Bollywood has a special way of doing things. No matter how many times these dialogues are repeated, they still have the melodramatic effect. These famous hindi movie dialogues are being repeated from the time Indian cinema has started and to this date, they haven’t lost their touch. If you are a bollywood buff you can relate to these dialogues
Here is a small list of very typical and repetitive hindi movie dialogues which were delivered in a very obvious scenario.
The most repeated greeting. Ever.
Hero : Ram Ram kaaka
Kaaka : Jug jug jiyo beta.
Oh, can we please have some other elder to greet except for Ramu Kaka and Geeta Maasi?
Hero and Heroine
1. So when the hero leaves the heroine and decides to get married to someone else, the heroine suddenly gets pregnant and then with a million tears a broken heart and a stern-hurt face, the heroine says – Main tumhaare bachche ki maa banne waali hoon. Oh ho, we didn’t see that coming!!
2. When the heroine has an affair with the hero and they break up due to class difference, heroine’s parents say – Ab hum kisi ko muh dikhaane ke layak nahi rahe. We wonder why.
When heroine is getting married to the evil villain/ rapist/ landlord. Realization dawns upon the hero and he wakes up, comes to the wedding and says – Thairo! Yeh shaadi nahin ho sakti!!!
When heroine falls in love with the villian – Main tumhe kya samjhi, aur tum kya nikley!
A classic rape scene has the following dialogues and without these dialogues, the rape scene is incomplete.
Heroine (Trying to be angry and instigating the evil rapist) Khabardaar jo mujhe haath bhi lagayaa
Heroine (Now a bit scared, when the evil rapist doesn’t heed her warning and touches her) Chhod do mujhe, bhagwaan ke liye chhod do
Heroine (Gets her mind right and does what she should have done long ago! Screams!!) Bacchhhhaaaooooooooooo
And some overly melodramtic families after the rape scene : Ab hum kisi ko muh dikhaane ke layak nahi rahe. Hmmm.. Are you serious? Worried about your image? Oh God!
1. Typical mother when the hero or heroine (innocent son or daughter) do the following
Walks out of the house for his lady love – Kya issi din ke liye tujhe paal pos ke bada kiya tha?
When the hero is being disrespectful – Mai kahti hoon, Door ho jaa meri nazron k samne se
When the hero beats up his evil brother/father/uncle – Tum mere liye mar chuke ho
2. Hero’s mother to her nalayak son (hero) or nalayak husband
Ghar main do-do jawaan betiyaan hai, unki shaadi kaun karega?
Angry father to the hero or heroine (innocent son or daughter)
When the heroine is caught in the park with the hero – Is ghar ke darwaaze, tumhare liye hamesha ke liye band hai and helpless mommie says – Ab hum kisi ko muh dikhaane ke layak nahi rahe.
When hero falls in love with the maid (heroine) – Ek phooti kaudi nahin doonga
24 (chowbees) ghante tak hosh nahin aiya to ..
Ab sab upar waale ke haath mein hai..
Unhe dawa ki nahi dua ki zaroorat hai..
Maa theek hai par.. hum bacche ko bacha nahi paye
Poor friend to rich friend/ Poor heroine to rich hero/ Maali to Maalik – Mai tumahara ehsaan zindagi bhar nahin bhoolonga”