By Ayushi Agarwal
Hindi film industry is full of cliched dialogues and scenes. Earlier, the films had quite predictable climaxes but as the time passed, Bollywood learned. However, there are some evergreen dialogues which will never go out of style. You might both laugh and cringe at the same time. Enjoy.
1. Main tumhare bachche ki Maa banne wali hoon.
Well this dialogue never seems to get old. Be it a 70’s Bollywood movie or 21st century movie, a woman appears out of nowhere only to tell that she’s pregnant to the man with whom she once had a one night stand. This dialogue is a game changer.
2. Bhagwan ke liye mujhe chod do.
A devilish looking man mainly the villain of the film forcing a woman to sleep with him and the woman begs for mercy by requesting him to leave her if he believes in God. Classic.
3. Kanoon ke haath lambe hote hain.
This dialogue is mostly used by the cops. After reaching the crime scene, police catches the villain who is already beaten to death almost by the hero and the police eventually arrests the bad guy and gives out a statement that no matter what the crime or who the criminal is, the law will always be able to catch them.
4. Bhagwan ke ghar me der hai andher nahi.
This dialogue is used to give hope to the hopeless hero or heroine who is fighting to get justice. A quite wise person tells them to believe in God.
5. Tum mere liye marr chuke ho.
Usually in a Bollywood movie, this dialogue is used by a wealthy man whose son wants to marry a poor girl because obviously status and money is more important than love.
6. Betiyaan to paraya dhan hoti hain.
Ummm okay! This is not only limited to Bollywood movies only, it’s very much relevant in real life. A girl getting married and while she’s leaving her house someone will definitely say this in a movie. Well according to her relatives or even parents, she’s someone else’s property after she’s married.
7. Bhagwan Maine aaj tak tumse kuch nahi manga.
This dialogue is the most melodramatic. When the hero/heroine had no option left to save their loved ones, they’d turn up to God and literally blackmail them.
8. Main tumhare bina nahi jee sakti.
What better way to express your love for someone than this? When the heroine wanted to confess her love for the hero she’d use this dialogue and it worked like magic and the hero would come running towards her.
9. Kya isi din ke liye paal poss ke bada kiya tha?
When hero’s mother had lost all hope for her son, she’d instantly use this dialogue eventually making the scene emotional.
10. Ab sab oopar wale ke haath me hai.
Earlier, doctors had no or very small dialogues in Bollywood movies and when he was unable to do anything else to the patient who was critical, he’d use this dialogue.
Categories: World Cinema