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#Dialoguebaazi: Some funny bones

I can talk English, I can walk English, because Englis is a very phunny language...Bollywood can tickle your funny bone when it wants to. Here are some memorable lines that made us LOL!

brunch Updated: Dec 12, 2014 18:22 IST
Andaz Apna Apna

#Dialoguebaazi: Some funny bones
Bollywood can tickle your funny bone when it wants to. Here are some memorable lines that made us LOL!

Teja main hoon, mark idhar hai

Andaz Apna Apna (1994), dialogues by Rajkumar Santoshi, Dilip Shukla



Raveena Tandon recently tweeted: “Unknown facts... Amir played maximum pranks, Salman did awesome scenes also gave many gaalis, Lolo n I sulked! Raj was in love, producer broke. (sic)”


Moochhein hon to Nathhulalji jaisi hon, warna na hon


Sharabi (1984), dialogues by Kader Khan

Hilarious take on one of his employees, Nathulal’s (Mukri) moustache by the hero Amitabh Bachchan.


Apna to bad luck hi kharaab hai

Rangeela (1995), dialogues by Neeraj Vohra, Sanjay Chhel

After

Rangeela

, Aamir Khan decided to ditch award functions. According to him, his portrayal of the character Munna in the film was unmatched. But the best actor award that year was given to SRK for

DDLJ

(obviously!) So, all Aamir could say was

Apna toh bad luck hi kharaab hai

.


I can talk English, I can walk English because Englis is a very phunny language

Namak Halaal (1982)

Amitabh Bachchan said in an interview that he wrote this particular line on the spur of the moment. The director Prakash Mehra was only too happy to incorporate it.


Main apni favourite hoon


Jab We Met (2007), dialogues by Imtiaz Ali



The director’s first choices for the lead roles were Ayesha Takia and Bobby Deol. Other names for the film were

Punjab Mail

and

Ishq Via Bhatinda

.

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