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Coolest Bollywood Movie Dialogues!

If you eat sleep and drink movies, this one is for you. If you don’t well, you’ve gotta read this. Chances are you’ve heard these epic one liners being used by a zillion people. - See more on BollyFM/Blog
Check out these coolest dialogues:

Vidya Balan in Dirty Picture (2011) 
"Filmein sirf teen cheezon ki wajah se chalti hain... Entertainment, Entertainment & Entertainment... Aur main Entertainment hoon." 
The movie and role that re-defined Vidya Balan as an actor. Need we say more?  
Vidya Balan

Salman Khan in Wanted (2009)
Now tell us you haven’t heard this one. 
‘Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di. To main apne aap ki bhi nahin sunta’. 
Among many famous dialogues from the movie, this one surely takes the cake. Salman Khan at his best. 
Salman Khan

Abhay Deol in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara (2011)
A movie that rekindled the spirit of friendship and following your heart, this one from the movie (besides the ‘shayari’ lines written by Javed Akhtar) seems to be one you cannot forget. 
“Kya tum mantally challenged ho my bwoy?” 
[Pronounced just the way it’s written]. Get in front of a mirror and practice this. Bwoy!  

Kareena Kapoor in 3 Idiots (2009) 
With this oh so romantic dialogue; 
“Tum gujarati log itne cute hote ho ... par tumhara khana itna khatarnaak kyun hota hai?” 
A stunning show-stopper we’d say!
Kareena Kapoor

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013)
Naina [Deepika]: Flirt karna zaroori hai?
Bunny [Ranbir]: Of course! Sehat ke liye achha hota hai...like yoga. 
Hmm. Do we see a cheesy pick-up line emerging? Oh Bunny. 
Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani

Anushka Sharma in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) 
“Ek ladki sirf itna hi chahti hai ... ki koi usse itna pyar kare ... jitna kisi ne kisi se na kiya ho”. 
Go ahead, feel free to use this one. And see the effect it has. 
Anushka Sharma

Shahrukh Khan in Chennai Express (2013)
‘Don't underestimate the power of a common man. Or common of a power man’ 
as used interchangeably in the movie. You also have Deepika calling him a ‘halwai’ thus adding a third dimension of hilarity. 
Chennai Express

And last but definitely not the least, 
Salman Khan in Dabangg (2010)
"Hum tum mein itne ched karenge, ki confuse ho jaoge ke saans kahan se le aur paade kahan se".
 Followed by chuckles of laughter. Hehe!  You’ve guessed it right. Salman Khan doing what he does best. Entertaining audiences that is.

Source: MTV

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