Our country has no dearth of crazy Bollywood fans, who actually know the dialogues of their favorite films by heart. Pushpa, I hate tears…, Mere paas… Mere paas Maa hai, Rishte mein to hum tumhare baap lagte hain, naam hai Shahenshah, Kabhi kabhi kuch jeetne ke liye kuch harna bhi padta hai, Aur haar kar jeetnay wale ko Baazigar kehte hain, Ye haath mujhe de de Thakur… and many more have been ruling the minds of many till date.
And the nominations for the 2014 films with best dialogues that would be caged in the minds of viewers for long are …
The central characters of this movie were raw and rugged and so was the territorial and time set up. Hence, the movie had to have some cheesy, edgy and harshly spelled dialogues justifying the flavour of the film. And with dialogues such as, Chori ke dhande mein joh maal le jaye na … maal bhi uska, dhanda bhi uska; Pistol ki goli aur laundiya ki boli jab chalti hai … toh jaan dono mein hi khatre mein hoti hai; Yeh tevar hamare khoon mein hai … tere bhaukne se kuch nahi hoga went well with the mood of the film.
Queen, was a simple film with a heartfelt story, and its dialogues portrayed the simplicity of a naïve Rani (Kangana Ranaut). Main india se hoon, rajouri… rajouri suna hai, apne honeymoon pe akele aayi hoon, Mera haal na gupta uncl ke jaise ho gaya hai. Gupta uncle ko na cancer ho gaya hai. unho ne kabhi sharab nai pi, cigarette nai pi, phir bhi cancer ho gaya. Isse accha toh pi lete, Indians sab cheez mein best hai … kissing mein bhi Indians hi best hai … kabhi Emraan Hashmi ka naam nahi suna? Kangana’s inputs on the dialogues enhanced the impact of her character and the story.
Like the title, the dialogues of the film too were Heropanti driven. With perfect ratio of attitude and style, they became famous among the guys to kind of look cool mouthing the same dialogues. Dialogues such as, Heropanti karega….Kya karu yaar sabko aati nahi meri jati nahi, Joh dost kamine nahi hote … woh kamine dost nahi hote… and many more gave the movie a perfect Bollywood flavor of a typical action, drama film.
Main Tera Hero (2014)
The movie was a complete entertainer with no logic but great humor. With each dialogue that Seenu (Varun Dhawan) delivered was punched to the mark. The funny dialogues like, Mein dikhta hoon swami type ka par hoon ekdum harami type ka, I wanna text you, mail you, tweet you, or agar tumne phir bhi jawab nahi diya na, I will poke you… on facebook yaar, and many such gave out for some laughter and a wild, wacky, entertainer.
Like the action, the dialogues of this Salman Khan starrer too were power packed with dialogues such as Mere bare mein itna mat sochna … dil mein aata hoon … samajh mein nahi, Woh jeena bhi koi jeena hai jis mein kick na ho, Aap devil ke peeche, devil aapke peeche … too much. Dialogues have always been one of the driving forces of Salman’s movie, and with Kick it was the same.
Singham Returns (2014)
Like its first installment, the sequel had strong and impacting dialogues which formed the essence of the film. Punchy one-liners- “Main leta nahin, deta hoon.” And the likes, and Singham’s (Ajay Devgn) signature catchphrase “Aata maajhi satakli” were striking.
The dialogues were perfectly blended in the narration of the story, aptly explaining the situation and conditions of characters and the place. The hard-hitting dialogues elucidated the pain the Kashmiris have been experiencing for years. To mention a few, Disappeared logo ki biwiyaan aadhi bewa kehlati hai, half widows. Aap elections ladne ki taiyaari kijiye chacha, meri ladayi toh shuru ho chuki hai, Maa jab jhooth bole na, nahi acchi lagti, Vaishi bhediya ban gaya shukar hai asteen ka saamp nahi bana .
The movie having based on an intense and hard core subject of “Girl Trafficking” the dialogues had to be crisp and sharp. And the makers nailed it. The dialogues were not loud and appeared to be forceful, but were simple yet engaging. To mention a few from the film like, ”Apne papa ko mera naam theek se bol, Shivani Shivaji Roy. Ukhaad, ukhaad jo ukhadneka hai. chal re.” ”Toh tu is racket ka baap hai, aawaz se toh baccha lagta hai re”, ”Chuhon ko pakadna ho toh chuha banna padta hai, kutton ko pakadna ho toh kutta, sher ka shikaar karna ho toh sher.” “Kuch karne ke liye kaayde ki nahi … iraade ki zaroorat hoti hai.” Also it was the performances that enhanced the credibility of the dialogues.