Rajinikanth turns 70, From Murattu Kaalai to Kabali, Newsable enlists evergreen dialogues of Superstar
First Published Dec 12, 2020, 2:37 PM IST
As Rajinikanth turns 70 today, celebrations across India and the world by Rajini fans surface on social media.
From Prayers to milk abhishekham and serving food to poor all are being held. Asianet Newsable enlists 10 evergreen dialogues chronologically over the years from his films.
The film in which Rajini plays Kaaliyas as a rich landlord yet chooses to live an ordinary life is faces hurdles from Sundervelu a negative shade played by Jaishankar.
In one instance when a henchman is set to Rajin to sell his land, Rajini confronts and in reply, he uses this dialogue 'Seeviduven' which means I will tear you apart.
Dialogue: 'Yean Na Ni En Nanban'
The Diwali release was a successful venture of Mani Rathnam featuring Ranijikanth, Mammootty then.
It was a film centered around a crime drama and friendship between Deva played by Mammooty and Surya played by Rajinikanth.
Although they began their first introduction on a bad note, they became friends. Surya's family which abandoned him in childhood finds him and he also recognizes yet he decides to stay with Mammooty who chooses the violent path to get justice to the poor.
In once such instance when Deva asks why Rajini still preferred to stay with Mammooty despite having his family and Rajinikanth replies 'Yean Na Ni En Nanban' which means because you are my friend.
Dialogue- 'Malai Da Annamalai'
Annamalai played by Rajinikanth in the film is centered around a milk vendor and who is ready to do anything for his friend Ashok played by Sharath Babu.
Due to jealously and ploy from Ashok's father played by MR Radha about the friendship between a poor milk vendor and, the friendship cracks and Annamalai is who sold all his property for Ashok is left on the streets. Later with efforts, Annamalai's fortune turns around and he becomes. In one such business meeting after bagging the contract, Rajini uses this punch dialogue ' Malai Da, Annamalai' to insult friend turned feo. Annamalai means a sacred hilltop and considered as Lord Venkateshwara's abode.
Dialogue: 'Naan orudada solluna noora dade sollunamadari'
This one of the cult film of Rajinikanth which made him the superstar for his powerful dialogues.
Rajnikanth to avenge his friend's murder by Mumbai gangster Anthony played Raghuvaran turns a don and changes his name from Manickyam to Manick Baasha.
And every time he encounters Raghuvaran's henchmen and the villain himself, he uses this dialogue in the conversation.
'Naan orudada solluna noora dade sollunamadari', means If I tell once, it is equal to saying 100 times.
Dialogue: 'Yean Vali Tani Vali'
The 1999 release was one of the biggest films in Rajinikanth's career as it centered the revenge from a woman after she gets is rejected by Padaiappa played by Rajinikanth.
Nilaambari played by Ramya Krishnan is powerful and every time she crosses his path, Rajinikanth warns her to keep away from himself. And uses this dialogue 'Yean Vali Tani Vali' (My way is a different way).
Dialogue: 'Gatham Gatham'
Baba is a film based of a carefree youth who does not believe in god. But is a reincarnation Saint from the Himalayas and how manages the relationship with others in society.
In the film when he does not want to prolong any conversation or to put an end to nonsense, he uses the words 'Gatham, Gatham, Mudindadu Mudunjipochi, which means, it's finished.
Dialogue: 'Kanna Pannigathan Kootamva Varum, Singam Singalatha Varum'
Shivaji played by Rajinikanth is a Shankar's film. The film revolves around an Indian who makes a good fortune abroad and returns to India to make his State progress faces hurdles by real-estate and education mafia. Suman who plays a bad guy sends his henchmen to attack Rajinikanth and when a group of bad elements confronts Rajini he tell this famous dialogue 'Kanna Pannigathan Kootamva Varum, Singam Singalatha Varum' (Pigs come in the herd, but the lion is single).
Kaabali played by Rajini made waves not only in India but also in Malaysia and Japan as he has earned fans for his punch dialogues. In the film, he plays an aged gangster released from prison and is on the lookout for his daughter and wife.
When Veerasakharan a villain asks abound who is that Kaabali, Rajini's powerful entry after smashing few baddies is laced with this dialogue 'Kaabali Da' which means I am Kaabali.