Disco Dancer

1982 Indian Hindi film directed by Babbar Subhash

Disco Dancer is a 1982 Indian Hindi feature film directed by Babbar Subhash, starring Mithun Chakraborty in the lead role and Rajesh Khanna in a special appearance. The film tells the rags-to-riches story of a young street performer. It is especially known for its filmi disco songs composed by Bappi Lahari and its dialogues, some of which are as follows:-

  • "Don't you know the difference between green room and bedroom?" – David Brown, Sam's manager, later Jimmy's manager
  • "He's got guitar phobia. A guitar killed his mother." – P.N. Oberoi
  • "Thirty six managers like you would appear upon just one of Sam's dance movements, but a star like Sam is born only once every two or four centuries." – Sam Oberoi to manager David Brown
  • "Sam is the heartbeat of millions of girls. Now get out!" – Sam Oberoi
  • "Mr. Oberoi, this is the man. The bastard's killed seven people in London. And there was a very famous singer... I don't know his name, but he murdered him too. The bastard's a top class criminal." – Vasco, to P.N. Oberoi
  • "These are the tears of a popular famous artist." – Jimmy
  • "Come, sing, and conquer!" – David Brown
  • "Mother, I have my music. I will sharpen this music like a sword and stab the city's heart with it." – Jimmy
  • "Oh! It is the most wonderful birthday, any young girl can dream of!" – Nikki Brown
  • "Agar Tu Aaj Nahi Gaayega To Teri Maa Hamesha Hamesha Ke Liye Mar Jayegi" – Rajesh Khanna
  • "Kaal ke liye intezaar karna shikho, kaal parsu nahin aayega, kaal hi aayega." – Rita (Kim Yashpal) to Anil (Mithun)