Top 10 Famous Dialogues Of Movies

Top 10 Famous Dialogues Of Movies Hindi Article

1. ' Pink' -

One of the most amazing movies of 2016 has some of the most incredible dialogues.In fact, the courtroom dialogues rendered in the resonating voice of Amitabh left the audience asking for more. But this dialogue about “Na”being not only a word but a sentence and is self-explanatory. Wow, it will always be remembered and stay in the minds of the audience.

2. ' Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' -

This dialogue from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is quite a memorable one and carries a lot of weight and deep meaning. Infact, it touches the innermost feelings and most people can relate to it in a way which is extremely personal and heartfelt. The pain that Ranbir expresses while saying it, leaves such an impact that one’s heart goes out to him.

3. Dear Zindagi -

One of the most sensitively crafted film delves deep into the human psyche of the young minds and their issues and thus is heavily dependent on meaningful conversations between the main protagonist Alia and Shah Rukh who portrays the character of Dr Jahangir Khan.This line where he answers her query on finding your perfect soulmate only after going through various options (relationships) is like buying the best chair after considering other options available in the market.

4. ‘ Dangal’ -

The perfectionist Aamir Khan strikes back again with his latest “Dangal” filled with power packed performances and dialogues. Not only has he learnt the Haryanvi language but has perfected its accent accurately too. His hard work and dedication has paid off stupendously and people are rushing in hordes to watch the film .This dialogue of “Dangal” summarizes the actual spirit and essence of the film and upholds women power.

5. ‘ Airlift’ -

One of the most meaningful dialogues of the film Airlift delivered by Akshay Kumar, this line instantly registers in one’s mind and sets them thinking.The theme and plot of the film is situational and depicts the action taken by the government to airlift and rescue its citizens stranded in a war-torn country.

6. ‘ Fan’ –

Shah Rukh Khan’s FAN is a story of a disappointed fan of a superstar played by Shah Rukh himself. Though a mediocre film, Fan does impress in parts and depicts the hatred of the once obsessed fan of the superstar. This dialogue comes at the stage when the fan realizes his mistake of living in the shadow of his celebrated star.

7. ‘ Sultan’ –

The character of Sultan is portrayed by Salman Khan, it is another movie belonging to the genre of biopics which was a trend in 2016. He managed to retain his aura and magnetism and carried the film on his shoulders with the ease as he carried his wrestling opponent’s. A good script and powerful dialogues added to its lustre. This dialogue which belongs to the film, rendered by Salman stands true of the lessons learnt in life.Never say die. Gather your strength and bounce back.

8. ‘ Neerja’ -

One of the most inspirational movies of this year, Neerja is also Sonam Kapoor’s best one till date.The presentation was fresh and authentic and a stellar performance from Shabana Azmi shook the hardest critic and revived the memories of the sacrifice that cabin crew Neerja Bhanot had given her life to save the passengers of the hijacked aircraft.This dialogue by Shabana, who played the character of Neerja’s mother, was the catch line and one could sense the underlying grief mixed with pride of having a daughter who was the shining star of her family.

9. ‘ Azhar’-

This line from Azhar played by Emraan Hashmi is quite an unforgettable one as it summarizes the trauma that cricket legend Azharuddin had to go through, because of the wrong allegations hurled at him that ruined his career. It is quite true of our times wherein our society tends not to remember the good achievements of a person but believes in the dirty gossip and wrong allegations.

10. ‘ Befikre’ -

One of the contemporary movies of this period showcases that change is the only constant in our times. In this fast-changing global society that we are living in relationships have turned bizarre and fancy free.What was the norm in the 90’s is no longer applicable today. This line said by Vani Kapoor as Shyra reflects the strong, bold independent women of the world who is no less than men in any way and doesn’t shy away from saying what is in her mind.