A Glimpse At Late Om Puri’s Abiding Dialogue Treasury


An artist’s life is counted in his acclamations and not in years. That is how we are going to remember the Bollywood actor, Om Puri. At an untimely age of 66, the actor suffered from a massive heart attack and passed away.

The actor was a National School of Drama alumnus and shared his learning days with Naseeruddin Shah. The actor was born on October 18, 1950 and a dweller from Ambala in Haryana.

Undoubtedly, He possessed the spunk to challenge himself for different roles and had been a versatile artist throughout his career.  His debut movie project was “Ghashiram Kotwal” in 1976. He kept on trying his phenomenal acting calibre for wide variety of roles giving us some of the best dialogues to enjoy and recall.

Om Puri

Below we have Om Puri’s undying dialogues which made him an eternal performer:

1. Accompanying it with his granulated voice, this dialogue from “Oh My God“, divulges the sense behind following any religion.

“Mazhab insaanon ke liye banta hai… mazhab ke liye insaan nahi bante”.

2. With composing some rustic words together, he effortlessly showed, what it takes to be really diligent and dutiful in your work. The dialogues comes from the movie, “Agneepath“.

“Jis din police ki vardi ka saath pakda.. us din darr ka saath chhod diya”.

3. What could be more triggering than these lines for soldiers of the country, accompanied with the thoughtful voice of Om Puri from the movie “China Gate“.

“Jung koi bhi ho, nateeja kuch bhi ho…ek sipahi apna kuch na kuch kho hi deta hai”.

4. Now, comes this simple yet most sincere dialogue in the language of love. Coming from the movie, “Pyar To Hona Hi Tha“, it explains why everybody should experience love in life.

“Har insaan ko zindagi me ek baar pyaar zaroor karna chaiye… pyaar insaan ko bahut achcha bana deta hai”.

5. The actor also had fair share of funny bone and that is why he could come up with this light hearted dialogue from the movie, “Awara Paagal Deewana“.

“Marne se pehle mere baal dye kar dena, I want to die young”.

6. This weighty dialogue from the movie “Kurbaan“, could not be better in any other voice.

“Yakeen ko hamesha waqt ke peeche chalna chaiye…aage nahi