Bollywood movies, since forever, are loved for the dialogues they have. May it be the older times or the present day, dialogues have always been the best part of the Bollywood cinema.
We remember them, recite them, rehearse them, and they stay with us forever. “Memorable words echo beautiful moments”. Let’s tune into the best and most famous Bollywood dialogues of all time. So, checkout the list of top 10 famous bollywood dialogues of all time
10. “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost”, Well, that’s again King Khan’s dialogue. It is from one of the Bollywood movies of the recent time, which actually reflects the retro Indian cinema ‘Om Shanti Om’.
9. “I love you Kkkk…. Kiran”, This is the most famous stammering dialogue in the world of Bollywood cinema. This dialogue belongs to Shahrukh Khan, from the movie ‘Darr’.
8. “It’s ok Senorita… Bade bade deshon main aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hain..”, Who could have evaded from the magic of DDLJ… Well, the dialogue belongs to the well known, evergreen Shahrukh-Kajol movie ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’ where the following lines are spoken by Shahrukh to Kajol.
7. “Aaj mere pas bangle hai, gaadi hai, paisa hai… Tumhare pas kya h? ” asked AMITABH BACCHAN. “Mere paas maa hai? ” replied SASHI KAPOOR. The dialogue is from the movie, ‘Deewaar’ (1975).
6. “Tareekh pe tareek, tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh milti chali gayi My lord… par insaaf nahi mila”. As Sunny deol uttered this dialogue, and then theater became silent like it was a court in real. The dialogue was written by Dilip Shukla, which is from the movie ‘Damini’ (1993).
5. “Kaun kambakhht bardaasht karne k liye peeta hai… Main to peeta hun ke bas saans le sakun”. The dialogue was spoken by Dilip Kumar and is from the movie, ‘Devdas’, which was so mesmerizing that even its remake was enjoyed by the audience with equal enthusiasm.
4. “Anaarkali, Saleem ki mohabbat tumhe jeene nahi degi… Aur hum tumhe marne nahi denge”. From the movie ‘Mughal-e-azam’, which itself is a landmark in the Indian Cinema. This dialogue was spoken by Prithviraj Kapoor.
3. “Aapke paon dekhe… Bahut haseen hain. Inhe zameen par mat utariyega… Maile ho jaenge”. Raj Kumar’s famous dialogue spoken for the beautiful, Meena Kumari, in Pakheezah (1972).
2. “Rishte main to hum tumhare baap lagte hain… Naam hai… Shehenshah…!!!”. It is one of the most famous dialogues of Amitabh Bacchan, which is from the movie Shehenshah (1988).
1. Kitne aadmi thee? asked Gabbar Singh and the whole theater stood up applauding. And the sound of the claps are still heard by us whenever the dialogue is remembered. The lines belong to Ramesh Sippy’s Sholay which came in the year 1975.