All Time Best Dialogues From Hindi Movies

Hindi movies are widely watched in movies in the entire world. But few of them shine in the heart of the viewers larger than the life, thanks to their amazingly written dialogues. Here are the few of the all-time best dialogues from Hindi movies, which find their way on our tongue unintended.


Sholay (1975)– “Baasanti in kuton ke samne matt nachna”

Don (old)– “don ko pakadna mushkil he nahi namumkin hai”

Rowdy Rathod (2012)– “ Jo mai bolt hun wo mai karta hu, Jo mai nahi bolta wo mai definitely karta hu”

Dewar (1975)– Amitabh bachhan“ Ajj mere pass gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai….tumhare pass kya hai?”, Shashi Kapoor “mere pass maaa hai….Maa hai..”

Sholay (1975)– “Kittne admi the”

Yaddon ki Baraat (1973)– “kutte, kameene, mai tera khoon pee jaunga”

Souten (1988)– “Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain, wo batti bujha ke kapde badalte hain”

Shahenshah (1988)– “Rishte mei to hum tumhare baap lagte hai, naam hai shaehensha”

Pakeezah (1972)– “Aapke paon dekhe, bahut hassen hai. Inhe Zammen par mat utariyega, maile ho jayenge”

Devdas (1955)– “kaun kambhakat bardasht karne ko peeta hai? Mai toh peeta ke bas saans le saku”

Mother India (1957)– Sunil Dutt “tujhe mujhe nahin maar sakti. Tu meri maa hai”. “mai pehle ek aurat hun” Nargis

Mughal-e-Azam (1960)– “Anakali, Saleem ki mohabat tumhe marne nahi degi aur hum tumhe jeene nahin denge”

Waqt (1965)– “Chinai seth, Churri bachho ke khelne ke chez nahi hoti, hath kat jaye toh khoon nikal atta hai”

Boby (1973)– “ Koi pyaar kare toh tumse kare, tum jaise ho waise kare. Koi tumko badal kar pyaar kare toh who pyaar nahin, sauda hai”

Sahib, Biwi aur Ghulam (1962)– “Gehne tudvao, gehne banvao, aur koriyaan kheelo…. So arram se”