Dialogues are an integral part of a film. They are used as a medium
to connect the characters with audiences and form a big chunk of the
movie hence, the way they are presented determines the impact they will
create. Some of these dialogues have left an indelible impression on us.
As we continue to appreciate women during this special month of March,
BollyCurry, in no particular order, brings to you Bollywood's famous
female dialogues that have not only entertained us over the years but
have rather found a special place in our hearts and are remembered
"Chal Dhano! Aaj teri Basanti ki izzhat ka saawal hai."
"Mujhe jaane deejiye baaabuji. Mujhe Raj ke pass jaane deejiye."
ek aise aadmi ke saath apni zindagi beetane ko tayyar ho jise tum ne
abhi take dekha bhi nahi hai. Mere dil main aise aadmi ke liye koi jagah
"Filmein sirf 3 wajah se chalti hain...entertainment entertainment entertainment. Aur main entertainment hoon."
"Tum Delhi mein hum se milo ge na? Agar na milna ho to milne ka vaada hi kar do, kam se kam humein tumhara intezar to rahega."
"Ek chutki sindoor ki kimat tum kya jano ramesh babu. Eshwar ka aashirwaad hota hai ek chutki sindoor!"
"Thappad se darr nahi lagta saab, pyar se lagta hai."
"Tere dil mein meri saason ko panaah mil jaaye, tere ishq mein meri jaan fanaa ho jaye."
"Dosti mein no sorry, no thank you."
bhi zindagi ki tarah hoti hai. Har modh aasan nahin hota, aur har modh
pe khushi nahin hoti. Par jab hum zindagi ka saath nahin chhodte toh
mohabbat ka saath kyun chhodein."
few famous dialogues that are going to be on everyone's lips for a very
long time. So, what do you think of them? Don't forget to leave behind
your favorite female dialogue.
Author: Komal P.
Editors: Neethi B. & Jenifer Y.
Graphics: Marsh P.
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