There are many movies which have gained more popularity because of their famous dialogues. From Sholay to Wanted, some movies have strong dialogues which have become common in every conversation among youth. We recite them, repeat them, and rehearse them. In short, they have become a part of our day to day language!
For instance, the famous dialogues from the film, Sholay are still fresh to the ears and every one has almost learned it by heart. Dialogues like Ye Haath Mujhe De De Thakur, Kitne aadmi the, Joh darr gaya ... samjho marr gaya etc are still very popular.
However, recent movies like Wanted have also raised a stir with their power filled dialogues. For example, Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, fir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta is a dialogue which is not only learned by Sallu fans, but movie lovers as well!
In short, these are some of the most famous movie dialogues which has almost become a part of our DNA. In fact the dialogues have become a trademark of many celebrities. Whenever we see Sunny Deol, we only recollect his immensely popular dialogue, Ye dhai kilo ka haat jab kisi pe padta hai na, to aadmi uthta nahin, uth jaata hai. Dharmendra, Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and some other popular actors have become well known for their movie dialogues.
Here are some of the most used and famous dialogues which are learned by heart and rewinds awesome moments from the Hindi films. Take a look...
Most Commonly Used Hindi Movie Dialogues:
Ye Haath Mujhe De De Thakur: Sholay (1975)
Sholay is one of the classic films which released decades ago, but still the dialogues and every scene echo out loud.
Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, fir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta: Wanted (2009)
The blockbuster film's dialogue has increased the fan falling of Salman Khan all the more. Young boys love saying this dialogue again and again.
Aaj Mere Paas Buildingey Hai, Bank Balance Hai, Bangla Hai, Gaadi Hai. Paisa Hai. Tumhare Paas Kya Hai? Mere Paas.... Maa Hai: Deewar (1975)
Although some actors have spoofed it and revived the old charm in new movies, the heavy conversation between Amitabh and Shashi Kapoor is still the best! ‘Mere Paas Maa Hai is the most iconic dialogues in Bollywood's big screen.
Bade Bade Deshon Main Aisi Chhoti Chhoti Baatein Hoti Rehti Hai Senorita: Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (1995)
A lot of men have used this to impress girls in the 90s and perhaps some SRK fans are still using it! SRK in his patent tone and expressions made this one of the most commonly used dialogues.
Thappad se dar nahi lagta sahab. pyar se lagta hai: Dabangg (2010)
Sonakshi Sinha's fame and fan falling almost tripled after the actress played the role in Dabangg with excellence. This dialogue has almost become a saying among women!
Aaj khush to bahut hoge tum: Deewar (1975)
The way Kareena Kapoor said this dialogue in Jab We Met, we recollected Amitabh Bachchan in Deewar. Deewar has many dialogues which will fill your empty sheet.
Rishte mein to hum tumhare baap lagte hain, naam hai Shahenshah, Haaien! Shahenshah (1988)
Apart from this dialogue, the popular Haaien gesture of Amitabh has also become his trademark. From kids to adults, people love reciting this dialogue and gesture again and again.
Koi pyaar kare toh tumse kare, tum jaise ho waise kare. Koi tumko badal kar pyaar kare toh woh pyaar nahin, sauda hai: Bobby (1973)
Bobby created a lot of stir in the media and youngsters, thanks tot he romance between Rishi and Dimple. This dialogue which Rishi said to Dimple in the 1973's romantic movie, Bobby is one of the hit and most commonly said dialogues in Bollywood's screen.
Mogambo khush hua: Mr. India (1987)
Amrish Puri's fame reached its peek after his bald villain Mogambo role in Mr. India became a hit on the screen. Even now, people love playing his role and saying this dialogue.
Uska to na bad luck hi kharab hai: Rangeela (1995)
This is perhaps the most commonly told dialogues among youth. Anything wrong happens and the famous Aamir's dialogue comes to the mind.
Zindagi mein teen cheezon ke peechey kabhi nahin bhagna chahiye-bus, train aur chhokri: Ishq (1997)
This famous movie dialogue of Aamir in Ishq has slogan rather principle of many men. Men who hate commitment love repeating this dialogue to save his friends from the misery of romance!
Dosti ka ek usool hai, madam: no sorry, no thank you: Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)
Friendship took a new turn after seeing Salman and Bhagyashree in the classic Bollywood film. The formality of saying Sorry and Thank You have almost diminished after the dialogue became immensely popular.
Kabhi kabhi kuch jeetne ke liye kuch harna bhi padta hai, aur haar kar jeetnay wale ko baazigar kehte hain: Baazigar (1993)
Whenever you lose something, you always love to say this dialogue of SRK to feel better and maintain your self-esteem as well.
Tension lene ka nahin, sirf dene ka: Munnabhai MBBS (2003)
The chilled rowdy attitude of Sanju Baba in Munnabhai MBBS has made him an idol in the lives of many fans. Whenever your friend or someone is tensed, you love saying this dialogue in the proper Sanjay Dutt style.
Kutte, kameene, main tera khoon pee jaoonga: Yaadon ki Baraat (1973)
The angry young Jat, Dharam paji's many dialogues are recited and repeated by his fans. However, saying this dialogue in front of your male buddies just makes you appear robust just like the Jat actor.