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When Everything Else Fails, Try These Romantic Dialogues From Bollywood In Your Life.

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Everyone is not conceived with smooth moves, regardless of the possibility that you are overflowing with adoration and feelings. In such a circumstance how would you communicate to the object of your affections? Affection doesn't transform an ordinary individual into Ghalib however that doesn't mean you can't express your adoration. Attempt these exchanges from Hindi motion pictures that will instantly bring a grin all over and get the message over. Obviously you have to say it right, or it will look entirely unpleasant.


1. Kuch kuch hota hai

 “Hum ek baar jeete hai… ek baar marte hai..shaadi bhi ek baar hoti hai aur pyaar bhi ek hi baar hota hai.”


2. Dil Chahta Hai

“Mujhe yakeen hai ki mein sirf isliye janma hoon….ki tumse pyar kar sakun….tum sirf isliye, ki ek din meri ban jao.”


3. Fanna

“Tere dil main meri saanso ko panaah mil jae, tere ishq main meri jaan Fanaah ho jaae.”



4. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

“Chahane aur hasil karne mein bahut fark hai…pyar sirf haasil karneka naam nahin…pyar dene ka naam hai.”


5. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

“Agar tum mujhe aise hi dekhte rahoge, to mujhe tumse pyaar ho jaaega FIRSE.”


6. Ramleela

“Besharam badtazmeez khudgarz hota hai, par pyaar to aise hi hota hai.”


7. Awarapan

“Ek awaaz hai joh mere kano mein goonjti rehti hai … ek chehra hai joh meri aankhon ke samne baar baar aa jata hai … mere dil ka sukoon thi woh.”


8. Mohabbatein

“Main aaj bhi usse utni hi mohabbat karta hoon … aur is liye nahi ki koi aur nahi mili … par is liye ki usse mohabbat karne se fursat hi nahi milti.”


9. Maine Pyar Kiya

“Ye pyar nahi hai toh aur kya hai suman…tum hansti ho to main hansta hoon,tum roti ho toh main rota hoon aur jab pyar hota hai na toh dil ko chot pahunchti hai…”


10. Aashiqui 2

“Tumhare ishq se bani hoon main … pehle zinda thi … ab jee rahi hoon main.”


11. Chalte Chalte

“Yaad rakhna ki duniya ke kisi kone mein koi khush hai, kyun ki tum khush ho.”


12. Rehna hai tere dil main

“Ek ladki dekhi, one flash aur main aapna dil kho betha, ab to bas ek hi tamanna hai – rehna hai uske dil mein.”

posted Jul 4, 2016 by Ankitha

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With Amitabh Bachchan’s extraordinary acting skills, the film just shot to another level. The protagonists of the film were three beautiful ladies who stepped it up a notch and made it all look very real. There were no cliche’s no dreamy possibilities, no Bollywood masala/glamour whatsoever. Just an issue with other major issues intact.

If you feel like reliving Pink in those amazing dialogues and inspire yourself again, you have been served. (Spoilers ahead)

1. You shouldn’t give yourself the liberty to judge us at all. 

2. Because our society is too harsh on women if she breaks stereotypes. 

3. She is not supported. 

4. And gets trashed by the patriarchal society. 

5. We do what we do, because we want to. 

6. Trash her, blame her all you want. That is not going to stop her. 

7. And you scanning her, top to bottom doesn’t scare her. 

8. She has free will just like you. 

9. Train yourself to handle her dresses.

10. Because she will live however and wherever she wants to. 

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12. If she goes out to pubs or parties, does not mean that she is “available”. 

13. Boys grow up, be a man. 

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15. Respect a girl’s dignity, she is not an object. 



Bollywood has given all of us numerous huge minutes in our adolescence, from epic tunes to hairdos to persuasive discoursed. Bollywood characterizes each Indian's life, resists each rationale, and makes life appear to be more doubtful than it really is. 

Inside all these important minutes are some epic exchanges, that we as a whole say now and again, to pass our day.

you must have surely used Sunny paaji’s dialogue, ‘Ye dhaai kilo ka haath jab uth jaata hai na, tab aadmi uth nahi, uth jaata hai’, at least once in your life!


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Imtiaz Ali has a place with the third sort of gathering, who has faith in introducing dreams and dreamlike encounters through genuine and relatable characters. The way Ali inquiries and showcases life complexities through his movies is bright. There is dependably a variable in his stories that you bring back with you and contemplate upon for quite a while.  Conceived and raised in a residential community, Imtiaz Ali experienced childhood in a domain of film darlings. As the chief advanced into school life, he began doing theater. His enthusiasm and abilities conveyed him to Mumbai and the visionary inside him constrained him to make movies that hovered around finding diverse implications of life. As the executive turns 45, we convey to you a rundown of his best works till date:


1. Tamasha 

Another stellar by Ali and Ranbir Kapoor is a year ago's film 'Tamasha'. A film for each one of those "mavericks" who give in their beginning and end to fit into the mold of the general public. "Tamasha" is an account of Ved who really lives in a universe of stories and dreams, however reality hits him hard and constrains him to carry on with a double life. Subtly, the film hit the right harmony among an era which is as yet thinking that its 'own, free' method for living their fantasies without trading off the solace of life. 


2. Highway 

Taking into account discovering one's actual belongingness and deserting the grasp of the general public, "Highway" was the narrative of Veera. A high society young lady having her offer of dull past is captured by a goon who has his offer of individual evil spirits to manage. How these two softened souls discover comfort up each different has been told wonderfully by Ali. Who could deal with the complexities of Stockholm disorder superior to anything Imtiaz Ali! 


3. Rockstar 

A skilled artist tries to discover his motivation and purposely gets his heart broken by a young lady who doesn't have a place with his general public. Keeping in mind the end goal to grasp himself and his ability, he loses himself in the affection for a young lady and consequently transforms into a broken man. "Rockstar" is the account of a radical and has passionate profundity just a broken soul could interface with. 


4. Socha Na Tha 

Imtiaz Ali's first film 'Socha Na Tha' resembled a new breath of air. Managing the idea of masterminded marriage, the film demonstrated the perplexity of adolescents who need to run with their own particular decisions and not settle with the guidelines set by the general public and guardians. Invigorating storyline, astonishing idea and keeping alive the topic of 'do what your heart says', Imtiaz made it a point to get perceived right with his first film. 


5. Love Aaj Kal 

Another out of the case film, 'Love Aaj Kal' managed the idea of separation and proceeding onward. How today's era is not altogether different from their guardian's era was delineated splendidly by Ali. He demonstrated regardless of how 'quick paced' and "unwind" Gen Y gets to be about the idea of affection, even they won't give up when they locate their 'ideal one'. Another film taking into account disarray and finding what truly matters, the idea got to be Imtiaz Ali's specialty after this film. 


It is possible that it's about discovering affection, motivation or oneself, Ali's works have dependably been about the spirit and longs for the hero. During an era when Bollywood is striking a harmony amongst business and workmanship movies, Ali has made his own particular specialty by being a producer of soul.