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10 Powerful Dialogues from Hindi Movies

Movies generally affect most of us right from our childhood! We can be influenced either by the character played by an actor, story, action, music, scene, drama, or just a Dialogue of a film. Thanks to Dialogue writers,  Bollywood is known to have many iconic dialogues in the films. Here we are listing some of the memorable dialogues which we have seen in bollywood films.

1) “Yeh Haath Mujhe De De Thakur”

Movie: Sholay (1975)

Written by: Salim-Javed

Why is it so Popular?

This famous line was delivered by Gabbar (Amjad Khan) before he cut both the hands of Thakur (Sanjeev Kumar)! 

What makes the Dialogue so Powerful?

Amjad Khan and his tone and his wicked Eyes when he is enacting this scene.

2) “Aaj Mere Pass Bangla Hai, Bank Balance Hai, Gaadi Hai; Tumhare Pass Kya Hai….Mere Pass Maa Hai”

Movie: Deewar (1975)

Written by: Salim-Javed

Why is it so Popular?

This is a famous scene in the history of Bollywood and always comes to the mind of Indians when they are reminded of Amitabh Bacchan.

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

Indians love the drama that is common in the 90’s era i.e. related to the ups and downs generally faced by the lower/middle-class families. This Dialogue mentions why your mother is more important than your wealth!

3) “Ye Adhai Kilo Ka Haath Hai, Jab Kisi Par Padhta Hai Toh Vo Uthta Nahi Uth Jaata Hai”

Movie: Damini (1993)

Written by: Rajkumar Santoshi, Sutanu Gupta, Dilip Shukla

Why is it so Popular?

It has become a pop-culture reference since common people can easily relate to it!

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

Sunny Deol has delivered these threatening lines but in such a sweet manner that leaves others wordless! It is to depict the power of a common man.

4) “Ek Baar Jo Maine Commitment Kar Di, Uske Baad Toh Mai Khud Ki Bhi Nahi Sunta”

Movie: Wanted (2009)

Written by: Shiraz Ahmed

Why is it so Popular?

This popular phrase is delivered very seriously by Radhe (Salman Khan) at the end of the climax in the movie! It is more relatable to the personality of the actor’s personal life as well.

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

These two lines are enough to encourage yourself to stick to your decision. It is needed when your mind asks you to think again before concluding an action!

5) “All is Well!”

Movie: 3 Idiots (2009)

Written by: Abhijat Joshi, Rajkumar Hirani

Why is it so Popular?

It was delivered by Rancho (Aamir Khan) by tapping his right hand on his heart enough to win the hearts of the audience!

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

This small phrase can make one feel good to come out of anxiety or to deal with any stressful situation.

6) “Ek Chutki Sindoor Ki Kimat Tum Kya Jaano Ramesh Babu”

Movie: Om Shanti Om (2007)

Written by: Mayur Puri, Mushtaq Shiekh, Farah Khan

Why is it so Popular?

This famous Bollywood phrase was delivered by Deepika Padukone that reminds us of the dialogues commonly used in the movies of the 1900 era.

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

It shows the beauty and power of using ‘Sindoor’ as a sign of a Hindu married woman.

7) “Picture Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Dost”

Movie: Om Shanti Om (2007)

Written by: Mayur Puri, Mushtaq Shiekh, Farah Khan 

Why is it so Popular?

The Dialogue is sarcastically delivered by Shah Rukh Khan while being drunk!

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

It can be used by a common man as a phrase of encouraging self or others to never quit while dealing with general life problems. After all, life doesn’t end here!

8) “Thappad Se Darr Nahi Lagta Sahab, Pyar Se Lagta Hai”

Movie: Dabangg (2010)

Written by: Dilip Shukla, Abhinav Singh Kashyap

Why is it so Popular?

The line is delivered by Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha) in the movie with a serious gesture but with a pause that can impress anyone.

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

Feminists please excuse us. It’s a cheesy line which shows how deep she is in love with him and the pain of slap is nothing compared to the love.

9) “Haar Kar Bhi Jeetne Walon Ko Log Baazigar Kehte Hain”

Movie: Baazigar (1993)

Written by: Javed Siddiqui, Akash Khurana, Robin Bhatt

Why is it so Popular?

This line was delivered by Vicky (Shah Rukh Khan) to boast his smartness and hatching his evil plans.

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

Again, more than a Bollywood movie Dialogue, this phrase has much power to encourage anyone. It works like medicine for the mind of a person who is feeling low, or hopeless after being defeated, or has faced a failure! Hmm…Looks like Our writer is lying low.

10) “Mhari Choriya Kisi Choron Se Kam He Ke”

Movie: Dangal (2016)

Written by: Nikhil Mehrotra, Shreyas Jain, Piyush Gupta, Nitesh Tiwari.

Why is it so Popular?

Mahavir Singh Phogat (Aamir Khan) has sarcastically delivered this line with a Haryanvi accent as a sign of trust, and hope in his daughters.

What makes the Dialogue Powerful?

This Dialogue is enough to fill confidence in the mind of any girl/lady or woman when it is about doing something that includes competing with a Man.

It is not so uncommon if you have already seen or heard any Indian using any one of the above Popular Bollywood Dialogues in the conversation. Did you use these lines? Try it once and let’s see how others react to it!

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