On the film's 38th release anniversary (24 August), we take a look at 5 scenes that epitomize the firepower of the film's dialogues and actors.

In 1979, Yash Chopra released the third part of his 'Angry Young Man' trilogy, Kaala Patthar. The series began with the iconic Deewaar (1975), followed by Trishul (1978). It was Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar who wrote the dialogues for all three films, creating some memorable and iconic lines.

Kaala Patthar stands out in the series for its plethora of stars, the subject of mines (which would later repeat itself memorably in Gangs of Wasseypur), and the blockbuster dialogues that flowed from the pens of Salim-Javed. The film had the scriptwriting duo at the peak of their powers, and their skill evident through the powerful dialogues and scenes set against a dramatic template.

Arvind Swamy, the Tamil actor, won many hearts and garnered appreciation by critics for his negative role in the movie Thani Oruvan. He played an interesting role of a scientist involved in unlawful practices and stunned the audience with his dialogues. The action thriller made a huge noise and Arvind Swamy outshined in his villainous avatar. The crisp delivery of dialogues and the witty tone received loads of appreciation from the audience. Don’t worry if you couldn’t watch the movie. We present you his 7 best dialogues from the film that will leave you head over heels –

On the film's 38th release anniversary (24 August), we take a look at 5 scenes that epitomize the firepower of the film's dialogues and actors.

In 1979, Yash Chopra released the third part of his 'Angry Young Man' trilogy, Kaala Patthar. The series began with the iconic Deewaar (1975), followed by Trishul (1978). It was Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar who wrote the dialogues for all three films, creating some memorable and iconic lines.

Kaala Patthar stands out in the series for its plethora of stars, the subject of mines (which would later repeat itself memorably in Gangs of Wasseypur), and the blockbuster dialogues that flowed from the pens of Salim-Javed. The film had the scriptwriting duo at the peak of their powers, and their skill evident through the powerful dialogues and scenes set against a dramatic template.

Arvind Swamy, the Tamil actor, won many hearts and garnered appreciation by critics for his negative role in the movie Thani Oruvan. He played an interesting role of a scientist involved in unlawful practices and stunned the audience with his dialogues. The action thriller made a huge noise and Arvind Swamy outshined in his villainous avatar. The crisp delivery of dialogues and the witty tone received loads of appreciation from the audience. Don’t worry if you couldn’t watch the movie. We present you his 7 best dialogues from the film that will leave you head over heels –

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On the film's 38th release anniversary (24 August), we take a look at 5 scenes that epitomize the firepower of the film's dialogues and actors.

In 1979, Yash Chopra released the third part of his 'Angry Young Man' trilogy, Kaala Patthar. The series began with the iconic Deewaar (1975), followed by Trishul (1978). It was Salim Khan and Javed Akhtar who wrote the dialogues for all three films, creating some memorable and iconic lines.

Kaala Patthar stands out in the series for its plethora of stars, the subject of mines (which would later repeat itself memorably in Gangs of Wasseypur), and the blockbuster dialogues that flowed from the pens of Salim-Javed. The film had the scriptwriting duo at the peak of their powers, and their skill evident through the powerful dialogues and scenes set against a dramatic template.

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