Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Movie Dialogues Quotes (Complete List)
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Movie All Hit Dialogues Lyrics : Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar is a 1992 Indian sports drama film directed by Mansoor Khan (who earlier directed Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak). The film stars Aamir Khan, Deepak Tijori, Mamik Singh, Pooja Bedi, Ayesha Jhulka & Kulbhushan Kharbanda in the lead roles, whilst Aamir’s brother, Faisal Khanmakes a special appearance. The music was by Jatin Lalit. The plot has certain similarities to the 1979 American movie Breaking Away. It was an inspiration for the 1999 Telugu film Thammudu which went on to be remade in Tamil as Badri(2001) and in Kannada as Yuvaraja(2001) and in Bengali in 2003 as Champion. The film Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar won the Filmfare award for best movie that year.
Below is the complete collection of all best dialogues from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Bollywood Movie.
Aamir Khan Best Dialogues of Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Movie with English Meaning Translations
- Ye mauka haath se mat jaane dena … jhappi maar ke pappi le lena
- Don’t let this opportunity go by … hug her and take a kiss
Pooja Bedi Hit Popular Dialogues Quotes In Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Bollywood Film In Hindi
- Jab main tumse pehli baar mili thi, main nahi jaanti thi ki tum kaun ho … lekin jab tumhe dekha toh aise laga jaise … tumhara hi intezaar tha
- When I met you for the first time, I didn’t know who you were … but when I saw you I felt as if … I was waiting for you
- Jis insaan ne pehli baat jhoot se shuru ki ho … usse kisi aur ko jhoota kehne ka koi haq nahi hai
- The person who started the first conversation with a lie … he has no right to call someone else a liar
Some Other Famous Dialogues Lyrics from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Hindi Movie
- Ek ek kona toh sabke paas hai … magar ladki kisi ko bhi nahi milti – Dialogue by Ayesha Jhulka
- Everyone has one corner … but no one has a girl – Dialogue by Ayesha Jhulka
- Aakhri chand second hi toh haar aur jeet ka faisla karte hai – Dialogue by Mamik Singh
- The last few seconds make the decision between winning and losing –Dialogue by Mamik Singh