Bollywood | Dialogues | 28th September 2021 | Virtual Wire
Whenever we watch great movies, we remember their dialogues even after many hours of their end. Many times the film is remembered for its dialogues more than its story and other characters.
Some dialogues have been liked by people so much that now these are used in our colloquial language. In today's blog, I'm going to tell you about those five famous dialogues of "Bollywood Movies " which have been on our tongues forever. So let's start one by one to know these dialogues.
1). All Is Well
This famous dialogue is from the movie "3 idiots" which was released in 2009. The writer and director of this movie were Raj Kumar Hirani and the co-writer was Abhijat Joshi. Although along with the film other dialogues became hits, this dialogue became memorable for every person who watched this film. This dialogue was delivered by Aamir khan in this movie. This dialogue expresses a positive attitude even if there are problems in life, we should always think that "All is well". This gives courage from within.
2). Picture Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Dost
This dialogue is from the movie " Om Shanti Om" which was released in 2007. This beautiful dialogue was written by Mayur Puri and delivered by Shah Rukh Khan. I think I don't need to say that now this is not a dialogue but has also become a part of our colloquialism. This dialogue gives us hope that if problems are going on in life, it doesn't mean that everything is over because "Picture Abhi Baki hai mere dost".
3). Jadu ki Jhappi
This famous dialogue is from the movie " Munna Bhai M.B.B.S", released in 2003. The dialogue is used multiple times throughout the film. This dialogue was written by Abbas Tyrewala and delivered by Sanjay Dutt. The film was a super hit. "Jadu ki jhappi" meant to hug someone lovingly in this movie.
4). Haar Kar jeetne wale Ko Baazigar kehte hai
This famous dialogue is from the movie "Baazigar" which was released in the year 1993. This Dialogue was delivered by Shah Rukh Khan.
5). Kahan se kharidi aisi bakwaas dictionary
This is not motivational but very entertaining dialogue. This dialogue is from the movie "Chennai Express" released in 2013. The dialogue was delivered by Deepika Padukone in the film in the reply when Shah Rukh Khan says "meri dictionary me impossible ka word hi nhi hai". Both dialogues were famous in this film ( these dialogues are my personal favourite). The popularity of these dialogues can be gauged from the fact that these dialogues started being used by people before the release of the film.