Gabbar Singh: What's going to happen to you now, Kaalia?
Imaam Saheb: [the blind Imaam comes into the group of villagers gathered around his dead son] Why's there so much of silence here?
Gabbar Singh: Hey Sambha, how much reward has the government kept on me?
Sambha: Sardar, 50,000 Rupees.
Thakur Baldev Singh: I'm putting you to some trouble, jailer.
Jailer: Not at all, sir. Just name it... whatever it be.
Thakur Baldev Singh: I need two men.
[Veeru and Jai are handcuffed in the train]
Veeru: Were you ever earlier at the Daulatpur police station, sir?
Thakur Baldev Singh: Yes, I was. Why did you ask?
Veeru: [Smiling] I remember now! Ever since you've caught us, I've been wondering where I've seen you. Remember Lalji's shop? The provision store which was robbed?... Do you remember?
Thakur Baldev Singh: Lalji's provision store? No...
Veeru: You don't remember?
[waking up Jai with his elbow]
Veeru: Jai... Jai. Remember, when we were held for two days at the Daulatpur police station?
Jai: [wakes up] Daulatpur police station?
Veeru: Yeah, yeah.
Jai: When were we locked up there?
Veeru: When we broke into that grocery store.
[gesturing towards Thakur]
Veeru: He was the police officer then. Don't you recognize him?
Jai: [Looking at Thakur] All police officers look the same to me.
Basanti: [to Jai and Veeru when they arrive at rail station] Well, gentlemen. Where will you go? Belapur, Rampur, Ramgarh... where do you want to go, tell me?
[Veeru looks at her in surprise]
Basanti: Have you never seen a horse-cart before? This is a village, sir. You can't find cars here in which you can sit down and speed away. Basanti's 'tanga' is all you will find around here. Now look; I'm not in the habit of talking unnecessarily. Say so, if you wish to go.
Veeru: [he is drunk and addressing the villagers from the top of the water tower in bad English] When I dead... police coming. Police coming... 'budiya' going jail. In jail, the old hag will be grinding and grinding and grinding and grinding and grinding...
[he falls backwards]
Veeru: [Closing dialogue] Well, Thakur... I must leave now.
Thakur Baldev Singh: [train whistle indicates train is about to leave] I know I can't share your grief; but I do.
Gabbar Singh: You have a lot of strenght left in your arms, don't you? Remember what you said to me that day? 'These aren't arms, they're your noose'. Look at you now, the noose has opened! You still have alot of strenght in your arms, don't you? Give me your arms, Thakur.
Gabbar Singh: How do you plan to fight me Thakur? I've long cut off, and discarded, your arms.
Thakur Baldev Singh: One uses their feet to crush a snake Gabbar, not the hands.
Imaam Saheb: It is time for my Namaz. Somebody please take me to the Mosque.