Meet The Dialogue Writer Of ‘Jawan’, Sumit Arora Who Was Also Behind The Family Man & Stree

The teasers and trailer for Jawan have been released and besides the remarkable visuals of the film, there are two dialogues that stood out.

One: Jab main villain banta hoon na toh mere saamne koi bhi hero tik nahi sakta.
And two: Bete ko haath lagane se pehle baap se baat kar.

Once you hear the dialogues, they tend to give you goosebumps. These are dialogues that have a lasting impact on the audience. These are dialogues that people remember.

And the dialogues for Jawan are written by none other than Sumit Arora.


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This detail alone is evidence for the idea that the dialogues in Jawan are going to be kickass because Sumit Arora’s body of work includes writing dialogues for Stree, Dahaad, Guns & Gulaabs, The Family Man and 83.

Remember the famous dialogue in Stree which went like, “O Stree kal aana”? It was written by Sumit Arora.

According to News18, Sumit Arora started writing dialogues at the age of 15. At first, he used to write for newspapers. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, he revealed that his articles used to be featured on the editorial pages of newspapers. He had also received a job offer to write for a newspaper.


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But he chose to work on his craft of writing dialogues and scripts instead. In 2006, he started writing scripts for popular shows like Chhoona Hai Aasmaan and Dill Mill Gayye.

After Jawan, his next projects include Chandu Champion, featuring Kartik Aaryan, Raj & DK’s Citadel (featuring Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Varun Dhawan) and Atlee’s next film.

What a great body of work!

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