Most of the times, we find our own lines fail to suffice to express our own feelings. During such situations, we resort in an invariable way, to cheesy and awesome Bollywood movie dialogues. Even many times, such dialogues work as magic. In fact, it is a universal truth that at any point of life, every one of us spouted the wisdom of Bollywood, whether we admit it or not.Here, we would attempt to highlight few common dialogues, which were once popular onthe silver TV screen, but now are popularly used in real life situations.
- Dialogue 1-Tumse na ho payega i.imgur.com The dialogue of “Tumse na ho payega” has come from the Bollywood movie, Gangs of Wasseypur 2. Today, the dialogue has so much versatility that every individual opts to use it for describing others in almost every life situation. Indeed, the sarcasm increases beauty here.
- Dialogue 2-Jaa Simran jaa..jaa jee le apni zindagi sobodiaries.files.wordpress.com This dialogue is from the popular movie, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and it gave almost every young girl like Simran, across the world, a reason to run in the green mustard field by dressing in the white salwar suit. These girls collectively celebrate, as now they had the blessings of their loving father to do it.
- Dialogue 3-Rahul…naam to suna hi hoga fireflydaily.com Rahul is one of the common names of more than 90 percent boys in India. Hence, the dialogue “Rahul…naam to suna hi hoga” from the famous romantic movie Dil to Pagal Hai, gives such boys to introduce them in front of their friends and colleagues in such a funny way.
- Dialogue 4-Mere pass Maa hai peppystory.com The dialogue “Mere pass Maa hai” from the movie Deewar, and spoken by actor Mr. Amitabh Bachchan, is a perfect to beat all the other dialogues and to act as a perfect answer to the question intended to ask you,‘what you have today’. In fact, the dialogue would remain eternal even when apocalypse arrives in the world.
- Dialogue 5-Khush to aaj bahut hoge tum ndtv.com “Khush to aaj bahut hoge tum” is another famous dialogue of Deewar movie, which a person usually says when he finds his friends or anyone knows exactly what they wanted to but pretend to behave in a different way.
- Dialogue 6-Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain discourse-cdn.global.ssl.fastly.net Raj Kumar’s one of the best movies i.e. Waqt movie’s dialogue “Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain” is one of the cheesiest dialogues obtained from Bollywood movies. The dialogue suits perfect for all who annoy us or other people whom we like. Reason for this is very simple, as we take good care of us 😛
- Dialogue 7-Dosti mein no sorry no thank you imbalancedbastards.files.wordpress.com Salman Khan’s movie Maine Pyar Kiya’s dialogue i.e. “Dosti mein no sorry no thank you” has remained a popular dialogue among large numbers of school and college friends. In fact, it has become a colloquial phrase. Particularly, girls and boys say this whenever their friends intend to show formal behaviors.