Teachings of Bollywood

Bollywood represents 43% of Indian net box office, while 36% consist of Telugu and Tamil and rest 21% is represented by regional cinema. Moreover, Bollywood sells 3.6 billion tickets annually across the globe compared to Hollywood’s 2.6 billion tickets sold, thus, its one of the largest centers of film production in terms of ticket sales also. What makes Bollywood so alluring and charming? What is it that is attracting audience from different parts of the country? Well! Right from good looking and talented stars to beautiful costumes to jingling dance numbers, what is there to not love about Bollywood? People in many parts of India worship Bollywood and impress in the dialogues in their memory for lifetime. A child may not remember table of two but he  would definitely know the dialogue of the latest film, that’s the power of Bollywood.

I came up with a list of some of my favorite Bollywood films’ dialogues just for you guys, whom I adore a lot and who have been a great influence in my regular life too, just for fun though;

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“Guroor hi cheen liya”

Priyanka Chopra, is one of the leading ladies of Bollywood. Not only in India, but also globally she is gaining fame and popularity. She is, no doubt a very good actor, I love all her characters, but the role of her that I’m obsessed with is, “Kashi Bai” in “Bajirao Mastani”. One of my favorite dialogue of Kashi Bai is, “Aap humse humari zindagi maang lete, hum apko khushi khushi de dete, par aapne toh humse humara guroor hi cheen liya”. This was the dialogue, where PC had nailed her acting on peak.

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“Khauff Kyun Khaun?”

Ranveer Singh, is known for his active participation in every small things. He’s an actor with highest energy and enthusiasm in Bollywood. Besides, being so much active and enthusiastic, he is also the greatest actor of this generation and still counting. He has done diverse roles in his acting career, but one of my favorite character of Ranveer Singh’s is of “Alauddin Khilji” in “Padmavat”. And one of my favorite dialogue of Alauddin Khilji is, “Jab itna kuch hai khaane me toh khauff kyun khaun?”. I’m kinda possessed with this dialogue at the moment. The terror and fear, which Ranveer Singh has portrayed in this film is speechless.

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“Mother strong sister strong then COUNTRY strong”

Akshay Kumar always amazes me with his versatility. He has done more than dozen different roles in his career, but “Padman” is the movie, which has made me to adore him and respect him more than infinity. His dialogue, “Big man strong man not making country strong, women strong mother strong sister strong, then COUNTRY strong”, has stolen my heart. Plus it is really nice of him to choose the topic of women’s health and sanitation, and portray it so beautifully in a movie.



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“Shikaar toh sab karte hai”

Salman Khan is the love of my life, after Ranbir Kapoor. Salman Khan is the one I’m obsessed with since, the song ‘Oo jane jana’. I love all his movies except few, but that doesn’t matter, because Salman Khan is Salman Khan, no one can challenge him at any cost when it comes to his acting. My current obsession from one of his dialogues is, “Shikar toh sab karte hain, lekin tiger se behtar shikar koi ni karta”. Salman has that charm which can make any normal dialogue charming to death.


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The movie which owes me the biggest favor, the film which has made me realize my future goals, film which can bore me never. I’m addicted to this film since 6 years and counting. “Travelling around the world” isn’t my goal, but to think like “Kabir Thapar” is something I would like to do. And these are some of my favorite dialogues of “Kabir Thapar” aka Ranbir from YJHD:-

“Kahin pohochne ke liye kahin se nikalna bahaut zaruri hota hai. Sahi waqt par kat lena chahiye, nahi toh gile-shikwe hone lagte hain” .

“Waqt kisike liye nahi rukta, beet ta waqt hai, lekin kharch hum hote hain”.

“Khud pe daya karna band karo, aur khud se pyaar karna seekho. Tum jaisi ho, bilkul theek thak ho”.

“Main udna chahta hoon, daudna chahta hoon, girna bhi chahta hoon, bas rukna ni chahta”.

YJHD, is the best movie I have ever seen in my life.

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“Life me sab ball ek saman”

The reason, why I started watching cricket is “M.S. Dhoni”. MSD is a god to me. It is unbelievable to see how can he remain so calm and cool under so much pressure. I think this is the reason he is a “legend” in cricket. And Sushant Singh Rajput has potrayed MSD  on-screen very beautifully, in “MS Dhoni- The untold story”. The tagline of the movie itself says, “The man you know, the journey you don’t”. And, one of my favorite dialogue from this movie is, “Life me sab ball ek saman thodi na milega, merit par khelna hai aur tike rehna hai, scoreboard apne aap badhega”.

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“Don apne doston ka haal”

Shah Rukh Khan has played one of the most savage role of all time in “Don”. Don is one of his most celebrated and applauded character in the movie. All dialogues of this movie is intimidating and is filled with savage, and the one which is my favorite is, “Don apne doston ka haal pooche na pooche, apne dushmano ki khabar hamesha rakhta hai”.

Hope you enjoyed reading these crazy Bollywood dialogues. Stay tuned for more such crazy write-ups.


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