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Dialogues make or break a film: DON-2 underlining the maxim

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From the promos of DON – 2, apart from the slick action razzmatazz that it is going to unleash, one thing that is apparent is that the film is going to stand out for its dialogues. The same is conveyed in the frame where Kunal Kapoor introduces himself to Shahrukh Khan and Shah Rukh Khan tells Kunal Kapoor should not address him as "Sir", but DON. Indeed, it is these kind of dialogues that become the paisa vasool moments and ensure repeat audience. In the age of multiplexes, it is difficult to find moments of coins being thrown on the screen, but in the single screen theatres around the countryside, it still is an ambience to be soaked into.

While Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have relied on dialogues to back their performances, the third Khan – Aamir Khan, does not have a punch line so far arising from his cinema which could facilitate immediate registration of the character that he may have played so far, if one were to discount the character that he had played in RANGEELA. 

That being the maxim, it again is an opportunity to run through the films which have outstanding dialogues that provided the actors who mouthed them to create a symbiotic bond with the audience.

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