Bhojpuri language remake
Soorma Bhopali character was played by Jagdeep in Sholay.
mentioned by Amjad Khan
Deepu made references to this movie as a Dharmendra starrer films
Suri's son Babbu quotes the dialogue from this movie to impress a film-maker at a party.
Deven Verma tells that he wrote the script of Sholay
character referred to this movie as how hero woo their heroine with songs
Dilip explained how Amjad Khan got beatup by Dharmendra in this movie
KLPD made references to this movie after an explosion
character talking about films
One of the characters reenacts Veeru's "suicide" scene, pretending to be drunk and calling out to Basanti.
reference made to this movie and it's character "Gabbar Singh"
Deepak Kumar referred to beating the box office records of this movie.
Three brothers refers to make a action pack film which would beat this film records.
There are numerous references such as when a character asks Salman Khan's character, "Have you seen Sholay?", he says he's seen it 10 times. Amar (Aamir Khan) says that Prem's father has written it, which is a fact. Salman Khan's father Salim Khan co-wrote Sholay with Javed Akhtar. They were then called Salim-Javed
Govinda and Sanjay Dutt call themselves Veeru and Jai, which are the names of Sholay's lead characters.
Referenced in some dialogues. Also it is spoofed in some scenes
Several references to the film (trivia, songs, dialogues) made by Rahul Bose and Sanjay Suri, who play huge fans of the film
A guy says to Bharath that the last English film he saw was Sholay.
Mithilesh mentions he's seen the film
Dittu talks about Jay and Veeru to Roy
There are dialogues which refer to the characters in Sholay
The song Yeh Dosti plays in the background
The sidecar scene
Adi attempts to escape Inspector Kabir by throwing dust at him, same as in this movie. It doesn't work, as another character points out.
Sam mentions about Gabbar Singh in of the lines.
Macmohan references dialogue from film
characters sing "Yeh Dosti" while riding a bicycle, the song is later heard in the background when they wave goodbye
Farhan says 'Viru, Jai aa gaya hai'.
Paresh Raval keep asking Kalia 'Kitne aadmi the?'
The line "Tumhara naam kya hai Sonal?" is a reference to Sholay's famous line "Tumhara naam kya hai Basanti?"
famous "Yeh Dosti" song plays in the background when friendship is mentioned
While welcoming home Imran, his mother asks 'Kitne Aadmi The?'
Jordan mimics Veeru, one of the principal characters in 'Sholay' played by Dharmendra, mocking anger at Heer's desire to dance at seedy discotheques in front of other lustful men.
Poster is seen in the song Chinta Chinta
Gautam (Saif Ali Khan) repeatedly refers to Veronica (Deepika Padukone) as 'Veeru Paaji'.
There is a reference to a character
Poster shown in the first song
Siddharth mentions it throughout
The movie title is derived from one the dialogs from Sholay!
Jai viru poster is visible in truck
Characters are compared to the film
A poster is used
Dharmendra says Gabar Singh's words "Kitne Admi The" and Dharmendra sits on a motor cycle as he did in Sholay, but this time with an ape.
The film is mentioned many times
Poster is seen at riot scene
Song from the movie is sung during antakshri also surma bhopali charctor is from sholey
film title brought up in conversation
Sholey scene of shoting is spoffed
Basanti Gabbar are mentioned in Dharavi rap
Movie is playing on cinema
Dialogue from this film is heard on radio.
"Aa Jab Tak Hai Jaan" dance scene
movie played in the theatre
In a scene Neil watches Sholay in a theatre
Clips seen and discussed
Akshay watches the film with dogs.
Funny remake of the original movie
imitates dialogues and changes some words
The introduction scene of Gabbar Singh is spoofed
The movie within a movie spoofs the hit Indian film
"Character Dheela" song spoofs the scene of Basanti dancing for chained Veeru.
Ranbhir uses a trick fm that film