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Write Words That Remain Etched In People’s Minds For Generations To Come

“Yeh Haath Mujhe Dede, Thakur!” Would Be My Appeal To Any Of My Favorite Dialogue-Writers. Their Hands Do, After All, Write Words That Remain Etched In People’s Minds For Generations To Come.

They Give Volume To The Mouthpieces Of The Actors. Without Them, The Movie Might As Well Be An Old, Silent One. Once The Script Is Ready, The Dialogue-Writer Comes Up With Dialogues For The Actors To Narrate The Flow Of The Story. They Invent The Most Impactful Strings Of Words, Which Bring Out The Personality Of The Character And Present To The Audience What His/Her Mindset Is.

From Monologues To Conversations, Dialogue-Writers Know Exactly What They Want The Actor To Say To Display The Main Idea Behind The Scene. They Understand What Situation Requires What Kind Of Speech, Including Irony, Satire, Humour, Sarcasm, Etc. They Sometimes Even Make Use Of The Art Of Metaphorical Speeches, Wherein The Actor Dictates A Story Or Incident In The Film, The Moral Of Which Is Connected With Happens Later In That Film.