Best Dialogues of the Decade

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The Noughties are shortly coming to an end, and what a brilliant decade it has been for Bollywood. The decade was definitely a time of experimentation, the dancing around the trees of the 90’s were waning and more genres were being explored. Of course, these movies wouldn’t be complete without some cracking and memorable dialogues that have been jammed into the filmi lexicon!

1. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001) – “Zindagi mein kuch banna ho, Kuch hasil karna ho, Kuch jeetna ho, To hamesha apne dil ki suno, Aur ager dil se bhi koi jawaab na aaye … To apni aankhein band karke apni Maa aur Baba ka naam lo … Phir dekhna tum her manzil paa sakoge, Her mushkil aasan ho jayegi, Jeet tumhari hogi ….. Sirf tumhari…”

“In life if you want to become something, achieve something, win something, then listen to your heart, and if you don’t get an answer from your heart. Then close your eyes and think of your Mom and Dad…then watch, you will reach every destination, every difficulty will become easy, victory will be yours, only yours.”

One of the most poignant lines from Karan Johar’s magnum epic on family relations, the speech is repeated several times in the film. But it’s the reuniting of brothers Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan that makes the speech hold so much emotional resonance.

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