Rajat Arora’s dialogues from Tadap wins appreciation – Fans say term him the king of one liner’s again

Rajat Arora’s dialogues from Tadap wins appreciation – Fans say term him the king of one liner’s again

Sajid Nadiadwala has successfully launch Suniel Shetty’s son, Ahan to the showbiz with Tadap, as the film has collected Rs 15 crore already in its four-day run. The Milan Luthria directorial is rock steady at the box office and the public reports suggest a healthy trend going forward. The reviews have poured in over the weekend, and an element that has found universal appreciation are the dialogues and screenplay written by Rajat Arora. The writer is known for his work in films like Taxi No. 9211, The Dirty Picture, Once Upon A Time In Mumbai, Kick, Gabbar Is Back and Thalaivii to name a few.
 
A review from a leading website praised his work saying, “Rajat Arora's screenplay is engaging. RX 100 was a lengthy film but Rajat has shortened the narrative at several places for a better impact. He also added some interesting scenes; the scene where Ishaana and Ramisa exchange books is one case in point. Rajat Arora's dialogues are impressive. He is known for penning memorable one-liners and has peppered the film with some sharp dialogues.”
 
Another newspaper appreciated his dialogues saying, “Tadap serves you raw action laced with heavyweight dialogues.” The reviewers aside, the fans on social media too shared their thoughts on the taunt screenplay and seeti-maar dialogues. Rahul Deo Bhardwaj tweeted, “Har Aag Ki Kismet Mein Raakh Hota Hai… Tadap is a great watch just for such passionate dialogues.”  Another user, Ravi Sindal shared, “Aurat Kab Kis Par Meherbaan Ho Jaye, Aur Kab Kiska Mazaak Bana De.. Koi Nahi Jaanta. @rajatsaroraa sir.. King of dialogues… #AhanShetty baba, you are a big star.”
 
Rishimukh Jadhav praised another heroic dialogue from the film. “Agar Main Sharab Hota, Gale Se Utara, Sir Pe Chadhta … Har Dil Pe Mera Raaj Hota.. Har Pyas Ka Taj Hota. @rajatsaroraa, awesome movie awesome dialogues.” Another viewer, Adesh Prabhu feels that the RX 100 remake is lifted by the dialogues and solid production values provided by Sajid Nadiadwala. “Rajat Arora is the godfather of dialogue writing. And Sajid Nadiadwala just can’t go wrong when it comes to launching a debutant,” Adesh believe
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