Quotes From Our Favorite Web Series That We Can Never Let Go Of

Published on 30th Oct 2020 by BlogBuster Editorial Team

With the release of so many high-quality web series, all it takes is one gripping episode to slip into comfy PJs, instantly microwave a bowl of popcorn, and binge-watch an entire season in one sitting! Let’s face it, when the series has you on the edge, one-episode-a-week is impossible!
  
From thrilling plots to intriguing drama to uninterrupted comedy or unimaginable sci-fi, there is a feel-good show from every genre for you to become wholly immersed. And soon, you’re a part of this incredible journey where the sequence of events and the entire story resonates with you on a personal level. Once the show comes to an end, dialogues or quotes stay with you long after the show is over.
Whenever you need some inspiration or just a midday pick me up, look back to some of the best web series quotes that’ll get you through the day.  
 

1. Paatal Lok

“Ye ek nahi teen duniya hai. Sabse upar Swarg Lok, jismein devta rehte hain, bich mein Dharti lok, jismein Aadami rehte hain. Aur sabse niche Paatal lok, jismein keedey rehte hain”
This is one of the best quotes from the web series Paatal Lok. It’s said by Jaideep Ahalwat, an investigative officer by the name of Hathiram Choudhary. It’s an investigative thriller that revolves around Hathiram Choudhary investigating a high-profile which leads him to ‘paatal lok’ and uncovering shocking discoveries. Along with a sharp script, the edgy performances make this show a worthwhile watch.
 

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2. The Family Man

“Ab zinda rehne ke liye bacha hi kya hain”
 
If you’re a fan of this web series, you’ll agree with this dialogue by Manoj Bajpayee is one of the best quotes from a web series. Bajpayee is a middle-class man and a cop who’s the brains that stop a terror attack from happening whilst keeping his family safe. With a little bit of comedy, a dash of drama, and a whole lot of action, once you watch it, you’ll see why it’s won the hearts of millions.
 

The Family Man
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3. Sacred Games

“Yeh duniya kaise shuru hui, apun ko nahin pata, par kaise khatam hoga, maloom hai.”
 
This is one of the most famous dialogues of a web series that’s said by Nawazuddin Siddiqui who plays an infamous gangster alongside Saif Ali Khan, who marks his digital debut with this series. The show is loaded with action-packed performances, brilliant art direction, and a compelling script. Together they pack a powerful punch. The story of this intense crime-thriller revolves around a police officer who’s on a mission to save Mumbai.  

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4. Mirzapur

“Attack me bhi gun, defense me bhi gun, Hum banayenge Mirzapur ko Amrica!”
 
While it’s not easy to pick just one dialogue, this is one of the best web series quotes by Ali Fazal or Guddu in the series. With its on-point punchlines and gripping storyline, it’s one of the many dialogues that’s stuck in the minds of viewers since the first season ended. The plot is about gangsters, guns, deceit, and crime. What you can expect from season one is a lot of dark humour and a pinch of violence. You’ll only have to watch and watch what season two has to offer!   

Mirzapur
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5. Asur

“Peeda se bada shikshak aur koi nahi hai”
 
One of the most iconic tv show quotes that translate to ‘suffering is the greatest teacher.’ A psychological thriller whose storyline intricately weaves together Indian mythology and the world of forensic science. Along with an excellent cast and spellbinding storyline and thought-provoking dialogues like “There’s a difference between a dead body and the dead. The dead can talk” the show won over the hearts of the audience. If you’re looking for some hair-raising, spine-tingling entertainment then this one is just up your sleeve!

Asur
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6. Made In Heaven

“They say, marriages are made in heaven, that they are a sacred union of two souls. But on the ground, the reality is slightly different”
 
If the world of marriages fascinates you, this dialogue by Shashank Arora will instantly draw you to this show. The show revolves around Karan (Arjun Mathur) and Tara (Sobhita Dhulipala) and their wedding planning company that targets the uber-rich of the city. It takes you into a world beyond the glitz and glamour of the wedding industry. By the end, you’ll learn that in a world of facades and filters, it’s important to stay real.  

Made In Heaven
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7. Delhi Crime

“Simple hai yaar, economics hai, amir aur gareeb ke beech ka farak jitna badhega, crime bhi utna hi badhega”
A real-life Indian crime-thriller-drama web series, Delhi Crime is based on the aftermath of the 2012 Delhi gang rape incident. The series has a narrative that may shake your conscience or make you uncomfortable, but it’s a must-watch as it’s told from the perspective of the police and offers a fresh outlook. Plus, the engrossing storytelling enthralling performances keep you on the edge of your seat. 

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