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May 24, 2016

12 Evergreen Bollywood Dialogues We Can Never Forget

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Evergreen Bollywood Movies: Devdas

We all love Bollywood. From the actors, the actresses, the drama, the action to the romance, we adore it all. And the one most important element that binds together a great movie are dialogues which make us laugh, cry or leave us astonished.

Here, we bring to you a list of  evergreen Bollywood dialogues that we’d never forget:

#1 Deewar  

70s movies were family oriented. It taught us the importance of family values and one such movie was Deewar. Deewar starring Shashi Kapoor and Amitabh Bacchhan portrays the struggles of two brothers in a new city, and how they end up taking different routes to fulfill their objective.

evergreen Bollywood dialogues: Deewar


#2 Sholay

“kitne aadmi the?”

Amjad Khan‘s most memorable was his portrayal of daku gabbar singh. Unfortunately, this was the only movie of Amjad Khan that we remember him for.

Evergreen Bollywood Dialogues: Sholay


#3 Shahenshah

Shahenshah was a commercially flop movie but this dialogue by Amitabh Bachchan is extremely popular and should not be left out in the list of evergreen bollywood dialogues.

Evergreen Bollywood Movies: Shenshah


#4 Pakeezah

“Aapke paon dekhe, bahut haseen hai. Inhe zameen par mat utariyega, maile ho jayenge.”

This dialogue was said by Raj Kumar to Meena Kumari after admiring her feet in the movie Pakeezah.

evergreen Bollywood dialogues: Pakeezah


#5 Devdas

“Kaun kambakht bardaasht karne ko peeta hai? Main toh peeta hoon ke bas saans le saku.”

This has been one of the most evergreen bollywood dialogues.

evergreen Bollywood dialogues: devdas


#6 Ishq

Ishq released in 1997 and starred Kajol, Ajay Devgan, Juhi Chawla and Aamir Khan.

This dialogue was said by Aamir Khan.

evergreen Bollywood dialogues: ishq


#7 Maine Pyar Kiya

With this dialogue Salman Khan defined the rules of friendship.

Evergreen Bollywood dialogues: Maine pyaar kiya


#8 Baazigar

Evergreen Bollywood Dialgues: Baazigar


#9 Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Doobara

“Hero marne ke baad swarg jaata hai … aur villian jeete ji swarg paata hai.”


#10  Om Shanti Om

This dialogue from his (Shahrukh Khan) award winning speech in the movie is one of the favorite dialogues of everyone.


#11 Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayengey

Evergreen Bollywood Movies: DDLJ


#12 Mr India

“Mogambo Khush Hua”

Evergreen Bollywood Movies: Mr. India


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