Tareek pe tareek – Sunny Deol in Damini
Action star Sunny Deol has been lucky to have done some of the greatest action movies in Bollywood. His action stunts, and punchy dialogues are very much a part of Sunny Deol’s on-screen persona for which he is famous and loved by his fans. Movie goers and Sunny fans look forward to his movies for not only his presence, but also his dialogue delivery style and some great dialogues that speak to them and for them.
It’s true that no one says it like Sunny Deol does! Sunny Deol’ s style of delivering his dialogues is so unique that a whole generation of mimics have grown up trying to copy his style . Radio advertisements often fall back on a Sunny Deol sound-alike to capture people’s attention and sell their products He is often loud, forceful and strong as he shouts at his arch enemy, but he has also sometimes been soft voiced and menacing. The feeling of anger and frustration of the character comes through clearly and effectively in his dialogues and the audience feels good listening to him shouting down the bad people and bad practices.
Sunny Deol to Amrish Puri : Dhai kilo ka haath
Sunny Deol has some very memorable dialogues in movies like Damini, Ghayal, Ghatak, Border and Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, among so many of his other movies.
His oft repeated and iconic dialogues include those dramatic ones in the film Damini. They include the courtroom scene where his character, the lawyer, shouts out ‘Tareek pe tareek’.
Sunny Deol’s confrontation with arch villain Amrish Puri in the film Damini is memorable for the ‘Dhai kilo ka haath’ dialogue where he flourishes his muscled arm and fist to great effect
The film Ghatak is remembered for the action scenes and explosive dialogues including the ‘mazdoor ke haath’ dialogue in the scene with Danny Denzongpa.
Sunny Deol showing his Mazdoor Ke Haath
‘Kyon Kyon’ was another explosive dialogue from the film Ghatak where Sunny blows out steam against a policeman and his wife after his daughter is killed.
Sunny Deol exploding with a Kyon Kyon in Ghatak
The film Ghayal was an action drama with Sunny at his best. His ‘bahut pachtaoge’ dialogue in jail, where he is strung up and is being beaten up by the cops was suitably menacing even though the character was bruised and hurting.
Only Sunny can tell a policeman – Bahut Pachtaoge
J.P Dutt’s war drama and multi- starrer, Border, had a galaxy of stars, yet Sunny managed to get some great patriotic dialogues including the ‘problem’ dialogue where he is stern towards a soldier who is leaving on a holiday despite his country and his comrades being in the middle of a war-like situation.
The patriotic Sunny Deol Problem Dialogue
Gadar: Ek Prem Katha was another Sunny Deol starrer film that was a huge hit, but the tone was jingoistic and Sunny Deol’s dialogues were loud and a hit despite its content.