Another Bollywood year has passed and it was another milestone in the history of Indian cinema. Films come and go, but what stays with us for a really long time are the dialogues. There are many dialogues that touch us right in the feels and many make us feel like the hero we are.
As we draw closer to the New Year celebrations, let’s talk about some entertaining and never-forgetting dialogues that 2018 has given us:
“School Ke Bahar Jab Zindagi Imtehaan Leti Hai To Subject Wise Nahi Leti”
Hichki: Rani Mukerji put in an incredible performance as the teacher with Tourette’s Syndrome who is relentlessly cheerful even when hurt by others, beginning with her father! Mukerji’s tics and dialogues delivery seemed so effortless it was magical.
“Chinta Ko Talwar Ki Nok Par Rakhe Wo Rajput, Ret Ki Nav Lekar Samundar Se Shart Lagaye Wo Rajput, Aur Jiska Sar Kate Phir Bhi Dhad Dushman Se Ladta Rahe, Wo Rajput”
Padmaavat: Indeed this “Rajput” dialogue from Padmaavat by Shahid Kapoor became sensational when people used it in many memes and eventually made it popular. It is one of the most loved Bollywood dialogues of 2018 and has not been affected by the controversies that the movie Padmaavat has been surrounded by.
“Watan Ke Age Kuch Nahi, Khud Bhi Nahi”
Raazi: Alia Bhatt as the determined woman who has to sacrifice love and family for a bigger cause consolidated her position as one of the finest female actors of the year.
“Azaadi Hai Gunah To Qubool Hai Saza, Ab To Hoga Wahi Jo Manzur-E-Khuda”
Thugs of Hindostan: Even though The film ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ didn’t really workout for the Amitabh-Amir fans, this dialogue in Amitabh Bachchan’s thunderous voice is enough to remember it. The dialogue is stunning in meaning. The movie is the biggest flop of 2018, but Amitabh Bachchan’s charm is nothing to be missed. Undoubtedly, it is a top dialogue of 2018.
“Ek Mulk Kaghaz Pe Naksho Ki Lakeeron Se Nahi Banta, Mulk Badhta Hai Rang Se, Bhasha Se, Dharam Se, Zaat Se”
Mulk: This one is a bold dialogue by the Pink-girl of Bollywood, Taapsee Pannu, from the movie Mulk. The dialogue means that a nation is built by its people, not by its boundaries and so, is one 2018 dialogue to remember.