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Fiction – Iconic Bollywood dialogues that Indian cricketers would utter

Iconic Bollywood dialogues that Indian cricketers would utter

What makes a Bollywood film worth watching? Is it only the acting? Or the songs for every mood? Well, they surely are factors behind every movie’s success but there is another thing without which Bollywood films are not Bollywood films, and that is its dialogues. Over the years, Bollywood has gifted its followers with some iconic dialogues that are still favourites after many years. As always, my over-thinking mind has landed up with ideas of dialogues which can be said by a few modern Indian cricketers. Tell me if you have your own views or any such fun ideas and add to the list in the comment box below.

To start with, it is our very own Big B- arguably the most iconic Bollywood actor. And who can forget his famous dialogue-

“ Naam, Vijay Deenanath Chauhan, baap ka naam, Deenanath Chauhan!”

And guess who gets the privilege to say this epic piece? Mr. Stuart Binny ! So,

“ Naam, Stuart Binny, baap ka naam Roger Binny!” , eh?

If we are talking about Amitabh Bachchan, we can’t do with one single dialogue can we? So here is another dialogue that most probably Amit Mishra can do justice to-

“I CAN TALK ENGLISH, I CAN WALK ENGLISH, I CAN RUN ENGLISH… BECAUSE ENGLISH IS A VERY PHUNNY LANGUAGE”

But there is one person who replied even to this legend in the movie Deewar. Well, Murali Vijay and Dinesh Karthik are heard to be good friends until things went bitter regarding Dinesh’s first and Murali’s current wife Nikita. So don’t you guys see this conversation happen?

Dinesh : AAJ MERE PAAS GAADI HAI, BUNGLA HAI, PAISA HAI… TUMHARE PAAS KYA HAI?

Murali: MERE PAAS, MERE PAAS… NIKITA HAI…

Then came Sunny Deol, with his ‘Dhai kilo ka hath’ that uproots ‘Hand-pumps’ and more signature lines, like this one which we can assume the players expecting a comeback in the team might utter with correct expressions-

” REH JAAYEGI TO SIRF TARIKH…AUR YAHI HOTA RAHA HAI ME LORD…TARIKH PE TARIKH. TARIKH PE TARIKH…TARIKH PE TARIKH AUR TARIKH PE TARIKH MILTI RAHI HAI…LEKIN INSAAF NAHI MILA ME LORD INSAAF NAHI MILA…MILI HAI TO SIRF YE TARIKH.”

And, how can we forget Salman Khan if we are talking dialogues? Don’t you think Rohit Sharma might have said something quite similar before hitting that 264?

“EK BAAR JO MAINE COMMITMENT KAR DI, TO APNE AAP KI BHI NAHI SUNTA”

We hope, the awesome dialogue writers of Bollywood keep on entertaining us as well as our beloved players like they have done forever.

*Note: This is a work of fiction for humour, and should be taken in the same spirit 

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