#LeadingLadiesOfCinema - The evergreen dialogues that complete Bollywood

Cinema runs in our blood. And we prove that by throwing a filmy dialogue every now and then. However, most of the dialogues we remember today are by a male protagonist. We carried out a social experiment asking people about dialogues by the #LeadingLadiesOfCinema. Check out how they reacted and also read about the dialogues that complete the world of cinema here. 

We asked people to share the most iconic dialogues in cinema! Watch the video to know how the audience feels about the #LeadingLadiesOfCinema

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1. ‘Kyun, hum aapke hain kaun??’ – Madhuri Dixit, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun

We begin with an iconic piece of Hindi cinema and an actress universally loved for her charm and her skills. When Madhuri delivered this line, the entire nation wanted to be her significant other and was truly in love!

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2. “Jin gharon par Allah meherbaan hota hai … wahan betiyan paida hoti hai”- Fiza - Jaya Bachchan

This heavy-hitting dialogue by Jaya Bachchan ensured that having a girl child was no longer a taboo, and people cherished the birth of a girl child in their homes.

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3. Besharam badtameez khudgarz hota hai... par pyar toh aisa hi hota hai

Love is unpredictable, and you don’t need to understand it. This powerful dialogue by Deepika Padukone from ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela’ simply underlines how powerful love is. 

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4. Dosti mein no sorry - no thank you aur cigarette smoking is injurious to health sehat ke liye hanikarak hota hai. - Maine Pyar Kiya - Bhagyashree

Friendship is one of the most beautiful relationships in this world. But, sometimes we unknowingly hurt our friends and feel sorry about that. But, the above dialogue by Bhagyashree in 'Maine Pyar Kiya' set some eternal rules for friendship which should never be broken. 

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5. Chal Dhanno ... aaj teri Basanti ki izzat ka sawaal hai- Sholay- Hema Malini

Ramesh Sippy’s epic, Sholay has quotable dialogues peppered throughout the entire duration of the movie. However, it is perhaps this dialogue by Hema Malini that sticks with us the most!

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6. Premika banna bahut aasan hai ... biwi banna utna hi mushkil hai - Biwi No.1 - Karishma Kapoor

This iconic movie showed the sanskaari bahu and modern biwi, all at once. A dialogue that has stayed fresh in the memory even today highlights the difference between lover and wife!

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7. Aurat zindagi mein ek hi baar, ek hi mard ko apna kehti hai- Baarish – Nutan

Nutan showed us what separates a lady from a woman with this epic dialogue. A woman who held her own against some of the most iconic Bollywood heroes, this phrase uttered by Nutan is the perfect anecdote for her career.

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8. Ek baar mujhe maa kehkar pukaro beta - Deewar - Nirupa Roy

This heartfelt dialogue by Nirupa from the cult classic film Deewar had us all in tears and full of emotion. A truly brilliant delivery that is unforgettable through the ages.

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9. Duniya mein sabse buri aag badle ki aag hoti hai ... chahe woh kisi insaan mein ho ya janwar mein - Nagin - Reena Roy

An epic performance as the ‘Naagin’ was capped by this epic phrase from Reena Roy who is, to this day, known for her role in this movie!

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10. Prem ki aag dono taraf lagi ho toh jalti rehti hai ... varna bhuj jaati hai - Zubeida - Rekha

This dialogue from the timeless Rekha reminds us how much it takes for love to truly work and sums up everything you need to know about the emotion!

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