Bollywood never disappoints us. Love it or hate it, Bollywood rules. The movies have long been the source of some epic dialogues. We, being ardent fans of Bollywood, cannot help but quote it now and then. Blame it on the awesomeness factor of Bollywood, we just can’t seem to help it. They seem to be a part of our daily routine.
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It is Thursday, and we are already dying for the weekend! Like it is the last hope of our survival on this planet. Work, assignments, meetings, deadlines… and what not? At times like these, just keep clam and repeat the dialogue from Munnabhai MBBS "Tension lene ka nahin, sirf dene ka." Wow! I feel better already.
The fast-paced city life drains us all. Crazy weekdays. The daily rush. Over-crowded trains (especially the obnoxious aunties at Dadar station). The list is never ending. After a wackadoodle of a week, all we need is a beer and some good friends. Feel the high already? At moment like this you can’t help but quote this dialogue from Devdas by Dilip Kumar "Kaun kambakht bardaasht karne ko peeta hai? Main toh peeta hoon ke bas saans le sakoon". We feel you bro. Aren’t we all breathing away our lives?
You are at the neighborhood coffee shop reading a book. Having your perfect ‘me’ time, occasionally ruminating about your life. Suddenly, someone pats on your back. Aila! A long lost friend. Just the perfect moment to exclaim "Bade bade shehron mein aisi chhoti-chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain." Shahrukh Khan from Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, remember?
We all have melodramatic friends. And we all played the role of agony aunts, with much compassion. But sometimes nothing helps, but just one line – "Pushpa, I hate tears… inhe ponch dalo," as said by Rajesh Khanna in Amar Prem. Try it, it works! But do change the name accordingly.
Nothing like an awesome weekend! As they all say – Work hard, party harder! Eat, chill, unwind… feel awesome about yourself! And declare with complete ecstatic delight – "Mogambo, khush hua!" So what if you are not Amrish Puri from Mr. India? You just had an super weekend!
Sunday night. Monday blues start. Don’t we all wish that there should have been another day between Sunday and Monday… anyways "Kabhi kabhi kuch jeetne ke liye kuch harna bhi padta hai, aur haar kar jeetne waale ko baazigar kehte hain" Thank you Shahrukh Khan, for such an epic dialogue.