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Top 10 Most Famous Bollywood Dialogues

Bollywood, the Indian film industry. These dialogues have become an integral part of Indian pop culture, often quoted by fans and used in everyday conversations. Bollywood is popular all over the world with its spicy and funny dialogue. Nowadays these old dialogues are being used for various purposes for example in memes or reference to something.

 

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Here are the top 10 most famous Bollywood dialogues of all time:

 

“Kitne Aadmi The?”

"Kitne Aadmi The?"

This dialogue from the cult classic “Sholay” has won many hearts and has been a part of many memes over the years. The film was released in 1975 and it is regarded as one of the greatest and most influential Indian films of all time. The film was made with a budget of 2-3 crores INR and at the box office the film collected 35 crores INR. The estimated inflation-adjusted box office collection of the film comes to Rs 1884 crore.

“Mogambo Khush Hua”

"Mogambo Khush Hua"

This dialogue from the movie “Mr. India” has brought smiles to many faces. The film was released in 1987. It was a huge success at the box office and became the second-highest-grossing film of the year. Amrish Puri was the one who delivered this dialogue. Mr. India was made with a budget of 3.8 crores INR and it ended up collecting 10 crores INR at the box office.

 

“Rishte Mein Toh Hum Tumhare Baap Hote Hai Aur Naam Hai Shahensha”

"Rishte Mein Toh Hum Tumhare Baap Hote Hai Aur Naam Hai Shahensha""Famous Bollywood Dialogues

This dialogue is from the iconic movie “Shahensha” and is delivered by Amitabh Bachchan, known as the angry young man of Bollywood. Shehenshah was released in 1988 starring Amitabh Bachchan and he was the one who delivered this dialogue. Shahenshah was made with a budget of around 1.5 crores and it collected almost 12 crores INR.

 

“Pushpa, I Hate Tears…inhe Ponch Dalo”

"Pushpa, I Hate Tears…inhe Ponch Dalo"

This dialogue is delivered by the late Rajesh Khanna in the movie “Amar Prem”. It is one of the most famous Bollywood dialogues that made him a superstar overnight. This dialogue was delivered by Rajesh Khanna as he was the main lead actor. The film was released in 1972. The budget and box office of this film was not available anywhere.

 

“Babu Moshai Zindagi Badi Honi Chahiye Lambi Nahi”

"Babu Moshai Zindagi Badi Honi Chahiye Lambi Nahi": Famous Bollywood Dialogues

This is another dialogue that has become synonymous with the first superstar, Rajesh Khanna. The dialogue is from the film Anand. It gained a lot of following also being hailed as one of the greatest Hindi films made. The film was released in 1971. The budget of Anand is also not known but the film ended up collecting 1.7 crore INR which is equivalent to 81 crores now.

 

“Maine Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya”

This dialogue from the movie “Mughal-e-Azam” is one of the most iconic dialogues in Bollywood history. Mughal-e-Azam is a historical drama film, it had the widest release of any Indian film upto that time. Upon its release, it was the highest-grossing film for over 15 years. The film was released in 1960. The budget of Mughal-e-azam was around 1.5 crores INR and it collected 11 crores INR. It was the most expensive film made in India until then. It was highest highest-grossing Indian film for almost 15 years. “Mughal-e-Azam’s” worldwide gross comes out to a whopping Rs 3650 crore this is just an estimation the actual could vary. It was the biggest hit at one point in time.

 

“Don Ko Pakadna Mushkil Hi Nahi, Namumkin Hai”

This dialogue from the movie “Don” is delivered by Amitabh Bachchan and is one of the most famous dialogues in Bollywood. The film was released in 1978. It was the third highest-grossing film of 1978. Don was made with a budget of 5 crores INR and it collected 7 crores INR at the box office.

 

“Sattar Minute”

The dialogue is from the movie “Chak De! India” was delivered by Shah Rukh Khan and is one of the most motivational dialogues in Bollywood. It’s a sports film mode on the sport of hockey. the film was released in 2007. Chak De! India was made with a budget of 20 crores INR and it collected around 100 crores INR. It was a very popular film then.

 

“Mere Paas Maa Hai”

This dialogue from the movie “Deewaar” is one of the most iconic dialogues in Bollywood and is delivered by Shashi Kapoor. The film features stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Tharoor and others. The film was released in 1975. It was made on a budget of 1.3 crore INR and earned around 7.5 crore INR.

 

“Tareekh Pe Tareekh”

This dialogue from the movie “Damini” is delivered by Sunny Deol and is one of the most impactful dialogues in Bollywood. It stars Meenakshi Seshadri in the title role with Rishi Kapoor Sunny Deol, and Amrish Puri. Aamir Khan makes a special appearance. The film was released in 1993. Damini was made with a budget of 2.50 crores INR and collected around 11.75 crores INR. This dialogue is often used in conversations or memes about court giving dates after dates instead of verdicts.

 

All the amounts mentioned are from the time of the film’s release.

These dialogues have not only entertained audiences but also left a lasting impact on Indian cinema. They have become a part of our cultural lexicon and continue to resonate with audiences even today. These dialogues are more popular in this era where people are using these old dialogues to make memes and to have fun. 

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