything behind.

These Salman Khan dialogues are motivating and inspiring. Isn’t Salman Khan is the best now on both the box office and on the encouraging front? We hope these dialogues will be very helpful in bringing out positive changes in society. 

Needless to say, these are some of the inspiring dialogues that will be remembered by audiences for a long time.

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