India has established itself in history as a hub of art and culture. And when it comes to art and artists our primary attention diverts to the world of cinema, the world of the dynamic Bollywood industry.
Bollywood, by now, has established itself as the second-largest film industry in the world has provided multiple magnum opuses and some of the most magnificent and greatest actors of all time.
Bollywood movies are not only a source of entertainment but it has found their roots in our daily lives. We find ourselves relating to the characters and learning from the movie that inspires us to give our best. Some Bollywood dialogues that hit us right at the feels come from not-so-popular movies.
Bollywood has always been in praised of the Khans and Kapoors to have given the maximum successful screenings and stealing the heart of the audience but there exists an art house(parallel cinema) which has numerous jewels under its roof.
Be it the enchanting Tabu or the beautiful Shabana Azmi or the dynamic Smita Patil or the well-built Naseeruddin Shah and Pankaj Tripathy, they with their work have not only stolen several accolades but have challenged the stereotypes and raised several social issues and put question mark to the course of action.
New to college?!…don’t forget Anjali’s bandhani dupatta! Yes, Bollywood has never failed to fascinate us with its beautiful and memorable dress codes, be it Nutan’s sarees, Hema Malini’s jeans, Sridevi’s colourful frocks, Madhuri’s green wedding lehnga or Deepika’s kurtis in Love Aaj Kal. Bollywood has never failed to fascinate us with its beautiful outfits which are still in trend. Oops! How can we forget the black jacket of the heartthrob Raj?
And a particular trend that’s perhaps trendy in our country. Films have gifted parents with an amazing box of names. Raj, Rahul Suman, Anjali, Shruti to name a few. You can easily pick a name from our Bollywood movies.
What forms the major part in the success of Bollywood movies goes to its dialogues which get etched in our hearts.
Some Bollywood dialogues that are always referred to are, “The show must go on” from Mera Naam Joker. “Kitney Aadmi They” from Sholay. “Ek ladka aur ladki kabhi dost nahi ho sakte” from Maine Pyar Kiya. “Abb sailab ayega sailab madan Chopra” from Baazigar, “Life is a race” from 3 idiots, the commitment dialogue of Wanted. “Main apni favourite hoon” from Jab We Met or the famous and ever-romantic “The way you breathe” by Kabir Singh.
The success of a movie has always been in the hands of a skilful scriptwriter. While there are some Bollywood dialogues that hit us right at the feels, there are some others which seem very basic.
Here Are Some Bollywood Dialogues that Hit Us Right at The Feels and Have Stayed with Us for Years:
1. “Haar kar Jeetne Waale ko hi Baazigar Kehte hai”
This dialogue is from the ever-famous movie ‘Baazigar‘. This dialogue is uttered in the most charming way by Shah Rukh Khan. This is one of the dialogues that we find ourselves mumbling because of the universality. This dialogue actually means that failures don’t define us. They are the stepping stones to success. So, in situations where you feel like giving up, pat yourself and say this line. It will surely add a positive impact to your psyche.
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2. “Babu Moshai, Zindagi Badi honi Chahiye, Lambi nahi”
Oldies assemble because this dialogue is from the golden era of Bollywood. This is from the movie ‘Anand‘. This is one of the Bollywood dialogues that is an all-time favourite.
It literally speaks the essence of life in one sentence that life should be realised to the best possible extent, doesn’t matter the month, days or years one life. This is one of the finest dialogues of Bollywood.
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3. “Aaj Ek Sapna aur Dekh lo … Aaj … Kya Pata, Kal ho Naa ho”
Coming back to another meaningful dialogue delivered by Shah Rukh Khan, this dialogue is from the movie ‘Kal ho Naa ho‘.
As the title of the movie suggests, the dialogue of the movie focuses on the importance of the present and the inevitability of death. It teaches its audience that we are here today, but may not be there tomorrow. So, we need to do whatever we wish to do in the present and live life to the fullest.
Intending to channel your inner creativity? Do it now because kya pata kal ho na ho…
4. “Mard Khaana Banaye toh Kala hai, Aurat Banaye, toh uska Farz hai.”
Gauri Shinde and Sridevi delivered an amazing movie in the form of ‘English Vinglish‘ that we have cherished because of its catchy songs and realistic dialogues. It acclimatises us to the harsh reality of a society where tasks are divided on the basis of gender. All women would have felt this dialogue in their hearts when a frustrated Sridevi delivers this dialogue.
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5. “Zindagi Jeene ke Do hi Tareeke hote hain, Ek jo ho Raha hai Hone Do, Bardasht Karte Jao. Ya phir Zimmedari Uthao usse Badalne ki”
Hitting the most patriotic chords, this dialogue from ‘Rang De Basanti‘ is one of the most motivating dialogues. It materialises the idea that one needs to be the change that he/she wants to see in society.
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6. “Bachpan Mujhse Kehta hai Main Bohot Special hu, Lekin usko toh Maine Kuchal Diya”
The line is from one of the most artistically beautiful movies; ‘Tamasha‘. There are many other dialogues but this remains popular among people who had a difficult childhood.
There is the feeling of nostalgia yet a denial of returning to that period.
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7. “Kal toh Chala Gaya, Us pe koi Control nahi. Aur aane Waala Kal toh tab hi Sambhlega jab Aaj kuch Theek kar do.”
Another on the list of dialogues that makes us realise the importance of the present is the line from ‘Bachna ae Haseeno‘ delivered by the heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor.
8. “Bilkul Ricks nahi lene ka”
The favourite meme material for the generation is Babu Rao’s dialogue of “Bilkul ricks nahi lene ka” has stood the test of time. It has been a source of fun since its inception. Babu Rao is the official meme market for all ages.
But when your best friend wants to borrow money…bilkul ricks nahi lene ka…kyunki ye Babu Rao ka style hai!
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9. “Main apni Favourite hoon”
Keeping the standards of self-love high, Geet from Jab We Met is an inspiration for many.
Through the line, she insists that no matter how much different or imperfect one is, you are lovable the way you are. And who could love you more than yourself?
10. “Ek baar jo Maine Commitment kar di, Uske Baad main Khud ki bhi nahi Sunta”
If one has to learn commitment, then what is better than this dialogue by Salman Khan! He just says that his promises are everything to him and he doesn’t flinch a bit even in the harshest of circumstances.
People who cancel plans in the last moment, take notes.
11. “Risk toh Spiderman ko bhi lena Padta hai, Main toh phir bhi Salesman hun”
There are times when one needs to take a leap of faith. This one talks about the times when one is hesitant to take a risk. In a comic way, Rocket Singh, a salesman says the dialogue that stays true for all the younger generations.
12. “Picture Abhi Aaaki hai mere Dost.”
The most famous dialogue of ‘Om Shanti Om‘ is definitely this. A drunk Srk gives his imaginary award speech and tries to make us believe in the fact that everything falls into place at the end, and if it doesn’t then there is something more to the story.
13. “Khul kar Ro nahi Sakogi, toh Khul kar Hass kaise Paogi?”
The line is from ‘Dear Zindagi‘ which emphasizes mental health. It says that you should always address your emotions and repression is a mistake as it will only increase the emotional baggage. The movie and dialogues can be considered one of the best by the director, Gauri Shinde. This line surely comes under our list of Bollywood dialogues that hit us right in the feels.
14. “Har Ishq ka Ek Waqt hota hai … Woh hamara Waqt nahi tha … Par Iska yeh Matlab nahi ki woh Ishq nahi tha”.
Making all of the romantics go gaga, in this movie Srk is given some amazing poetic lines. If you are a poetry lover then you would surely enjoy the deliveries.
The movie breeds the essence of love.
15. “Kuch aur Pane ki Chaah, kuch aur Behtar ki Talaash, issi Chakkar mein Insaan Apna Aab kuch Kho deta hai.”
‘Life in a Metro‘ is a delight to the viewers because of its appealing quotes.
This dialogue is spoken by Dharmendra who tries to come to terms that we often lose the things we have in search of something better.
Its Bollywood and we can’t just contain our list. So, here are a few bonus ones to cherish.
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16. “Dosti aur Ladki mein hamesha Ladki Jeetti hai”
Do you think, modern dating is easy? Kartik Aryan in this movie has a complete monologue in the movie to tell you the reality.
After watching this, you have a complete insight into what dating and relationships are in the current world.
17. “Mohabbat hai Isiliye Jaane diya, Zidd hoti to Baahon mein hoti”
Irrfan Khan and his immense potential of dialogue deliveries are something that will be remembered for all the future ahead. The pain and passion in this dialogue are clearly expressed through the actor’s eyes and its a sheer pleasure watching him.
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So these were some of the Bollywood dialogues that hit us right at the feels. Comment down your favourite ones!