Iconic Bollywood Dialogues You’ve Probably Used IRL

famous Bollywood dialogues

From “All is well” to Deewar’s “Mere paas maa hai” we all use these iconic dialogues from our famous movies and scenes, that have taken a space inside us, so whenever any situation comes we can instantly use “Utha le re baba” and other dialogues as per the situation.

A lot of time we have seen these movie dialogues used in various posters, magazine covers, memes, and at many more places very frequently. You can both give humor and an important message with the help of famous Bollywood dialogues. You can see posters of Bachchan sir movies, Tare Zameen par dialogues, etc. which force you to read the poster completely and leave a powerful message at the same time.

Famous Bollywood Dialogues

By keeping all the points and feedback in mind we have curated a list of a few famous Bollywood dialogues that you will also be able to relate to and must have used in your life.

  1. Mere paas maa hai ” is a very famous dialogue from the 1975 movie “Deewar” which was written by Salim-Javed.
  2. Pushpa, I hate tears” – Mostly used in famous Bollywood dialogue by “Amar Prem”, written by Ramesh Pant and Arabinda Mukhopadhyay.
  3. Kitne Aadmi the“- From the 1975 movie “Sholay” written by Salim-Javed. There could rarely be someone who has not heard this ever.
  4. Rishtey mai to hum tumhare baap lagte hai, naam hai Shahenshah” – Amitabh Bachan’s famous dialogue from the Shahenshah movie, written by Santosh Saroj and Inder Raj Anand.
  5. Mogambo Khush hua“- From the movie “Mr. India” in 1987, written by Salim- Javed.
  6. Hum jahan khade hote hain line wahi se shuru hoti hai” – Written by Tinnu Anand, Inder Raj Anand, and Shahjahan for the movie Kaalia in 1981
  7. Bade bade deshon mein aisi choti-choti baatein hoti rehti hai, Senorita” – Famous dialogue by Shahrukh khan in movie “Dil wale dhulaniya lai jaenge” written by Javed Siddiqui and Aditya Chopra.
  8. Mere Karan Arjun aaenge” from the movie “Karan Arjun ” in 1995 written by Anwar Khan and Ravi Kapoor.
  9. Agar maa ka doodh piya hai to samne aa” from the movie Laawaris in 1981, beautifully written by Kader Khan, Shashi Bhushan, and Din Dayal.
  10. Uska to na bad luck hi kharab hai” is funny dialogue written by Neeraj Vora, Sanjay Chhel, and Ram Gopal Varma for the movie “Rangeela”

These are the most famous Bollywood dialogues used worldwide in various aspects which received public love and popularity.

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