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25 Bollywood Dialogues That Have Made Way Into Our Daily Conversations

Movies and pop culture have become an integral part of our lives and often we find popular movie dialogues part of our daily conversations. Here are 25 such Bollywood dialogues that have somehow found their way into our day-to-day conversations, no matter what the situation is.

1. “Kitne admi the?

Movie: Sholay (1975)

This iconic dialogue by the famous villain character of Bollywood, Gabbar Singh has etched its way through generations, becoming one of the most popular Bollywood dialogues.

2. “Mogambo khush hua

Movie: Mr. India (1987)
Another iconic villain’s another iconic dialog! This dialog is what a true Bollywood buff would pick to express his/her happiness.

3. “Rahul, naam toh suna hoga

Movie: Dil To Pagal Hai (1997)

This dialogue has become a go-to way for boys to playfully introduce themselves to girls, all thanks to Shah Rukh Khan and his undeniable charm.

4. “Agar who mujhse pyaar karti hai to palat kar zaroor dekhegi

Movie: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

Shah Rukh’s advice can never go wrong boys!

5. “Main apni favorite hoon

Movie: Jab We Met (2007)

Find me a dialog that summarizes the character better! Kareena Kapoor’s Geet, from Jab We Met, is pure self-love goals and this dialogue is the biggest example.

6. “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost”

Movie: Om Shanti Om (2007)

This scene and this dialogue have a separate fanbase. The reason for its popularity has a lot to do with the scene in the film where a reborn Om fulfills his dream from his past life. It’s a beautiful moment that feels assuring and inspiring at the same time.

7. “How’s the josh”

Movie: Uri: The Surgical Strike (2019)

Whenever this dialog is thrown, a true Bollywood buff would know what to reply!

8. “Beta, tumse na ho paayega”

Movie: Gangs of Wasseypur (2012)

When movies give us a great way to tell someone that they are incompetent!

9. “Jaa simran jaa, jee le apni zindagi”

Movie: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

 DDLJ is a film that is thoroughly entertaining

10. “Saala ye dukh kaahe khatam nahi hota”

Movie: Masaan (2015)

I have never felt so much pain in a single dialogue. Thanks to Vicky Kaushal’s heartbreaking performance, this dialogue just hits differently.

11. “Kabhi kabhi lagta hain, apun hi bhagwan hai”

Nawazuddin Sacred Games

Show: Sacred Games (2019)

Ganesh Gaitonde’s declaration here gives us a glimpse of how one gets blinded by conceit. Keeping aside the moral significance, this dialogue has been used creatively across several memes.

12. “Parampara prathistha anushasan, ye hi gurukul ke teen stambh hai”

Movie: Mohabbatein (2000)

How to be a boomer ft. Bollywood!

13. “Kaun kambakht bardaasht karne ko peeta hai…hum toh peetey hai ki yahan par baith sake, tumhe dekh sake, tumhe bardaasht kar sake”

Devdas by Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Movie: Devdas (2002)

The dialogue painfully captures the troubles and miseries of Devdas, the pain of losing Paru that he could never let go. An entire generation resonates with this dialogue.

14. “Don’t angry me”

Movie: Rowdy Rathore (2012)

Some Bollywood dialogues are like that, it might make no grammatical sense but are just too fun and entertaining, just like this one from Rowdy Rathore.

15. “Aap purush hi nahi, maha purush hai”

Movie: Andaaz Apna Apna (2000)

Andaaz Apna Apna might have been a flop Bollywood movie, but its dialogues sure have made its way to pop culture.

16. “Itni se chutney mei samosa kaise khau mein”

Movie: Rockstar (2011)

Jordan from Rockstar gave us the most relatable moment ever.

17.  “Haar kar jeetne wale ko baazigar kehte hai”

Movie: Baazigar (1993)

This has to be one of the best dialogues by an anti-hero in a Bollywood movie.

18. “Mere paas agadi hai, bungalow hai, tumhare pass kya hai? Mere pass maa hai”

Movie: Deewaar (1975)

This is one of those few dialogues whose popularity transcends generations. You ask a kid today and he/she can easily quote you this dialogue.

19. “Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahi, namumkin hai”

Movie: Don (1978) and Don (2006)

The best thing about this popular Bollywood dialogue is that it has been perfected by not one but two biggest stars of the industry; Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan.

20. “Pushpa, I hate tears”

Movie: Amar Prem (1972)

This has to be one of the most iconic dialogues by legendary actor Rajesh Khanna.

21. “Main udna chahta hun, daudna chahta hun. Girna bhi chahta hun. Bas, rukna nahi chahta.”

Movie: Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2015)

Bunny’s dialogue not only sums up his persona but also thrills us with the spirit of life.

22. “Sattar minute, bas sattar minute hai humare paas”

Chak De India

Movie: Chak De! India (2007)

Coach Kabir’s motivating words are all that we need sometimes to get things done.

Also Read: Chak De India and the Art of Making a Good Sports Drama

23. “Tension lene ka nahi, sirf dene ka”

Movie: Munnabhai MBBS (2009)

Learn from Munnabhai and Circuit’s carefree attitude and make this your life’s mantra!

24. “Don’t underestimate the power of a common man”

Movie: Chennai Express (2013)

Like always, SRK works up his charm and humor on this one too.

25. “All izz well”

3 idiots

Movie: 3 Idiots

That’s all we need to say to ourselves sometimes, All Izz Well!

Also Read: 9 Movies That Define Me

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