It's National Doctors' Day today (July 1st) and there has always been a close connection between doctors and Bollywood. Almost all the films in Bollywood have at least one scene which requires a doctor.
Right from the black and white days to today's 3D era, Bollywood doctors have been seen supporting a victim's family with some common dialogues; some of which are so common that we have learnt those by heart.
Roles of doctors are mostly played by supporting actors but there are films in which many popular actors played the role of doctors and entertained us. Actors like Salman Khan, Boman Irani, Preity Zinta, Kareena Kapoor, Sonali Bendre among others played some serious roles of doctors.
But, here we are focusing on some of the most common dialogues that doctors in Bollywood films are heard uttering. There are some doctor-specific dialogues which have been repeated so many times in Hindi movies that we can very well predict those as soon as we see a similar situation.
Although, these dialogues and situations happen to be very serious, the repetitive nature of such lines make us laugh.
On this special occasion of National Doctors' Day, check out some of the most commonly used dialogues of doctors in Bollywood which will make you LOL...
Faith In God
Bharosa rakhe...bhagwan ne chaha toh sab thik hoga (Have faith...everything will be fine if God wishes)
24 ghante mein hosh aajana chahiye warna... (He should be back in senses within 24 hours or else...)
Hum puri kosish kar rahe hai...baki upar wale ke haath mein hai (We are trying our best...rest is on God's hand)
Maa thik hai par hum bacche ko nehi bacha paye (The mother is fine but we couldn't save the child)
Iska toh bohot khoon behchuka hai..phoran operation karna padega (He has lost a lot of blood...he needs to undergo operation immediately)
Ab mein kuch bhi nehi kar sakta (Now I can't do anything)
Sabse bada doctor toh upar wala hai (The greatest doctor is God)
That Means No Hope
Iska haalat bohot nazuk hai (His condition is very critical)
Very Active Doctor
Jaldi se wo dawayi lao!!! (Bring that medicine fast!)
This Is the Most Common
I am sorry