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Well, Bollywood is one inseparable part of our lives, time and again quite subconsciously we make use of Bollywood and its patent dialogues in our day to day to lives. As funny as it may sound, but still we’d still invariably dive deep into the depths of the dialogues, and why not? Because it’s so freaking relatable after all.


Well most of us have come across such friends of ours in college or at the workplace who’d can’t get over a particular Bollywood character and would go about ranting the dialogues almost anywhere.


The famous dialogue of Kareena Kapoor from ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum’ which says that “Kaun hai woh, jisne dobara mudke Poo ko nahi dekha” have got almost every girl taken over by the line. Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ has it’s own story to tell when it comes to dialogue and I’m sure I don’t have to come up with it as you know it very well.


The essentiality of modern dialogues have taken the youth by storm, right from the famous monologue of Kartik Aryan in ‘Pyar Ka Punchnama’ to the poignant dialogues of ‘Manto’, the youth is just bowled over by it and seem to not get it out of their mind. If you are a filmy freak you must surely be nodding your head YES right now because you know this is what you do. For example, here we ‘ve got the example of a workplace surrounded by Bollywood freaks who can’t stop the Bollywood bugs from biting them.

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