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20 Famous Bollywood Dialogues Every Fan Uses Daily.


Quintessentially an industry that produces musicals and great storytelling sagas, Bollywood is not without its fair share of drama and flair. So it comes as no surprise, that the famous Bollywood dialogues have shaped the ethos of popular Indian culture through the decades.

The song and dance may be center stage in a typical Bollywood film, but the one major thing that defines our style is dialogue. Whether it’s the villain asking ‘kitne aadmi they’ or the hero affirming 'mere paas maa hai.", memorable dialogues in Bollywood often make for successful and career re-affirming roles.

Performing iconic and famous Bollywood dialogues takes skill, practice and a genuine craze for the Hindi film industry. While many of us fans use the best Bollywood dialogues daily, internet personas and content creators like Kusha Kapila and Dolly Singh are making their mark with smooth renditions of iconic and funny Hindi dialogues to entertain the online masses.

We thought it would be amazing fun to delve into 20 of our fave dialogues from Bollywood movies that we’re sure you’ve heard in amusing everyday conversations. Read on for a trip down the memory lane and a chuckle!

1) “Mogambo Khush Hua”

Mogambo Khush Hua
Source: Meesho

Movie: Mr.India
Delivered by: Amrish Puri

An evergreen Indian classic, Mr. India was a movie full of iconic moments, funny Bollywood dialogues and memorable scenes thanks to Mr. Amrish Puri’s exceptional portrayal of an over-dramatic character. Decades after the release of this film, this dialogue is often heard in casual conversations between family & friends.

Millennial Speak: “I am nefariously pleased.”

2) “Main apni favorite hoon.”

Main apni favorite hoon.
Source: NDTV

Movie: Jab We Met

Delivered by: Kareena Kapoor

There is no denying that Kareena Kapoor’s bubbly character in this fun romedy is one of her most charming portrayals to date. Adding a memorable detail to her extremely verbose character, Geet is also a highly positive and optimistic personality. Hence, when this dialogue pops up in one of her hilarious monologues, it is as endearing as it is entertaining. We should take a leaf out of Geet’s book, and be our own favorites too!

Millennial Speak: “I am head over heels in self-love”

3) “Khul ke ro nahi sakogi, toh khul ke has kaise paogi?”

Khul ke ro nahi sakogi, toh khul ke has kaise paogi?
Source: ScoopWhoop

Movie: Dear Zindagi
Delivered by: Shah Rukh Khan

Our hearts were collectively melted when this heartfelt dialogue was delivered by SRK with his signature suave & empathetic delivery. The seaside, the glint in his eyes and the general mood of the film makes this dialogue worth remembering. Embracing oneself, in all our glory - good & bad - is key to living a balanced life. It’s important to acknowledge the negative too once in a while so that it doesn't fester into something destructive. A lesson worth learning, indeed.

Millennial Speak: “Therapy is awesome!”

4) “Aaj mere paas bangla hai, gadi hai, bank-balance hai - tumhare paas kya hai?”
“Mere paas Maa hai.”

Mere paas Maa hai.
Source: NDTV

Movie: Deewar
Delivered by: Amitabh Bachchan & Shashi Kapoor

Arguably one of the most iconic moments in Hindi cinema, this robustly candid exchange during the course of a confrontation among brothers is a part of the famous Bollywood dialogues hall of fame. Striking with the vein of our nation and resonating with Indian culture, this dialogue is widely used to make a point.

Millennial Speak: “Mothers are a gift from heaven”

5) “Jaa Simran, jaa. Jeele apni zindagi”

Jaa Simran, jaa. Jeele apni zindagi
Source:Google

Movie: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
Delivered by: Amrish Puri

DDLJ is a cult classic filled with script writing that can win trophies for the best dialogue in Hindi cinema’s illustrious run. However, this dialogue, delivered by the revered Amrish Puri is the sure-shot winner. After all, how can we not stan a dialogue that is relatable to so many Indian families? Younger generations often quote this dialogue to describe instances when their parents finally relinquish control over their life decisions. A fitting line, for a fitting sentiment.

Millennial Speak: “I’m free to date whoever I like - finally.”

6) “All izz well”

All izz well
Source: NDTV

Movie: 3 Idiots
Delivered by: Aamir Khan

The mantra of any entrance exam goer, this sometimes inspirational and sometimes funny Hindi movie dialogue is the very best of the bunch! Emphatically delivered by Aamir Khan, with his fingers fluttering over his heart, is enough to calm the most frayed nerves. We approve & concur!

Millennial Speak: “This too shall pass.”

7) “Tussi ja rahe ho? Tussi na jao!”

Tussi ja rahe ho? Tussi na jao!
Source: Google

Movie: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Delivered by: Parzaan Dastur

Remember the cute kid at the summer camp in K2H2? No, not the actress who plays SRK’s daughter - the other one, who attends summer camp with her, tries to count all the stars in the night sky and wears a Sikh dastar. This incredibly cute little kid blurts out this dialogue during a key emotional moment in the film - leading to elongated ‘aww’s from the audience.

Millennial Speak: “I need you.”

8) “Aanewala pal, janewala hai.”

Aanewala pal, janewala hai.
Source: ScoopWhoop

Movie: Gol Maal
Delivered by: Amol Palekar

An oldie, but a goodie. The 70s film Gol Maal is considered an exemplary show of powerful performances and unforgettable music. This one’s a dialogue as well as a lyric, albeit a powerful one. Singing about the ephemeral, fleeting nature of life, Amol Palekar does his best to charm the audience into living in the present moment. We love this one to bits.

Millennial Speak: “Kal ho na ho.”

9) “Tension lene ka nahi, sirf dene ka.”

Tension lene ka nahi, sirf dene ka.
Source: BookMyShow

Movie: Munnabhai MBBS
Delivered by: Sanjay Dutt

The boss of funny Bollywood dialogues, Munnabhai MBBS is the kind of feel good movie that’s perfect for some fun family time on a quiet Sunday. Filled with laughter, positivity and inspiring moments, this is a movie that will leave you feeling warm and cosy on the inside. This iconic dialogue from the movie is the best of the bunch because it reminds us to be ourselves, and let go of petty worries - a zone we’d all like to be in as 2020 ends.

Millennial Speak: “It's a new art form, showing people how little we care.”

10) “Har team main bas ek hi gunda ho sakta hai aur iss team ka gunda main hoon!”

Har team main bas ek hi gunda ho sakta hai aur iss team ka gunda main hoon!
Source: Scrolldroll

Movie: Chak De India
Delivered by: Shah Rukh Khan

The best dialogue in the Hindi movie ‘Chak De India’, an inspiring story about the women’s national hockey team & their coach, is the one where SRK in his effort to push the team to its limit, spits this line out at a high-pressure moment. Shocking the audience into an alert state, this is undeniably the ‘wake-up’ scene of the movie.

Millennial Speak: “It’s my way or the highway.”

11) “Kitne aadmi the?”

Kitne aadmi the?
Source: Filmy Donuts

Movie: Sholay
Delivered by: Amjad Khan

Ah, Sholay. A movie with obsessed fans across generations, Sholay is a Bollywood icon. It is the crown jewel of the film industry and goes a long way in proving how good cinema, by critical standards, can also be entertaining and commercially viable. No one can forget Amjad Khan’s sinister portrayal of Gabbar Singh & this particular dialogue is delivered by him with a particularly unforgettable sneer and cadence.

Millennial Speak: “Spill the tea, sis.”

12) “Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano Ramesh Babu”

Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano Ramesh Babu
Source: Quora

Movie: Om Shanti Om
Delivered by: Deepika Padukone

Often mimicked in a sarcastic spirit, this iconic dialogue has taken over the social media zone. Often quoted by young married women with a special smirk, this is one dialogue that has truly penetrated everyday conversations. Next time your husband tries your patience, hit him with this dialogue for a shared chuckle.

Millennial Speak: “Drama-mama!”

13) “Kya tum mantally challenged ho my buoy?”

Source: Storypick

Movie: Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
Delivered by: Abhay Deol

One of Bollywood’s modern, coming-of-age movies, this is an iconic and super-relatable scene that captured the imaginations of many youngsters across the country. As one of the most hilarious and famous Bollywood dialogues featured in the film, this line is delivered by Abhay Deol as he mimics a former professor during the character’s schooling. We all have stories like these - especially ones where teachers have said funny things in funny ways and made the class collectively giggle. Truly, those were the days.

Millennial Speak: “Everyone, stand in a straight circle.”

14) “Meri himmat aam admi ki himmat hai, is desh ki himmat hai”

Meri himmat aam admi ki himmat hai, is desh ki himmat hai
Source: Blogspot

Movie: Guru
Delivered by: Abhishek Bachchan

An inspirational movie about an aspirational man, Jr. Bachchan shines in his role as an industrialist patriarch who is firmly rooted in the Indian-ness of things. Displaying the grit needed to climb the ladders or indisputable wealth with sheer hard work and street-smarts, Abhishek’s character quotes the line with deep passion.

Millennial Speak: “We’re powerful together.”

14) “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost.”

Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost.
Source: Google

Movie: Om Shanti Om
Delivered by: Shah Rukh Khan

‘Om Shanti Om’ is a movie based on making Bollywood movies. Filled with one iconic Hindi movie dialogue after another, this film has certainly made its mark with some of the best Bollywood dialogues ever. One of them is a gentle reminder, that this is not the end - our story remains unwritten still, waiting to be shaped by our choices. Widely used in daily conversations, this is an unmissable classic.

Millennial Speak: “This chapter isn’t over yet.”

15) “Our Business Is Our Business None of Your Business!”

Our Business Is Our Business None of Your Business!
Source: Free Press Journal

Movie: Race 3
Delivered by: Daisy Shah

Delivered with feistiness by Ms. Daisy Shah, this is a dialogue that has become increasingly popular due to online meme culture. Taking over social media feeds and inspiring a generous amount of amusement for all those who partake, this iconic and funny line has become the tag-line of every argument. You can even find merchandise and clothing emblazoned with this witty one-liner in an online shopping store. That’s how popular this dialogue has gotten.

Millennial Speak: “MYOB”

16) “Uska toh na bad luck hi kharab hai”

Uska toh na bad luck hi kharab hai
Source: Google

Movie: Rangeela
Delivered by: Aamir Khan

Inciting laughter from the audience, for the ironic use of the word ‘bad’ to describe the luck of someone as ‘kharab’ makes this dialogue a genius of punchy comedic writing. Rangeela is a film worth watching for all the OTT dialogues, drama and costumes.

Millennial Speak: “Just my luck.”

17) “Thakela, Pakela, Boring Log Cigarette Se Bhi Zyada Hanikarak Hote Hai”

Thakela, Pakela, Boring Log Cigarette Se Bhi Zyada Hanikarak Hote Hai
Source: Feeding Trends

Movie: 102 Not Out
Delivered by: Amitabh Bachchan

Bringing together two mega-stars and the most well respected names in Bollywood, this movie is a must watch. A dramedy with a unique father-son dynamic, is transformed into a coming of (old) age classic, with the snappy dialogues and feel good messages. A testament to the fragility of life, the fleeting nature of time and a parent’s unconditional love for their child, this is the Saturday night family movie you’ve been looking for.


Millennial Speak: “Boredom is bad for health.”

18) “Aap Purush Hi Nahi, Mahapurush Hai”

Aap Purush Hi Nahi, Mahapurush Hai
Source: SpotboyE

Movie: Andaz Apna Apna
Delivered by: Aamir Khan

Famous Bollywood dialogues come from some iconic Bollywood moments. One of these comes in an old Salman & Aamir starrer, called ‘Andaz Apna Apna’. An intrinsically funny scene, this is a dialogue that is often used for sarcastic flattery in everyday dallying.

Millennial Speak: “Your Majesty.”

19) “Utha le re baba.”

Utha le re baba.
Source: Google

Movie: Hera Pheri
Delivered by: Paresh Rawal

The eternal worry-wart of the movie, Paresh Rawal delivered this dialogue often in his arguably funniest performance ever. Expressing his exasperation with the hilarious events of the movie Hera Pheri, this is a dialogue that resonates with almost everything. This is a line best served during the most frustrating of times, with the satisfaction that comes with necessary venting.

Millennial Speak: “Kill me now.”

20) “Darte toh hum kisi ke baap se bhi nahin hai”

Darte toh hum kisi ke baap se bhi nahin hai
Source: Digitoknow

Movie: Tanu Weds Manu
Delivered by: Kangana Ranaut

Kangana plays a fiery and unconventional role in this romantic dramedy. Delivering this iconic dialogue with gusto, she expressed the mood of a generation of women that are not often portrayed well on the Hindi cinema screen. We love many more of her funny Bollywood dialogues, but this one strikes a cord!

Millennial Speak: “Unbothered queen!”

We hope you enjoyed our list! What are some of your favorite famous Bollywood dialogues?

 
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