5 Popular Bollywood Dialogues that 90’s Kids Have Surely Used
by Harsh Lakhotia on January 11, 2023
The Bollywood film industry has been captivating audiences with its unique blend of fantasy and romance for decades. From unforgettable music to larger-than-life characters, Bollywood movies have become a part of the everyday lives of many people in India and beyond. But one thing that often stands out in these films is the dialogue. Over the years, some of these lines have become famous, immortalized in pop culture, and used to express emotions or even start conversations. In this article, we explore some of the most iconic Bollywood dialogues ever written. We will examine what makes them so special, why they have stood the test of time, and how they can be used to great effect today.
So let's dive into some of these famous Bollywood dialogues that have become timeless!
1. “Mere Karan Arjun aayenge”
Movie Name: Karan Arjun
Apart from Salman and Shah Rukh Khan, this Rakesh Roshan movie stars many performers, including Raakhee, Kajol, Mamta Kulkarni, and Amrish Puri. Karan Arjun is a legendary flick for the renowned dialogue delivered by Raakhee. The movie features two of the most successful actors in the business- Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. Even after a quarter of a century since its release, this line still remains deeply ingrained in everybody's memory and is familiar to all children. It is one of the most beautifully told stories from the 1990s.
2. “Haar kar jeetne wale ko baazigar kehte hai”
Movie Name: Baazigar
Baazigar is the smartest revenge thriller, showcasing SRK's explosive and powerful performance. It's quite engaging and has an intriguing premise. The most popular phrase, "Haar Kar Jeetne wale ko baazigar kehte hai," is still incredibly catchy and well-known, as well as encouraging. In English, this line is rendered as "Sometimes to win, you must lose something, and one who wins from a losing position is known as a gambler." This phrase was also used in the film Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl and is undoubtedly one of SRK's most popular.
3. "Mogambo Khush Hua"
Mr. India was an evergreen Indian classic with iconic moments, renowned Bollywood phrases, and unforgettable sequences owing to Mr. Amrish Puri's excellent depiction of an over-dramatic character. This speech is frequently repeated in informal discussions amongst family and friends decades after the film's debut.
4. “Main apni favorite hoon.”
Movie: Jab We Met
There is no doubt Kareena Kapoor's portrayal of the effervescent character in this hilarious romantic comedy is among her most delightful performances to date. In addition to being highly articulate, Geet also carries an upbeat and cheery outlook on life. Her amusing monologues are laden with priceless Quotables and this one is no exception. We should all emulate Geet's example and be our own biggest fans!
5. “Jaa Simran, jaa. Jeele apni zindagi”
Movie: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
DDLJ is a cult favorite with scriptwriting that can win awards for the greatest dialogue in Hindi cinema's long history. This well-known Bollywood line, delivered by the respected Amrish Puri, is the clear victor. After all, how can we not support a conversation that is relevant to so many Indian families? This exchange is frequently cited by younger generations to illustrate occasions when their parents ultimately cede control over their life decisions. A suitable line for a suitable feeling.
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