Bollywood has given us priceless dialogues over the years. And surprisingly, we remember most of them, and once in a while we too indulge in bhaari dialogue baazi. From the epic Sher and Shayaris to spine-chilling "Kutte, Main tera khoon pee jaoonga", Bollywood has given us a lot to cherish.
But at times, Bollywood loses its sanity. It happens not only with the entire plot, but also with the dialogues. They are absolutely trashy and they leave you in a state of confusion. No matter how star-studded the film is, these dialogues make the entire film questionable. At times they are so bad, that they are actually entertaining.
To give you a recap of such dialogues, here’re the best of the worst Bollywood movie dialogues.
"Tere shareer mein itna khoon nahi hoga, jitna Ravi Kumar ek baar mein moot deta hai"- The Xpose
An epic dialogue from an epic film – The Xpose! If you haven’t watched it yet, you’re a bore.
"Tum oxygen aur mai double hydrogen. Hamari chemistry bilkul paani ki tarah hai."- Hasee Toh Phasee
That’s some nerdy romance from Bollywood.
"It’s my way, or sky way"- Action Jackson
With threats like that, of course Action Jackson wins!
"Tumhara hardware, software banjayega"- Ungli
Talk dirty, Bollywood style! Steamy make out scene, guaranteed!
"Joh main bolta hoon woh main karta hoon… joh main nahi bolta woh main definitely karta hoon."- Rowdy Rathore
Arrey bhai! Aakhir kehna kya chahte ho? So confused.
"Don’t fear come near, put my jawani ka scooter in third gear" – Humshakals
If that’s a pick-up line, we are definitely NOT taking a chance.
"Is ghar ki do hi cheez famous hai, aai ka chicken aur aai ka chikna"
How to show off infront of your friends? Watch and learn from Bollywood.
"Mere paas DNA ka bottle hai, Daddy’s Naazayaz Aulad"
So much pun.
"Na appointment, na commitment, only punishment"
"Namkeen nani, naughty nana hai…Leela ko Ram ke ghar jaana hai."
Poetry level: Bollywood!
Don’t you just love these? Pure gems, indeed! There are more such hidden gems in Bollywood. However, surprisingly all these movies made 100 crores at the box office, thanks to people like us. So, what’s your favourite trashy Bollywood dialogue?