Talking The Walk: Bollywoods best remembered lines


If you think only shawshank redemption and The matrix had those lovable and memorable dialogs; I am sorry you are wrong. May be you will have to stress your brain a bit and try to recollect some lines that have defined the Indian Cinema culture.
Here are some lines I have taken from India Today

Sholay (1975)
“Kitne aadmi thhe?” Gabbar (Amjad khan)
Bollywoods greatest villain the Gabbar singh asking this very trivial question to the “Are -o-Sambha”. As he said this well known words the crowd in movie hall stood up to applaud.

Not just one or two dialogs the whole script of the movie could have been considered as classic.
From “Itna sannataa kyon hai bhaai?” to “Basanti in kutton ke samane mat nachana” almost everybody had a classic dialog in this movie. However I liked Jaya bhaduri who doesn’t utter a single word but says a lot. A true genius.

Deewar (1975)

“Aaj mere pass gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai…tumhare pass kyaa hai?” Amitabh
“Mere pass, mere pass… Maa hai” Shashi Kapoor

It was not just a dialog but it tells us about importance of maa in an Indian Cinema. It got very popular but the dialog delivery and timing showed by both actors was classic.

Yaadon ki Baarat (1973)
“Kutte, Kamine, main tera khoon pee jaoonga,” Dharam paji
Difficult to say why this line got so popular as garam dharam always threatened his enemies in this fashion.

Souten (1983)
“Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain, who batti buzake kapade badalte hain” Prem Chopra
I love this dialog. It resembles a dialog of Rajkumar in words but its meaning is so insulting. A insult line I have used for so many.

Vishwanath (1978)
“Jali ko aag kahate hain, bhuji ko raakh kahate hain,jis raakh se baarood bane usey Vishwanath kahate hain” Shatrughna Sinha
You must have got it as an SMS but this famous dialog was delivered by the shotgun sinha in his unique way.

Deewar (1975)
“Main aaj bhi pheke hue paise nahin uthata” Amitabh Bachchan
A signature dialog from the angry young man of his time. Dont know how many fans repeated that dialog to their friends.

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