Hilarious Bollywood Dialogues That Are So Stupid, They Became Iconic

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As someone who loves Bollywood, I have to say that I remember Geet’s swear-storm in Jab We Met by heart, and I use Shahrukh’s “Picture Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Dost,” for a frequent rush of motivation.  And as proud as I am of my favourite movies, I have to agree that some of the dialogues really make no sense – and are completely idiotic. Like “Hum tum mein itne ched karenge…” means nothing really. And still, it is one of the most iconic Bollywood dialogues of all time. This and more, here are some of the most iconic dialogues of Bollywood, which are hilariously goofy and stupid. 

Mogambo khush hua | Mr India (1987)

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Perhaps one of the greatest villains in Bollywood’s history Mogambo. He also got the best catchphrase ever.  

Aaj mere paas gaadi hai, bungla hai… | Deewaar (1975)

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I was probably seven years old when I heard it for the first time – and it remains to be the most iconic line of Amitabh in his fifty-year career.   

Khamosh | Multiple Movies

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Uff! Iconic stuff. Who knew that Shatrughan even saying this dialogue would become a part of the history.

Kitne aadmi the? | Sholay (1975)

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Although the entire movie can be quoted off the back, and there are many iconic dialogues – this stands out and remains to be one of the best deliveries ever. 

Ek bar joh maine commitment kar di | Wanted (2009)

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What a perfect salutation. This was the best phase of Salman. And a lot his dialogues went really viral during those days.  

Kuttey kaminey, Main tera khoon pee jaoonga | Yaadon Ki Baaraat

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This incredible movie, with the cast of Dharmendra, Zeenat Aman, Tariq Khan, Neetu Singh, Vijay Arora, Ajit Khan, Aamir Khan, is exceptional. And this dialogue is great in particular. 

Ek machhar sala aadmi ko hijda bana deta hai | Yeshwant (1997)

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Hard-hitting dialogues and intense cinematography, Yeshwant delivers a commentary on social issues and India’s corruption. But this dialogue easily made its way to the Bollywood Hall of Fame. 

Mein apni favorite hoon | Jab We Met (2007)

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This is the dialogue that made every girl in 2007 and beyond a complete narcissist. If you have never said this out loud, then we can’t be friends.

Uska toh na bad luck hi kharab hai | Rangeela (1995)

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Probably the best movie of Aamir during his debut years, Rangeela has many such bursts of hilarious dialogues and insane comedy. Surely wanna watch it once again really soon. 

Prem naam hain mera, Prem Chopra | Bobby (1973)

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If you are someone like me, who had heard this dialogue, but actually never knew its origin – High Five! 

Hum tum mein itne ched karenge… | Dabangg (2010)

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Uhmm! NSFW! ????  What a stupid dialogue. Something the youth of India loves with all its heart. 

Thappad se darr nahi lagta sahab… | Dabangg (2010)

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Iconic. Maybe the line that minted Sonakshi’s career into Bollywood. 

Rahul, Naam toh suna hoga | Dil Toh Pagal Hai (1997)

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I am sorry? Rahul? Who gave you the right to steal away my heart?

Aap convince hogaye ya main aur bolun? | Jab We Met (2007)

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Oh, Geet! I love you. I have actually used this so many times. 

And finally, this goofy entry from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

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Haha! Hope the movie buff inside you enjoyed this ride. For the speciest Bollywood updates, keep scrolling. 
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