Hindi Cinema’s memorable monologues
A monologue is one of the most challenging aspects of acting. It requires a tremendous amount of dedication and hardwork as one has to memorize an entire dialogue & deliver it correctly in one go. Suffices to say that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. One little mistake or a wrong expression and the entire effort goes down the drain and you have to do it again!
Here are a few monologues that definitely deserve a standing ovation –
Shah Rukh Khan’s speech in Chak De! India is inspirational to another level. The impact of the movie and his monologues stays with you for a long time. The monologues make you want to watch the movie repeatedly and every time they raise those goosebumps. The monologue around the ‘Sattar (70) minutes’ leaves everyone speechless.
Naseeruddin Shah gives a revolutionary speech in A Wednesday. The serious monologue makes you want to stand and applaud at the power of the words! It ignites the patriotic spirit, bringing out the hidden Indian in you.
Kartik Aaryan has given fabulous performances in Pyaar Ka Punchnama 1 & 2 . The new chocolate boy has created a new benchmark for all the veterans in the industry. His five-minute long rant in Pyaar Ka Punchnama & about seven-minute long rant in Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 made every single guy out there agree and applaud. Kartik has earned several accolades for his monologue and performance in both the films.
Shahid Kapoor in Haider delivers an grand monologue about the poor and corrupt administration. Shahid has performed with a lot of intensity and power, with Haider being one of his best performances of all times. He also used a new word ‘chutzpah’ which he talks about in the monologue.
Nawazuddin Sidiqui does everything with excellence. His role in New York is one of the most poignant performances of the film. He delivers a two-minute, heart-wrenching monologue about how he was tortured by the police for being a terror suspect.
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