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Top 10 Dialogs Durable Link to this BLOG
Top 10 Dialogues from Indian Movies
(Transalated to English)

As expected, many people wrote to me about my blog on Why I do not watch Bollywood. I still stand my ground, and to further redicule Bollywood, I am listing below the English translations of some of the most common dialogues from Hindi movies.

  1. "I am going to be the mother of your child"
    ("main tumhaare bachche ki maan banne waali hoon.")
  2. "Lord, I have never asked anything from you till now.."
    ("Bhagwan mainey tumse aaj tak kuch nahin maanga.....")
  3. "Everybody stop taking law into your own hands!"
    ("Rukjao! kanoon ko apne haath mein mat lo")
  4. The villain, about to rape the heroine, "Nobody is going to come here to save your honor"
    ("Yahan teri izzat bachane koi nahi ayega")
  5. "Address me as mother once before I die"
    (" Ek baar mujhe maa kehkar pukaro beta")
  6. "Bodyguard, beat up this guy and throw him out!"
    ("Gurkha, isse dhakke maarke bahar nikaal do")
  7. "Save me from the rapist!"
    ("" Bacchhhhaaaooooooooooo.......")
  8. "Stop the wedding! This cannot happen!"
    (" Thairo! Yeh shaadi nahin ho sakti !")

Ok, I said top 10, but there are only 8. See, I told you Bollywood was shallow. Rearrange the dialogues in different order and you get the storylines of over 250 Hindi movies

(Comments Disabled for Now. Sorry!)First Written: Saturday, October 13, 2001
Last Modified: 10/14/2001

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