11 Utterly Romantic Bollywood Dialogues

Bollywood Romantic Dialogues

Bollywood has time and again been our savior and Dialogue Writers have been our source of new viral and utterly romantic dialogues. Had Bollywood not churned out such romantic lines, how would have lovers mouthed the ultimate confession of their love? It has been since the History of Cinema that films have been looked up to, to lip romantic interludes to your beloved. Who wouldn’t like some Bollywood style romance in their lives? And given the Bollywood fanatics we all are it also becomes an inherent part of our lives to cheekily imbibe filmy dialogues in our daily lives.

Listed below are a few Eternal Love Liners from Bollywood Films, that help all souls in expressing their love to their loved ones!

1.Film: Om Shaanti Om (2007)

“Kitni shiddat se maine tumhe paane ki koshish ki hai, ki har zarre ne mujhe tumse milane ki koshish ki hai. Kehte hain agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaaho, toh poori kaynath tumhein usse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hai…”
Well! Yes of course this is Indian version of what even Paulo Coelho wrote in his novel later in 2008. But these lines help you pour your heart out.

2.Film: Aradhana (1969)

“Ek chhota sa zakhm bahut gehra daag ban sakta hai. Aur ek chhoti si mulaqat jeevan bhar ka saath ban sakti hai.”
So true! Isn’t it? How one meeting with a stranger turn into the most beautiful thing that has ever happened to you, is summed up in these two lines!

3.Film: Awarapan (2007)

“Ek awaaz hai joh mere kano mein goonjti rehti hai … ek chehra hai joh meri aankhon ke samne baar baar aa jata hai … mere dil ka sukoon thi woh”

Want to express the restlessness you feel when in love? Then try mouthing these lines. It will surely help in letting your person of interest know about your feelings for him/her.

4.Film: Fanaa (2006)

“Humse door jaoge kaise, dil se hum mein bhulaoge kaise, hum woh khushboo hai joh saason mein bastein hai, khud ki saason ko rok paoge kaise?”

And for those who are certain that their loved ones can’t live without their sheer presence, Aamir Khan teaches all to speak those lines.

5.Film: Silsila (1981)

“Main aur meri tanhayi, aksar yeh baatein karte hai .Tum hoti toh kaisa hota … tum yeh kehti, tum woh kehti, tum is baat pe hairaan hoti, tum us baat pe kitni hasti … tum hoti toh aaisa hota, tum hoti toh waisa hota … main aur meri tanhayi, aksar yeh baatein karte hai”

If shayari is your style, then make sure, you tell it to your beloved, that she/he means the world to you and you can’t get enough of thinking about them.

6.Film: Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012)

“Teri aankhon ki namkeen mastiyan … teri hasi ki beparwah gustakhiyan … teri zulfon ki lehrati angdaiyan … nahi bhoolunga main … jab tak hai jaan, jab tak hai jaan”

Love till eternity? So these are the lines you should surely say out loud and make their hearts melt with love.

7.Film: Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013)

“Agar tum mujhe yun hi dekhte rahoge … to mujhe tumse pyar ho jayega firse!”

The coming-of-age romance needs a coming of age line. So

8.Film: Dil Toh Pagal Hai (1997)

“Kahin na kahin, koi na koi mere liye banaya gaya hai … aur kabhi na kabhi main usse zaroor milongi”
All the Single Ladies! This one’s for you! Don’t lose hope.

9.Mohabbatien (2000)

“To kya hua, agar woh tumse pyaar nahi karti. Tumne usse pyaar karne se pehle yeh shart to nahi rakhi thi, ki woh bhi tumse pyaar kare. Pyaar mein shartein nahi hoti, kewal pyaar hota hai. Beintehaa pyaar.”

And this is for the one-sided lovers. Don’t worry and just love with all your heart.

10.Film: Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)

“Chahane aur hasil karne mein bahut fark hai…pyar sirf haasil karneka naam nahin…pyar dene ka naam hai.”
True love means giving your all to the one you love. This one is heart-touching and when you’d say it to you beau, they are bound to melt.

11.Film: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

“Aisa pehli baar hua hai satrah athrah saalon mein
andekha anjaanaa koi aane lagaa khayalo mein
aankho ki khidaki par ik saayaa saa lehraataa hai
dil ke darwaje par koi dastak dekar jaataa hai
gehri gehri kaali aankhe mujhse mujhko poochhati hain
haatho ki rekhao mein ik chehra saa ban jaataa hai
uski saanse resham jaise gaalo ko chhu jaati hain
uske haatho ki khushbu hai ab tak mere baalo mein
Aisa pehli baar hua hai satrah adrah saalon mein
andekha anjaanaa koi aane lagaa khayalo mein.”
Those who believe in soliloquy, these lines will surely depict your state of mind.

So this Valentine’s Day, propose your cherished one with Bollywood Dialogues and go filmy!

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