Film : Agar...If
Year of release : 1977
Spoken by : Daver (Kader Khan)
Spoken to : Jangoo (Unknown)
Dialogue writer : Moinuddin
This underrated thriller of the golden period of Hindi cinema is surely lifted from some English film. I just can't figure out which one. Of course they let it meander towards the end - in classic Hindi film style. But it is still better than some of the films that are touted as classics.
Jangoo is Daver's henchman and he has slipped up badly in allowing one of the men he was tailing to be caught by the police. Daver is wild that his elaborately laid plan is being torn asunder. Jangoo realises that his time is up, and does what henchmen under fire do best - beg.
"mujh pe raham karo, merii beewii, mere bachche....raham karo..."
"मुझ पे रहम करो, मेरी बीवी, मेरे बच्चे...रहम करो..."
Like in volleyball, the dialogue is nicely setup for Daver for a great smash. And he executes it well enough.
"main sirf yateem bachcho.n pe raham kartaa hoo.n...aur aaj se tere bachche bhee raham ke qaabil ho jaayenge"
"मैं सिर्फ़ यतीम बच्चों पे रहम करता हूं...और आज से तेरे बच्चे भी रहम के क़ाबिल हो जायेंगे"
Do I need to tell you what follows?
Unlike many other lines on this blog, it is unlikely that you would be able to use it anywhere. But I still wanted to feature this line.