Comedy dialogues provide relief from the intense scenes and help the audience to connect with the characters on a personal level. Comedy dialogues are often remembered long after the movie is over and people tend to quote them quite often.
Movies are not just a form of entertainment but they also reflect the current scenario of society. Comedy dialogues in movies play an important role in entertaining the people and at the same time, they also send a social message to the society.
1.Mai har test pass karke dikhaunga, chahe yeh mera blood test he kyo na ho - Khiladi 786
Translation - I will pass every test with flying colours, even if it's my blood test.
Will the comedy OG ever leave a chance to deliver kick-ass lines? Kudos, to the writer who came up with this, definitely every test holds its own importance in our lives. We should try our best to give our 200% at every level and excel with flying colors.
2. Tube se nikla hua paste aur tees maar khan ki diyi hui zabaan kabhi vapas nahi jaati - Tees Maar Khan
Translation- Paste squeezed out of a tube and the words of promise from Tees Maar Khan can not go back.
Anything that goes out can not be put in a reverse order to find a place in its origin. The words rolled out from the vocals of Tees Maar Khan were a final punch to our gut, to send us rolling on the floor laughing our hearts out.
3. Kawaa Kitna bhi washing machine mein naha le….bagula nahi banta- Hungama
Translation - Even if a crow bathes in a washing machine, he can not become a crane.
You can not transform the black into white and the white into black. This line holds a diversified meaning but on a positive note let's analyze an example. If a thief regularly donates a part of his theft to the poor or needy, will his actions be not termed as guilty? No, right. There is a stark difference between right and wrong, which can not be altered.
4. Baal dye karne ki umar mein, ladai karne nikle hai - Welcome Back
Translation- In the age of dying his hair, he is out to pick on a fight.
Obviously, you will say this to an older person who is running an errand just to pick on a fight. Violence can not be a norm in older generation people, after all everyone ain't Jackie Chan.
5. Woh bahar casualty mein koi marne ki haalat mein khada hai, toh usko form bharna zaroori hai kya? - Munna Bhai MBBS
Translation- If someone is standing outside casualty in the situation of life or death, is it still necessary for him to fill in the registration form.
The harsh reality of maximum healthcare units around the world where money paves the way for faster treatment. We can't keep a count of the number of people denied treatment because of finances. After all, life and death situation is a business for some of these organizations.
6. Har baap ka ekk baap hota hai aur unhe hum dadaji kehete hai - Dhamaal
Translation - Every father, has a father whom we recall as the grandfather.
Honestly, this sentence just justifies the order of every family. Still, brings a smile to your face or you let out a small giggle when you read or hear about it.
7. Bhai yeh room toh shuru hote hi khatam ho gaya - Munna Bhai MBBS
Translation - Brother, this room just ended even before it started.
This iconic line of Circuit stills holds a special rank among memes and other comic aspects in the industry. Sounds, like an instant remark, and credits to the script-writing team to have delivered multiple iconic lines within this film.
8. Adrak ho gaya hai yeh aadmi kahin se bhi badhhraha hai - Tanu weds Manu returns
Translation - This person has become like ginger, he is growing out from any point.
We would like to believe Kangana is talking about the stress due to his husband in this scene. The story is about Tanu, who married Manu against her family's wishes and then ran away to London. Now, she is back and wants to win over her family again. The film is directed by Anand L Rai and also stars R Madhavan in a pivotal role.
9. Death aur shit.. yeh do cheezein kisi ko, kahin bhi, kabhi bhi aa sakti hein - Piku
Translation - Death and shit, can happen to anyone at any place, any time
Piku starring Amitabh Bacchan and Deepika Padukone hit the existing-yet-unacknowledged humour spot of Indians around constipation. Believe it or not, Indian households have more discussions about proper digestion than about health insurance for the members. For most Indians, a happy stomach paves the way for a healthy life.
As promised, this was our Part II around comedy dialogues delivered in Bollywood. To be honest, there are thousands of lines and hundreds of writers who deserve our applause and here we have listed a few which has won our hearts alongside others. After all, the dialogue injects the feel of the movie.