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Shabbaash bete! Aaj tumne woh kaam kar dikhaya jo humarein blog-khandan mein kissi ne nahi kiya. Mai…mai…..[this is where you’re supposed to play a loud whamp in G major]
Sab oopar waale ki kripa hai. Besides, maine aapka namak khaya hai too! :)
goli mat khaana!! :P
You give the term “gainfully employed” a new meaning. But I have one criticism of this otherwise-funny post. How come these Hindi film dialogues can exist with nobody ever breaking into a song? Whattay mishtake, Neo!
1. I’ve always wanted to learn inkscape. I’m something of an “official vague diagram drawer for powerpoint presentations” specialist.
2. Songs are so clichéd! Oh wait, I see your point. :)
Neo, doctor one should be like this: Maine injection de diya hai, subah tak inhe hosh nahi aaya to..Inhe ab daw ki nahi dua ki jarurat hai.
Dad: Teri shaadi usse nahi hogi jisse tu pyar karti hai, balki usse hogi jisse “”mein pyar karta hun””!! Seriously?? This is against Indian culture!
LOL. Yes how could I forget the dawa vs dua thing ? :)
The “Teri shaadi usse nahi hogi jisse tu pyar karti hai, balki usse hogi jisse mein pyar karta hun” line is actually from Utpal Datt in Golmaal.
absolutely!! What a classic!!
LOL! ROFL :)
“maa, main college me 1st aya hoon”
(oh sorry, lagta hai gaana gate gate thoda sa late ho geya… already 3 comments aa geya… koi gal nei…)
:-) Welcome and thanks for reading!
ladki aur college mein first?! Ho hi nahin sakta!!!
How dare you write a post on Hindi movie dialogues without mention of the legendary “Kumbh ka Mela”?? Aaj se theekh bees saal pehle hum Kumbh ke mele me bichhad gaye thhe – dont you remember my god-tell-me-how-in-this-whole-wide-world-can-we-be-twins judwaa bhai???
I broke into such howls of laughter on reading this that I ppl around me might drag me to a mental asylum. An hence, one more smart one and I’m blocking you (if you know where this is coming from :D).
Say, that will also give you publicity – so lets split the spoils. “aadhe kaam se pehle; baaki kaam ke baad”. Please Please agree to this deal .. “warna meri andhi maa aur boodhi behen ka kya hoga??” (oops .. the adjectives of maa and behen have been transposed .. pls excuse maadi :P)
Last but not the least .. mai tumhaare liye dil to kya .. jaan bhi de sakta hun (no .. not YOU silly .. that was just a dialogue ;)
You know, you seem to have so much material on this subject, are you subconsciously admitting to a Hindi movie addiction ?
(asked the guy who spent most of Sunday drawing a flowchart of Hindi movie dialogues :-P)
“so much material”?? Dude, that was just a trailer .. we haven’t even touched upon “Alibag waala bangla” or “theek baara baje paise leke hanuman mandir ke peeche aa jaana” or “hoshiyar agar police ko khabar karne ki koshish kee tho” .. or even “mai tumhaara ye ehsaan zindagi bhar nahin bhool paaongi” ..
And oh..we have left the court dialogues untouched – “Bayaano ko madte nazar rakhthe hue ye adalat XYZ ko baaizzat bari karti hai” .. or “umr kaid ki sazaa deti hai” ..
We clearly have a long way to go dont we :P
asked the guy who spent most of Sunday drawing a flowchart of Hindi movie dialogues
Heehee – EXACTLY :)
mogambo khush hua :-)
Hathyar phek do! Pulis ne tumhein chaaro taraf se gher liya hai!
Neo, main tumhare liye dil kya, jaan bhi de sakti hoon.
Nice! Is this your own chart, or did someone else make it?
I made it! I spent like 3 long hours on Sunday It was easy!
Ridiculous and true indeed!!! Now we wait for the boy’s story – Kutte Kamine Mein Tera Khoon Pi jaoonga!!!
Hilarious stuff Neo!
btw, that shakti kapoor dialog – isnt that Ajit’s?
Awesome . :D But how hard did you work for this ? And how did you get the time ? ;)
just amazing!!! This deserves to be digitally framed!!!
Bhagwan is missing.
‘Aaj tak maine tumse kuch nahin maanga. Aaj mangti hoon. Kya isi liye maine saare vrat rakhe? Bolo Bolo’ -Bell Bell Bell……..-
NAhiiiiiiiiiii ye nahi ho sakta
hahahahahahaha! yours is surely one of the funniest blogs i have ever read!
great work! (am still clutching my stomach and laughing!)
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Heheh.. Damn funny post.
Had a fun time :)
ye ladka to heera hai heera!
Sooo funny and true! – 25 ridiculously clichéd Hindi film dialogues… http://bit.ly/5DTAWA (blog post by @neo_indian)
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Ek aurat hi doosri aurat ka dard samajh sakti hai behen.
Indian Homemaker: LOL. I missed that one.
I have never seen it all charted and so easily linked and understood. Now how one on hero-villain interactions in Bollywood movies. Remember the great dialogues form the 70s and 80s.
Great idea. I’ll try and come up with that one. :)
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25 ridiculously cliched Hindi Movie Dialogues, explained via CV: http://bit.ly/5DTAWA :P
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Hahaha !! This is hilarious !!
Arey, ye sab kaise ho gaya? Kisine mujhe bataya kyu nahi?
And… when someone dies… “Nahi… yeh nahi ho sakta” (as if that person was destined to be immortal :-/ )
That shit is real.Took me 2 and a half hours to read
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haaha i am really impressed with your presentation. they add value to these classical dialogues of bollywood.
Ye shaadi nahin so sakta!!
mere karan-arjun ayengey, ayengey!
Great stuff, neo!
If it hasnt been added yet, how about:
a) jug jug jiyo beti.
b) bhagwan ke der hai, andher nahi,
c) sabra ka phal mitha hota hai, beti.
d) Dad (best visualized in a silk nightdown lighting up a pipe, advising his daugher’s poor boyfriend), “Bete 200 rupai main to Sunita beti ki laundry bhi nahi nikalti. Yeh raha blank cheque. Is par apne pyar ki kimat ada kardo aur dafaa ho jao yahase!”.
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