Bollywood is famous for its cliche romantic dialogues some of which have become a very part of our popular culture. However, have you ever stopped and thought for a while that any of these dialogues whether actually make any sense or hold any logic in the practical and real world? No? Well, buckle up for some debunking and some unlearning because we’re now about to get rid of some utterly misleading Bollywood love dialogues:
1. “Hum ek baar jeete hain, ek baar marte hain, shaadi bhi ek baar hoti hain... aur pyaar bhi ek baar hi hota hai.”
Are you freaking kidding me? The generation where I am it’s no more hesitation to get married twice or even thrice; let alone talking about love. As far as I know, my first love was a sheer mistake.
2. “Jab koi pyaar mein hota hai toh koi sahi galat nahi hota.”
Yeah sure! Then you can’t even call it wrong for that stalker lurking in the streets at night or texting weird stuff just because he is in so-called ‘love’. How lame! Everything in this world requires reasoning, love as well.
3. “Main tumhe bhool jaon yeh ho nahi sakta... aur tum mujhe bhool jao yeh main hone nahi doonga.”
This is an outright threat on the face! I’m sure if someone comes up to me and say this shit, I might either laugh on his face or put a slap right across.
4. “Tumhare jaisi ladkiyan flirting ke liye nahi, ishq ke liye bani hai.”
So, basically, you are categorizing the already categorized women in society. Some can only get flirted while the other can only be loved! What sort of discrimination is that?
5. “Mujhe yakeen hai ki mein sirf isliye janma hoon ki tumse pyar kar sakun. Tum sirf isliye, ki ek din meri ban jaaon.”
And what about all the twelve years of slogging your ass off at school and then at college? Didn’t you have any ambition to do anything in life? Or your father is rich enough to feed you and the one for whom you’re ‘born’.
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