One might want to argue that our dialogue writers can pull of the deepest sentiments & emotions out of the audiences while portraying what the on-screen character needs to express. Though, a lot of times the use of metaphor seems to make you giggle or go an expressionless Mr.Bean look wanting you to turn to the person sitting next to you with a look that says ‘Ye kya hai?’
Here are some interesting one’s we thought we must highlight:
“Ab sailaab aayega Madan Chopra … sailaab aayega”
It seems that there is a high tide outside, with chances of floods. Dear Madan Chopra,gGhar mein raho vacation is a bad idea.
“Kitne Aadmi The?”
More than inquiry, this did sound like Gabbar doubting on Sambha’s academic qualifications.
Andaz Apna Apna
“Aankhein nikaal kar gotiyan khelunga”
Toh jo aapke paas gotiyan hai uska kya karoge?
“Jali ko aag kehte hai, bhuji ko raakh kehte hai, jis raakh se barood bane use Vishwanath kehte hai”
The defence are putting in efforts to create gun powders, when all they need to do is add a table spoon of Vishwanath to the hand grenade.
“Mere mann ko bhaya main kutta kaat ke khaya”
Carrying forward Dharam Pajis legacy, from khoon as starters soup to main course Dog meat.
“Kanoon ke haath lambe hote hai”
Requesting Kanoon ko maale par se suitcase nikaal kar de, weather is clear Madan Chopra can finally go for a vacation.