Hema Malini is an evergreen actress of B-Town. The star never failed to charm us with her charisma and personality on screen. As the actress turns a year older today we take you on a trip through her most iconic dialogues that will make you recall all her movies.

Hema Malini is fondly known as the Dream Girl of Bollywood. Born in Tamil Nadu to a Brahmin family, the actor made her acting debut in 1963 with the Tamil film Idhu Sathiyam. Leaving a strong imprint on each one of her fans with her exemplary persona, the actor entered Bollywood in 1986 and bagged the lead role in the romantic movie ‘Sapno Ka Saudagar’ opposite veteran superstar Raj Kapoor.

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Hema Malini was known for her beautiful looks, acting mettle, and also she was one of the highest-paid actress of B-Town once. she has wowed and entertained the audience in more than 100 projects. Here is a look back at some of her iconic dialogues from the movies that made her an irrepressible star.

“Dum par kabhi zor se jhatka diya hota… to dum to kya k-tti-a bhi seedhi ho jaati hai”. The hilarious yet savage dialogue of Hema Malini from Seeta Aur Geeta movie in 1972 featured Hema Malini in a double role.

“Chal Dhanno, aaj teri Basanti ki izzat ka sawaal hai”. This famous dialogue is from yet another evergreen blockbuster ‘Sholay’ which starred Hema alongside megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Jaya Bachchan and Amjad Khan in lead roles. Hema played the role of Basanti- the iconic fictional character for which she will always be remembered.

“Dekho, mujhe befuzool baat karne ki aadat to hai nahi”. This famous dialogue is also from ‘Sholay’ delivered by Hema as Basanti. the story of Jai (Amitabh) and Veeru (Dharmendra), two ex-convicts, who are hired by Thakur Baldev Singh (Sanjeev), a retired policeman, to help him nab Gabbar Singh (Amjad), a dacoit, who spread his terror in the village of Ramgarh.

“Madira ki dukaan mein gangajal ko bhi log sharab hi samajh lete hai”. This popular dialogue is from Hema’s 1977 movie ‘Dhoop Chhaon’, which also stars Sanjeev Kapoor, Yogita Bali, and Om Shivpuri in the lead roles.

The legendary actor has portrayed all sorts of characters from funny to dramatic during her golden career. Her acting won her many awards including the Padma Shri.

(ALSO READ – KBC 13: Amitabh Bachchan All Shocked To See Hema Malini Recreate Dharmendra’s Lines From Sholay – Watch )

As Hema Malini turns a year older, Digihunt wishes the actress A Happy Birthday.

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