Happy Birthday Ranbir Kapoor: 7 Iconic dialogues from RK’s films that will give you life lessons

As Ranbir Kapoor turns a year older, we bring you some of the most iconic dialogues from his films that will leave you with food for thought about life. Check it out.
Happy Birthday Ranbir Kapoor: 7 Iconic dialogues from RK’s films that will give you life lessonsHappy Birthday Ranbir Kapoor: 7 Iconic dialogues from RK’s films that will give you life lessons
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When it comes to an actor par excellence, only one names come to mind and it is Ranbir Kapoor. Right from the start, the star of the Kapoor family managed to leave an impression in the minds of the people. But, he really tasted success with his film Wake Up Sid. If one looks at Ranbir Kapoor’s filmography, one would find life lessons in each of his films. Be it his understated Salesman act in Rocket Singh-Salesman of The Year or his professionally struggling act as Ved in Tamasha, Ranbir nailed every character like a pro.

Today, Ranbir turns a year older, he has three major flicks in his kitty including Brahmastra with Ayan Mukerji, an action flick with Luv Ranjan and Shamshera with Yash Raj Films. However, his past work has left a lasting impression on the minds of people owing to which he enjoys a massive fan following all across the globe. As the star turns over a new leaf and grows a year older today, we bring you 8 iconic dialogues from his films that will leave you with food for thought about life, love and work. 

Rocket Singh- Salesman of The Year

One of the most underrated performances of Ranbir Kapoor includes Rocket Singh-Salesman of The Year. The actor played a young salesman whose boss is only concerned with numbers and not with customer satisfaction. Tapping into that opportunity, RK starts his own venture and does better numbers than his own company. One of the most iconic dialogues that will give businessman some insights into their business is, “Business number nahi, business log hai ... sirf log.”


Nailing the thief act in Roy, Ranbir managed to grip audiences with his laid back act in the film. One of the most memorable dialogues from the film which definitely leaves us with some food for thought is, “Log kehte hai ki kal main apni zindagi badal doonga, lekin kar nahi paate ... mera kal aa gaya hai, lekin hum chahe jitna badal jaye ... hum mein apne beete huye kal ki keemat deni padti hai.”


One of the best performances by Ranbir came in the multi starrer films made on the backdrop of a political family was in Rajneeti. The iconic film saw RK nail a subtle yet powerful act as the scheming son of a politician whose family is attacked time and again. One of the most iconic dialogues from the film that surely gives us a lesson to value the ones we love is, “Pyar jitna mushkil hota hai utni hi aasaani se kho bhi jaata hai.”

Wake Up Sid

Ranbir Kapoor nailed his act in Wake Up Sid as the youngster who slowly realises what he wants to do in life. We all saw ourselves in Sid played by RK perfectly as the college-going carefree student who has no regard for the future. But later realises and finds what he loves. One of the most memorable lines from the film that teach us to not forget that success can be enjoyed only with the ones you is, “Goals paane ki khushi tabhi mehsoos hoti hai … jab usse kisi ke saath share kar sako.”

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

One of the most loved films till date in Ranbir Kapoor’s filmography is the Ayan Mukerji directorial, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. The story of Kabir who is ambitious and doesn’t want to stop in life managed to leave a huge impact on all our lives. A dialogue by Ranbir that stuck with almost every one of is “Kahi Pohchne ke liye, Kahi se Nikalna bohot zaruri hai.. Sahi Waqt pe Katt lena chahiye, Warna Gile Shikwe hone lagte hai!” 

Anjaana Anjaani

A film that might not have received much success but definitely left an impression on our minds is Ranbir Kapoor Priyanka Chopra starrer Anjaana Anjaani. One of the most memorable scenes in the film when Ranbir tries to explain Priyanka the importance of life. In that moment, a dialogue that should be remembered when we feel low came by Ranbir and it is, “Marne ke liye tumhe kitne bhi reasons mil jaye .. jeene ke liye bas ek hi wajah kaafi hoti hai.”


As Ved on-screen Ranbir Kapoor essayed the struggles of everyday professionals who are torn between pursuing their stereotypical careers and doing what they love. A dialogue that is quite memorable from the same is, “Tu wohi hai joh subah ko office jaata hai aur shaam ko ghar aata hai ... boss ki daant khata hai aur kisi ko nahi batata hai.”  The words come as a wake-up call to all the professionals who are stuck in their miserable lives not doing what they love. 

Here's wish Ranbir Kapoor, Happy Birthday!

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