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Can anyone tell a dialog of nana patekar ?

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Asked by snowalli, 23 Oct '07 11:00 am
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Ye le hindu ka khun...ye le muslim ka khun...dono ko mila diya..bata hindu ka kaun sa muslim ka kaun sa...are banane wale ne isme fark nai kiya tu kaun hota hai fark karne wala
Answered by SHASHIBHUSHAN, 23 Oct '07 11:02 am

 
  
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Nana Patekar is said to have a unique acting style. He is famous for his brash style of delivering his dialogues and his way of speaking reflects his deliverance of the lines. It is widely rumoured that he ad libs all of his lines and is held in high regard for this ability. He is known to give generously to the poor. He is also a sketch artist, a secret not known to the outside world. His sketches have sometimes helped the Mumbai Police to track criminals.

While he acted in movies such as Mohre (1987) and Salaam Bombay! (1988), he was noticed by the mainstream Bollywood industry and audience for his portrayal of the villain in the 1989 film, Parinda. He was awarded the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for the role. He also won the Filmfare Best Villain Award in 1992 for Angaar. He is often seen in many movies starring either Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff or Madhuri Dixit.

He is very well known for his role in the movie Ab Tak Chappan (2005) in which he plays a police officer wh ...more
Answered by psnarayan, 23 Oct '07 11:04 am

 
  
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"khadi chammach ki chai"
from film :- KOHRAM
Answered by dey sunela, 23 Oct '07 11:03 am

 
  
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Ek machchhar admi ko hijda bana deta hai
Answered by annie andrews, 23 Oct '07 11:02 am

 
  
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He he he sar pe nahin marne ka.Bheja chota hota hai na. (Krantiveer)
Answered by rajesh sharma, 23 Oct '07 11:01 am

 
  
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