We all have moments in our daily life when we use these Bollywood dialogues without even realising.
- “Jaa Simran jaa, jeele apni zindagi.” – Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
We all have heard this famous dialogue from the iconic romantic movie and the scenario has been similar as well when our parents are behaving like Amrish Puri when they allow us to go to a party.
- “Chal chal apne baap ko mat sikha” – Phir Hera Pheri
When your friend or even sibling is trying to act smart in front of you, we bet you have said this cool-dude dialogue as a comeback. (Just be careful the next time you say this to your younger sibling #baapalert)
- “Main apni favourite hoon.” – Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
No doubt Kareena’s character in this movie was one of our top favourites, so this one is for all the self-obsessed and self-loving people who are always ready to praise themselves no matter what’s going on. are you also like Geet, who is optimistic, full of life and bubbly?
*Prioritising self love*
- “Tussi ja rahe ho, tussi na jao.” – Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
We all remember the cute kid in the movie at the end of summer camp saying this dialogue while crying about Miss Anjali (Kajol) leaving. Well, we all have said the same dialogue to our favourite person every time they are about to leave and that too, with the same emotion.
- “70 Minute, sirf 70-minute hai tumhare pas.” – Chak De! India
When you’ve spent the whole year of college going to bunks and chilling with your friends, this is exactly what your brain tells you on the day of your exam, because that’s all you have to prepare.
If only we could get a teacher like Kabir Khan in school.
- “Dosti mein no sorry, no thank you.” – Maine Pyar Kiya
Boys? To how many girls have you said this dialogue to impress them? And girls out there would agree to this. “Thappad se darr nahi lagta sahab, pyar se lagta hai.” – Dabbang
When your parents reward you with some special gift when you don’t listen to them. however, use this at your own risk because this one might backfire.
- “Tumse na ho payega.” – Gangs of Wasseypur
All the elder siblings have at least once said this dialogue to their younger ones because we know how they are not capable of doing a task right. Despite this, they will make a mess for you to handle.
- “Kya tum mantally challenged ho mai bwoy?” – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
When a friend in your group says something stupid (even if it is by mistake), we do get a chance to say this to him.
Do you have any ‘mantal bwoy’ in your group?
- “Kaun kambakht bardasht karne ke liya peeta hai, hum to isliye peete hai ki yaha baith sakein, tumhe bardasht kar sakein.” – Devdas
Next time you are drinking with your friend and they try to tell you to go easy on the drinks, just hit them with this one.
- “Haar ke jeetne wale ko Baazigar kehte hain.” – Baazigar
Failure is a part of life so remember this dialogue next time you lose while playing a game with your clan.
- “Ek ladka aur ladki kabhi dost nahi hote.” – Maine pyar Kiya
And to all those lovey-dovies who try to hide their something special feeling, got it?
Not the way Mohnish Behl said it, but we too have used this on our friends.
- “Aaj khush to bohot hoge tum.” – Deewar
Your best friend’s crush has finally replied to him/her and they are trying to hide their smile.
- “Kuch kuch hota hai, tum nahi samjhoge.” – Kuch kuch hota hai
The thought that comes to our mind when your stomach is upset and someone tries to feed you that extra poori.