Movie Quotes That Have Stuck With Us

Escapism is what movies give us, an entertainment when we want to block out the world and have some time to ourselves or if not alone then with friends or family, watching a movie and laughing over it. Even if it’s a horror or serious movie it tends to become comedy when watching with company because some people just cannot stop talking.

There are few dialogues which every movie fanatic knows by heart and no matter what situation, they just relate that to a certain line. Can you relate? Here are few Bollywood movie lines that have followed us for the longest time and became a memory.

“Agar yeh tujhe pyar karti hai toh yeh palat ke dekhegi … palat … palat!”  DDLJ

We wonder how many guys have followed this theory. Patience is the key, this depicts how if you wait, she turns and all your dreams come true of getting the girl. Hence, the boys are always waiting and the girls don’t look back all thanks to this very dialogue.

Kitne aadmi the” Sholay

This evergreen dialogue has probably been on almost every other person’s mind. The Indian cinema exhibits something top notch and we turn it into something even more popular.

 “Aaj mere paas gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai… tumhare paas kya hai?” Deewar

Meray paas maa hai. We are sure you answered that already. This dialogue is always good when one wants to irritate someone, especially when it comes to siblings, when asked what do you have? The answer is 99% times ‘Meray paas maa hai.’

Bade bade deshon mein aaisi choti choti baatein … hoti rehti hai” DDLJ

When anything goes wrong, this is actually the first line that comes out of anyone’s mouth. Funny enough, even in a tensed situation it makes one smile. It is true, that many unexpected events occur and one should maybe just get used to the uncertainty.

Aaj … aaj ek hasi aur baant lo … aaj ek dua aur maang lo … aaj ek ansoon aur pee lo … aaj ek zindagi aur jee lo … aaj ek sapna aur dekh lo … aaj … kya pata, kal ho naa ho” Kal Ho Naa Ho

We remember getting autographs which stated this exact line and even today, no one is stranger to this dialogue. Sentimental dialogue with Shahrukh Khan’s acting has left us with this dialogue memorized till our grave.

Mein apni favourite hoon!” Jab We Met

This dialogue we can never forget! Every girl has said this line and they still are using it. This has to be amongst the most over-used line. Girls still use this dialogue as their captions; this movie came out in 2007 and still is majority’s favorite.

Kya tum mantally challenged ho my bwoy?” Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

Haven’t we all used such accent and vocabulary among friends? What fun is friendship if you cannot tease your pals like this?  And yes, that is ‘mantally’, it is supposed to be said like that.

Main paida hi hot howi thi” Humpty Sharmi Ki Dulhaniya

We were born this way, natural hotness.

Ek chutki sindoor ki qeemat tum kya jaano” Om Shanti Om

Ramesh Babu. Even kids know this line. We are more aware of the Indian culture than our own all thanks to these dialogues. It sounds really fun though, and the acting that Deepika did with this line was a delight to watch.

“Yeh Baburao ka style hai!” Hera Pheri.

The character Babu Rao was the star of this film, he made us all chuckle with his lines. Even today one cannot get enough of this movie all thanks to his splendid acting and dialogue delivering.  People are still found saying this line when asked why did they do a certain thing.

“Hum ek baar jeete hai, ek baar marte hai, shaadi bhi ek baar hoti hai … aur pyar ek baar hi hota hai.” Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Isn’t it ironic he fell in love twice in this movie and even married twice yet this line is still used by many when trying to lure in a girl?

“Tussi ja rahe ho?…Tussi na jao” Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

We personally find this cheesy and cute. Ever since this movie came out in the 90’s this line has been repeated over and over again.

“Utha lay ray baba, utha lay… mere ko nahin rey, in dono ko.” Hera Phiri

When anyone messes up this is the ultimate line used to show one’s misery.



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