No wonder Bollywood movies are like the stock market; they come, they rise and they sweep away. But there are some movies which are iconic and stay in our hearts forever. They make such big impact in our lives that we imbibe these movie dialogues in our daily lives. Here are some of such iconic dialogues.
“Aaj mere paas gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai… tumhare paas kya hai?” AMITABH BACHCHAN. “Mere paas, mere paas… Maa hai…,” SHASHI KAPOOR.
This dialogue is used many times by Indians, just to bring out the drama and emotion. But it is dangerous to say these dialogues in front of parents as they start saying, those were real movies, movies made today are full of shit!
“Kitne Aadmithe?”asked Gabbar Singh, and all the fans would get up to applaud. The brilliant actor AMJAD KHAN addressed these words too …. Arre-O-Sambha!
Indians now quote these dialogues to even know the strength of the employees present at a meeting. Aree o team lead, “Kitne aadmi the?”
- Namak Halal(1982)
“I can talk English, I can walk English, I can run English… because English is a very phunny
language,” AMITABH BACHCHAN.
Believe it or not, my auto driver once told me this dialogue when I asked him if he could communicate in English.
- Mr. India (1987)
Mogambo Khush Hua” –AMRISH PURI
Now every time there is some happiness that you want to share with your friends or siblings you become the Mogambo and express your ultimate happiness by saying Mogambo Kush hua!!
- Munnabhai MBBS(2003)
“Tension lene ka nahin, sirf dene ka,” –SANJAY DUTT… followed by jaadu ki Jhappi!
Haven’t we all acted like a pro and tried to show off that we are least worried by saying this dialogue.We try really hard and show off that ‘Mr.cool’ attitude with this dialogue.
“Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahi, namumkin hai,” –AMITABH BACHAN and SHAH RUKH.
This iconic movie dialogue is delivered by most of us after we cheat and not get caught in exams ormaybe while playing a card game with our siblings.
“Zindagi mein teen cheezon ke peechey kabhi nahin bhagna chahiye-bus, train aur chhokri,” –AAMIR KHAN.
We try and tell this dialogue to our friend who goes through a breakup. This dialogue is often followed by rounds of drinks.
The list doesn’t end here. The Bollywood movies have many more such dialogues and these dialogues are a part of our daily life. There are times when we as common men and women try to bring out the little actor inside us and enact the Bollywood dialogues.
Let us know which other iconic dialogue do you say quite often.