Famous Bollywood Dialogues Which Are Now Part of Our Everyday Life Conversation
If in this pandemic, your reply to ‘How are you?’ is “zinda hu yaar kafi hai”, then you are a true Bollywood buff. Bollywood has been a part of every Indian and without its fair share of drama and flair, our life is dull. So, it is no surprise that the famous Bollywood dialogues are now part of many people’s life.
The song and dance may be the center stage, but the dialogues are stuck in our minds and heart. Whether it is ‘mere pass ma hai’ or ‘kitne aadmi they’, we use dialogues now and then and in different situations. Performing such dialogues with perfection needs skills and genuine interest.
Bollywood might be a little over the top at times, but the iconic dialogues it has given us over the years have influenced our life. Some of them have touched our soul and that’s why they stay with us forever. So we have come up with a list of famous Bollywood dialogues that can be a cheat sheet to a good life.
‘Apna Time Ayega’ –Gully Boy
Be it when we get a good yelling from our parents or a girlfriend ditch us or we lost a match, we have used this dialogue.
‘Abey Bachhe Ki Jaan Lega Kya’ –Mr. and Mrs. Khiladi
Every time we get tons of work, be it from our school, office, or our parent, we all have uttered this dialogue. If we have not used this dialogue straight at the face, but definitely in our mind.
‘Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahi namumkin hai’ –Don
If you have done something fishy and have never got caught, then this dialogue is apt for you. But if you are a Bollywood fan, then you have to stand in front of the mirror and try this line out.
‘Badhe badhe desho me aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hai… senorita!’ –Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
‘Bacha Kabil Bano. Kamyabi to saali jhak maarke peeche bhagegi.’ -3 idiots
This is one of the best dialogues which are not only used by the millennials but the parents too.
‘Kaun kambakth hai jo bardasth karne ke lie peeta hai. Main to peeta hu ke bas saans le saku.’ –Devdas
When you are caught up drinking by your parents, friends, or even colleagues, then this dialogue can save you.
‘Mogambo khush hua’ –Mr. India
‘Jo main bolta hoon wo main karta hu..jo main nahi bolta wo main definitely krta hu’ –Rowdy Rathore
When people harass you for commitments or have trust issues with you, then bring the Rowdy inside you and show your dedication.
‘Rishte me to hum tumhare baap lagte hai, naam hai Shehensha.’ –Shehensha
This dialogue has been used by many people and number of times and especially if you are a Delhiite.
‘Pushpa, I hate tears!’ –Amar Prem
If you have made your beloved cry, then this dialogue can make her smile. I know it is cheesy, but cheesy is good if your girlfriend or wife smiles.
‘Babu Moshai..zindagi badi honi chahie lambi nahi.’ –Anand
One of those quotes to live by for sure and after this pandemic, everyone has realized the true meaning of this dialogue.
‘Gold to gold hota hai, chhora laave ya chhori’ –Dangal
Perhaps one of the most impactful movies, Dangal movie has broken patriarchy with beautiful dialogues. Every father who loves his daughter will connect with this dialogue.
Hum tum mein itne ched karenge … ki confuse ho jaoge ki saans kahan se le… -Dabangg
When you are angry with someone but in a light mood, then Chulbul Pandey’s famous dialogue is your go-to dialogue.
‘Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano Ramesh Babu’ –Om Shanti Om
Married women who wear sindoor every day have said this dialogue at least once in their lifetime.
‘Main apni favorite hoon’ –Jab We Met
Every little girl who loves herself has vouched by this dialogue. It's okay to love yourself and proudly saying it is not wrong at all.
‘Tension lene ka nahi sirf dene ka’ –Munna Bhai MBBS
After Sanjay Dutt said, “Tension lene ka nahi sirf dene ka” in the iconic comedy movie, this dialogue became a favorite for many. You can also try this motto in your life to have a stress-free one.
‘Tussi jaa rahe ho? Tussi na jao..’ –Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
If you want to look cute and stop your boyfriend to go after spending time together, then this dialogue is perfect. It can bring back all the feelings.
‘Beta tumse na ho payega’ –Gangs of Wasseypur II
This dialogue is so versatile and has been used so many times. It can be used in a lot of situations and by anyone, be it your parents, friends or your beloved.
These were some of the dialogues which are quite catchy, but I am sure there are many others which you still use in your day-to-day conversation. You can add fun to your chats with such dialogues. Also, if you are going to use these dialogues, then keep a safe distance from your parents, especially if they are also Bollywood buff like you. They will make sure the flying chappal will hit you.