Sunday, June 11, 2006

That 70s show – Bollywood ishtyle

Ladies and Gentlemen, thodi hi der mein hamara jahaz 1970s ki duniya mein pahunch jayega aur hum aakpo 70s ke kuch dialogues sunanevale hai. Bhagne ki koshih mat karna kyonki saas bhi kabhi bahu thi..oops..kyonki tumhari maa hamare kabze mein hai. Robert, 70s ke dialogues ke tape shuru karo. Mona, hamari godh mein baitho aur dialogues suno.

  • Khabardaar, varna mujhse bura koi nahi hoga (Vaise bhi tumse bura koi nahi hai)
  • Dadima aaj mein bahut khush hoon (For the uninitiated, that’s heroine’s way of telling that she’s fallen in love)
  • Mein tumhare bache ki maa banne vali hoo (Sorry, I need a DNA report)
  • Ek ek ko chun chun ke maroonga (Patented by Dharmendra)
  • Kutte, kameene, mein tera khoon pee jaoonga (Patent pending with USPTO, applicant – Dharmendra)
  • Bhagwaan ke liye mujhe chod do (To which Prem Chopra responds “Itni achi cheez bhagwaan ke liye kaise chod doon?”)
  • Maa…mein aa gaya maa…
  • Tumhaare ghar mein maa behan nahi hai kya? (Initially this did the trick but after sometimes eve teasers got smart and started replying “Ma-behan to hai, lekin girl-friend nahin hai”)
  • Aaj tak maine tumse kuch nahi manga (Mangna bhi nahi)
  • Bas, isse aage ek lavs bhi nahi bolna (It took 30 years and Baboo Rav Apte to ask the logical question - Ek lavs? Kaunsa lavs? )
  • Beti tho paraya dhan hoti hai
  • Bachne ki koshish mat karna, Pulees ne is ilake ko charo tharaf se gher liya hai
  • Maa, Mera baap kaun hai? (Camera zooms into Nirupa Roy's face who flexes her eyebrows)
  • Kaan khol kar sunlo (Heroine tries to open her ears)
  • Khabardaar agar aaj ke baad Vijay se kabhi milne kee koshish ki to (Generally delivered by Pran, though occasionally by Prem Chopra, Vijay enacted by angry young Big B)
  • Maa…mein pass ho gaya (Bas beta ab ek OBC certificate ka bhi intezaam kar lo)
  • Aaj se mera tumhara koi sambhand nahi hai
  • Tum insaan ho ya pathar? (Err..Insaan?)
  • Mubarak ho, tum maa banne vali ho
  • Maa ka doodh piya hai tho saamne aa (Umm..sorry horlicks piya hai)
  • Bhachaaoo
  • Apne aap ko kaanoon ke hawale kar do
  • Kaanoon ko hath mein math lo (This line was the most common graffito I have seen in boys’ rest room during school days)
  • Kaanoon ke hath bade lambe hote hain (hehehe)
  • Daddy! Mein Vijay ke siva kisi aur se shaadi nahin karoongi
  • Arre, thijori ki chaabi kahaan gayi?
  • Tamaam gavahon aur bayano ko madde nazar rakhthe hue, ye adaalat is nathize par pahunchi hai.. ki mujrim ko iss blog ke saare posts padne ki sazaa di jaathi hai

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good one..some other "dialogues"
Tumhare pitaji agar zinda hote to kitne khush hote( usually in front of a garlanded picture of an old man after the hero has passed his exam)
Main apna imaan paise ke liye nahin bechunga

10:57 PM  
Blogger Sonal said...

Hey one more...

Kalmuhi!!! Najane mujhse kis janam ka badla le rahee hain??!!

..usually said by the mom when her daughter is unmarried and gets pregnant!

9:58 AM  
Blogger Supremus said...

LOL!!! This was funny! Great writeup

10:59 AM  
Blogger Swapna said...

Good one!

4:21 PM  
Blogger Happy-Go-Lucky said...

@anonymous : Yeah I missed those ones, thanks.

@sonal : Yeah, I remember Aruna Irani in the pregant girl's role and Lalita Pawar as her mother :-)

@supreme & Swapna : thanks!

7:50 PM  
Anonymous Yash said...

Good post .. quite funny ..

Chk out my take on Bollywood Dialogues.

I have listed top 10 bollywood dialogues ..

2:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this

7:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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7:15 AM  
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