Bollywood’s famous Half-logues


Hindi Films and bollywood has given as many dialogues, most of which have turned out as near-proverbs. Apart from these there are so many others, which are not dialogues as such, because they don’t make a complete sentence. But they all have become a part of our modern day lingo. My post is attempting to pay tribute to these, what I call half-louges and their writers.

  • Mere Karan Arjun aayenge… Rakhi in the movie Karan Arjun
  • Main aa gaya hu maa… any movie, popular dialogue
  • Zhakaas… Anil Kapoor in some movie, I forgot the name.
  • Bhai waah… from Hum aapke hai kaun, Ajit Wachchani
  • Kya huuan… in a typical nasal tone by Laxmikant Berde, again Hum Aapke Hai Kaun.
  • Kutte… any Dharmendra movie.
  • Thoda Khao Thoda Pheko… eternal dialogue fromJaane bhi do yaaro
  • Chal Chal, aage nikal… Salman Khan in Judwaa
  • Yahoo… from Junglee, every one knows its Shammi Kapoor
  • Aao! and furrrr!… from DDLJ
  • Jaani… the legendary dialogue from Raj Kumar in Tiranga.
  • Chal dhanno… Hema Malini from Shole, but I guess most guys use this for their bikes 🙂
  • Aye Saala… Mithun Da, I don’t know which movie.
  • Bole to… ye apun ka Munnbhai ka dialogue hai re.

Alright, I can remember only these as of now. Feel free to add some more in the comments section. I will incorporate it in the post.

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2 thoughts on “Bollywood’s famous Half-logues

  1. Hi,
    Thoda Khao Thoda Pheko… eternal dialogue from Salaam Bombay … isn’t this from Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro … when Naseeruddin Shah is trying to pass some cake to Ravi Baswani at Satish Shah’s (Commissioner D’Mello’s) house?

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