Born on 18 March 1938 in erstwhile Calcutta, Shashi Kapoor was originally born as Balbir Raj Kapoor. The legendary actor started his career as a child artist in the late 1940s and appeared in Sangram (1950) and Dana Paani (1953). He then moved on to work in blockbuster movies such as Deewar, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Kabhi Kabhie, among several others. He featured in almost 116 movies. Out of 116 movies, 61 were as lead hero and 55 were multi-starrer movies whereas in 21 movies, he was a supporting actor. He also made special appearances in 7 films. Some of his best performances were in 1948 film Aag and 1951 Awaara. He also worked as an assistant director in movie, post Box 999 which was also a Bollywood debut of Sunil Dutt. Shashi made his Bollywood debut as an actor with 1961 flick Dharamputra. He is also remembered for his work in British and American film industry. He featured in 1963 The Household, 1965 Shakespeare Wallah, 1970 Bombay Talkie, etc.
But above all, he was known for getting under the skin of the character. His dialogue delivery style was phenomenal. How one could forget when the charming actor playing the role of cop Ravi in blockbuster Deewar confidently says, ''Mere Pas Maa Hai'' to his brother bragging about all the wealth?
Here are top 10 dialogues of the legendary actor-
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