10 Famous Bollywood Dialogues And Their Usage


Bollywood can really be a cliché When every idea runs out, the producers churn out tried and tested amalgamations of previous blockbusters, and what more? These films run into 200 crore clubs effortlessly. However, it is interesting to note how the dialogues of the films gets incorporated into our household language and becomes a part of our discourse. Perhaps the silver screen infiltrates deeper than we usually notice!
Here are some dialogues, witty, stereotypical, clichéd yet so very loved. Let’s see how many of them you yourself use on a daily basis.

Dialogues In Bollywood

Dialogue 1: “Bhabi hogi teri aur shadi hogi meri”
Film: Andaz Apna Apna
Usage: Whenever a guy spots a pretty girl he is sure to give this dialogue to his friend standing next to him.

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Dialogue 2: “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost”
Film: Om Shanti Om
Usage: After your friend has broken up and you turn up to console him/her.
Picture-abhi-baki-hai-mere-dostDialogue 3: “Kitne aadmi they?”
Film: Sholay
Usage: You usually utter this in the classic Amjad Khan style whenever you have to know the number.

Dialogue 4: “Dosti ki hai, nibhani toh padegi”
Film: Maine Pyar Kiya
Usage: Used in emotional and touchy moments of friendship.

Dialogue 5: “Teen chizon ko kabhi underestimate mat karna… I, me and myself”
Film: Ready
Usage: When you really need to assert yourself after a bout of depression with Salman Khan kind of confidence.
Dialogue 6: “Hum ek baar jeeta hai, ek baar marte hai, shadi bhi ek hi baar hoti hai, aur payar…ek hi baar hota hai”
Film: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Usage: When you are deeply in love and wish to show off your earned experience in relationships to your friends in a brooding tone.
Dialogue 7: “Swagaat nahi karoge aap humara?”
Film: Dabaang 2
Usage: The moment you step into your friend’s house and need to be sarcastic and cheeky.
Dialogue 8: “Bade bade deshon mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hai, Senorita.”
Film: Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
Usage: When you try to pick up a girl or lighten the mood in a grave situation by being cheesy with a dash of cuteness.
Dialogue 9: “Hum tum mein itne cheed kar denge ki confuse ho jaoge ki saans kaha se le aur padein kahan se!”
Film: Dabaang
Usage: When you are extremely aggressive and need to show your genuine wrath.
Dialogue 10: “Dost fail ho jaye toh dukh hota hai, lekin dost first aajayen toh zyada dukh hota hai.”
Film: 3 Idiots
Usage: Before and after a declaration of results, usually in a melancholic tone.

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Shreyashi Chakraborty, a book and music lover, opinionated introvert. A passionate wordsmith, who love playing with ideas and forging them into strings of beautiful words. She strongly believe in her ideals and strive to utilize her writings to hold up a mirror to the society. Her fond hobby includes smashing the flawed notions encroached in minds and liberating them.