Everyone knows at least one person who is a die-hard Bollywood fan. He talks the talk and walks the walk. With almost every famous dialogue on his lips, he is a prime contender for the "Baap of all Fans". He probably even has a favorite Bollywood dialogue. But ask him to choose a favorite scene from all his favorite films, and it’ll be a struggle. Well, because it is one.  With so many iconic scenes to be picked from, choosing just ten is extremely difficult. But with a heavy heart, we did. Here are ten scenes that define Bollywood the best! 

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge: Train Scene
It’s the iconic scene that has been re-produced many times. But none have been able to execute it the Raj-Simran way. 

Karan Arjun: "Mere Karan Arjun Aayenge" Scene
With plenty of memes, this scene is one of the most well-remembered scene from the nineties. 

Sholay: "Kitney aadmi the" Gabbar Scene 
Gabbar arguably is most loved "villain" that Bollywood has given us from one of the most iconic films that is Sholay. The scene featuring Amjad Khan talking to his gang of dacoits is not one any Bollywood buff isn’t aware of.  

Chak De: Sattar Minute Scene 
Nothing spells motivation like this scene does. Coach Kabir Khan’s speech is one of the best inspirational ones in the movies.  
Gangs of Wasseypur: Tumse Naa Ho Payega Scene 
This dialogue became legendary. What made it even more special was Ramadhir Singh’s expression. 

Pyaar Ka Punchnama: Rajjo’s Monologue
Rajjo’s five-minute dialogue won our hearts. You could almost hear the men scream, "Rajjo for President".   

Lagaan: The End of the Match 
The pride and joy this scene evokes, it almost engulfs you in a wave of patriotic fervor. 
3 Idiots: The ‘Balaatkar’ Speech
Chatur’s speech had the audience rolling in the aisles. 

Hera Pheri: The Wrong Number Scene
No one can forget this scene. Babu Bhaiya’s accent added to the funnies. 

Andaaz Apna Apna: "Teja Main Hoo. Mark Idhar Hai"
While Andaaz Apna Apna is a complete rib-tickling delight, this scene is specially remembered for the confusion that follows. 

Did we miss any of your favorites? Let us know.