A Twitter User Shows How This Character From Ishq Vishk Had Just One Dialogue In Entire Movie

A Twitter User Shows How This Character From Ishq Vishk Had Just One Dialogue In Entire Movie


Shahid Kapoor’s recent release “Jersey” may have bombed at the box-office as it was not able to stand against the competition posed by Yash starrer “KGF 2” but he is still one of the most loved actors of Bollywood.

Shahid made his debut in 2003 with “Ishq Vishk” which was directed by Ken Ghosh and Amrita Rao played the female lead in the movie. Though the film didn’t receive much success on its release, it garnered a lot of love and appreciation of audiences later on and Shahid Kapoor also won the Filmfare Award for the Best Male Debut for his role.

The flick was liked especially by youngsters and it won’t be wrong to say that still today many movie lovers won’t mind watching it if they get a chance. However, today we are going to tell you something strange about “Ishq Vishk” that you must not have noticed earlier. Can you believe that one character of the movie who got featured in many scenes had only one dialogue to say in every scene?

Yes, you read it right! We are talking about Dimpy, a Sikh who is a part of friends’ group of Shahid and he utters only one dialogue, “Kya baat kar raha hai yaar?”

The character was played by Damandeep Singh Baggan and his dialogue throughout the movie remained the same irrespective of the situation.

A Twitter handle shed light on this weird fact starting with this tweet,

“Ishq Vishk (2003) is one of the first movies I watched like an obsession. And while it is easy to dismiss it as another cliched college romance, there is a lot more to it. For starters, Damandeep Singh Baggan plays a cliched Sardar character called ‘Dimpy’.”

After this tweet, the Twitter user published a thread on this subject with video clips from the movie:

Have you watched the movie so closely ever or noticed this thing?

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