People spend three hours to watch a movie. And in this busy world where people hardly find some time, just want entertainment.
Top 10 Famous Bollywood Dialogues
What is the main factor people enjoy in the movie? Either it would be songs, acting or dialogue. We think that dialogue is the biggest factor that makes a movie worth watching.
Especially, the movies in Bollywood are remembered for their dialogues. So here we are presenting you Top 10 Dialogue of Bollywood Movies.
1. Kitne Aadmi They Kaliya (Sholay)
By: Amjad Khan from Sholay
Meaning: How many people were there?
One of the famous dialogue of the Sholay movie which is as a mimic by various stand-up comedian artist and youngsters.
Amjad Khan played the role of Gabbar in this movie. He asks Kalia that kitne Aadmi The And the answer comes Sardar Do(Means Two). This scene of the Sholay was the epic one and created history in Bollywood cinema.
In Google, if we search for this dialogue, it shows the result as ‘2’. So you can imagine the power of the dialogue.
How People Use it: Sholay movie fans use it when they participate in some kind of school or college drama. This scene of Sholay was recreated in Bollywood movies several times with having this dialogue in it.
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2. Aaj mere paas gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai… tumhare paas kya hai? Mere paas, mere paas maa hai
By: Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor
Meaning: Today I have a car, a bungalow, money… what do you have? I have Mother.
The iconic scene from the movie Deewar was filmed on Shashi Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan. It this scene Amitabh asks Shashi Aaj mere paas gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai… tumhare paas kya hai of which Shashi answers I have Mother.
This dialogue of the movie is considered as the most loved dialogue of Bollywood. Many actors use to mimic Shashi and Amitabh Ji while doing this scene.
3. Tarikh par tarikh, tarikh par tarikh, tarikh par tarikh, tarikh par tarikh milti rahi hai … lekin insaaf nahi mila my lord…mili hai toh sirf yeh tarikh (Damini)
By: Sunny Deol from Damini
Meaning: Date on date, date on date, date on date, date on date has been found… but justice is not found, my lord… it has been found only on this date.
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Damini movie is one of the blockbusters of that time and it would be not wrong to say that it is a blockbuster because of our Sunny Paji;’s superb acting and dialogue delivery.
How it is used: This famous dialogue is used in various television shows, especially in laughter shows. But the reality is the dialogue only suits on Sunny Doel.
4. Bade bade shehron mein aisi chhoti chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge)
By: Shahrukh Khan
Meaning: Such small things keep happening in big big cities.
This Sweet dialogue of Shahrukh is still making the hearts alive when heard. The way Shahrukh says this dialogue, no one can do it.
How it is used: It is used as a punch line by a boyfriend to his girlfriend whenever a girl gets angry with a boy.
People used to mimic Shahrukh Khan while saying the dialogue.
5. Filmein sirf teen cheezon ki wajah se chalti hain- entertainment, entertainment, entertainment. Aur main entertainment hoon! (Dirty Picture)
By: Vidya Balan
Meaning: Movies run because of just three things – Entertainment, Entertainment, Entertainment. And I am entertainment.
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In Dirty Picture we saw Vidya Balan in a complete sizzling and Hot avatar. In the movie, she considered her self as entertainment and keep on saying this dialogue.
How it is used: Girls used this dialogue to praise themselves in front of others.
6. Mogambo khush hua (Mr. India)
Meaning: Mugambo is happy
By: Amrish Puri
Anil Kapoor starer Mr. India was a movie with a unique concept of that time. The movie is based on science fiction. Amrish Puri played the character of the villain in Mr. India with the name Mogambo.
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He always says Mogambo khush hua in the movie, whenever he becomes happy.
How it is used: It is considered as a famous dialogue among the villains and the people used to say it in a funny as well villainous mode whenever they become happy.
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7.Rishte mein toh hum tumhare baap lagte hai aur naam hai shehensha (Shehensha)
By: Amitabh Bachchan
Meaning: We are your father in relationship and name is shehensha
There are lots of dialogues of Amit Ji which are famous but this dialogue, we must say is in everyone’s tongue.
How it is used: This dashing entry dialogue is always used by the person when he arrogantly introduced themselves.
8. Kabhi kabhi kuch jeetne ke liye kuch harna bhi padta hai, aur haar kar jeetnay wale ko baazigar kehte hain (Baazigar)
By: Shahrukh Khan
Meaning: Sometimes to win something, one has to be defeated, and the one who loses is called Baazigar.
This dialogue of the movie Baazigar should be the only dialogue of Shahrukh Khan which he delivered in a non-romantic way.
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In the movie, Shahrukh Khan played the character of an arrogant youngster who takes revenge from Madan Chopra.
How it is used: It’s Funny! Youngsters use this dialogue to hide their defeat. Sometimes youths deliver the dialogue to impress a girl.
9. Babu Moshai Zindagi badi honi chahiye lambi nahi (Anand)
By: Rajesh Khanna
Meaning: Babu Moshai life should be large, not long
Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan starer movie broke all the records at the Box Office. Rajesh Khanna’s acting and especially his dialogues were much appreciated by the audience in this movie.
The dialogues of the movie won the heart of audiences.
How it is used: Rajesh Khanna played a character in this movie who always brings a smile on other’s faces. So in real life, this dialogue is delivered by the people to motivate others.
10. Pushpa, I hate tears………inhe ponch dalo
By: Rajesh Khanna
Meaning: Pushpa, I hate tears…Wipe Them
And here comes another dialogue of Rajesh Khanna.
He is known for his dialogue delivery and style of presenting the dialogue. Each dialogue of Rajesh Khanna is famous.
But this dialogue from the movie Amar Prem is one of the iconic dialogues of Bollywood. The way Rajesh Khanna delivers the dialogue to Sharmila Tagore in the movie is loved by everyone.
How it is used: It is used as a punch line by a husband to wife or boyfriend to his girlfriend when the latter starts crying.