“Sometimes, Even The Wrong Train Takes Us To The Right Station.” – Lunch Box.
The film “Lunch Box” tells a love story between a young unhappy married woman and an old lonely man. This very line from the film works as a real motivator whenever you aren’t sure where your life is heading. Also, for additional information, just in case you didn’t know, the film, which released in 2013 in India, hit British screens only in 2014. The Lunch Box also won international acclaim and was also screened at Cannes Film Festival in 2013.
“Bachcha Kabil Bano, Kabil … Kamyabi To Sali Jhak Maar Ke Peeche Bhagegi.” – 3 Idiots.
Aamir Khan starrer film 3 Idiots taught us so many lessons. The film acted as a mode for self- awakening. The film’s this inspiration quote surely hit the right chord and woke us up! Apart from this, the film also taught us, was to always do what we love. “Do what you love and you won’t work another day in your life.”
“Babu Mushoy Zindagi Badi Honi Chahiye … Lambi Nahin.” – Anand.
This dialogue from director Hrishikesh Mukhejee’s 1971 film Anand is so so so apt! It doesn’t matter if you have lived a long life unless and until it wasn’t large. So my friend, live your life large, not long.
“Jis Mohabbat Mein Deewangi Na Ho … Woh Mohabbat Hi Nahi.”– Ek Tha Tiger.
Salman Khan starrer film Ek Tha Tiger is one of the best romantic films! Apart from film’s amazing action sequences and story, we also loved this one particular dialogue. After all, love isn’t blind, it’s crazy. It makes us lose our minds.
“Tumhare Paas Joh Hai Tumhare Hisaab Se Kam Hai … Lekin Kisi Doosre Ke Nazar Se Dekho … Toh Tumhare Paas Bahut Kuch Hai.”– Kal Ho Na Ho.
Hear because Shah Rukh Khan the preacher is here! This dialogue from SRK, Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan starrer film Kal Ho Na Ho inspires us to be a better person. It also inspires us to accept the whole “less is more” concept of life.
“Tum Kya Leke Aaye The … Aur Kya Leke Jaoge.”– Agneepath.
2012 Director Karan Malhotra’s 2012 film Agneepath is surely one of the very few best films ever made in Bollywood. This dialogue by Sanjay Dutt in the film is very inspiring. Just when you start feeling greedy about anything at all, re-read this quote.
“Ek Baap Agar Apne Bete Ki Zindagi Ka Pehla Kadam Uthane Mein Uski Madad Kar Sakta Hai … Toh Wahi Beta Apne Baap Ke Aakhri Kadam Uthane Mein Usse Sahara Kyun Nahi De Sakta?” – Baghban.
Salman Khan and Amitabh Bachchan starrer film, Baghban is one inspiring film. The whole story inspired us and made us cry. This particular dialogue from the film itself reminds us of our values and also makes us run towards our parents and give them a tight hug!
“Kabhi Kabhi Jeetne Ke Liye Kuch Haarna Bhi Parta Hai … Aur Haar Kar Jeetne Waale Ko Baazigar Kehte Hai.” – Baazigar.
Yes, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer film Baazigar did spook us, but we’ll be lying if we said that this particular dialogue from the film was not used by us at a point in our lives. All of us at one or other point in our lives, have survived a defeat in a competition with the help of this quote!
“Main Udna Chahta Hoon, Daudna Chahta Hoon, Girna Bhi Chahta Hoon … Bus Rukna Nahi Chahta.”– Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.
Directed by Ayan Mukherji, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara is loved by many of us. There are a lot of lines in the films that hit us in the right place, this particular dialogue is just one of those. This dialogue by Ranbir Kapoor inspired us to not just stick around at on place, doing something we don’t even love and rather get out, run, fly and explore.
“Zindagi Jeene Ke Do Hi Tarike Hote Hai, Ek Jo Ho Raha Hai Hone Do, Bardaasht Karte Jao, Ya Phir Zimmedari Uthao Use Badalne Ki.” – Rang De Basanti.
Aamir Khan starrer film Rang De Basanti is a emotional journey of inspiration. There are a lot of fantastic quotes in the film that are mindblowing, but this one’s our favourite. This dialogue inspires us to either sit quiet and not complain or either get up and bring the change.
“Kabhi Kisi Ko Itna Bhi Mat Darao Ki Darr Hi Khatam Ho Jaaye.” – Mary Kom.
Priyanka Chopra surely did a stunning job in this film. This dialogue by the actress is so hard hitting and totally inspiring. Priyanka Chopra played the lead character in this biopic. The film essays the picture of Mary Kom‘s struggle to follow her dreams and be a boxer. It traces the journey of the celebrated Indian sports person, from training to falling in love, getting married, having two kids and pursuing her boxing dreams.
“Insaan Ko Dibbe Mein Sirf Tab Hona Chahiye … Jab Woh Mar Chuka Ho.” – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
Directed by Zoya Akhtar, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara The film which tells a story of three longtime friends who set out on a road trip together. In this trip, the three conquer their fears. This dialogue was delivered by Katrina Kaif and it just rightly says the one should never be in a box and limit him or herself.
What is art? Art is about expressing oneself or finding yourself in it. Music, drama, writing… Films, all of these things are different forms of art. Films are not only made to entertain ourselves and earn millions at the Box Office. Well some films are, but there are also some Bollywood films that are made to express, touch our lives and change us in one way or the other. Their stories, their actions and their dialogues, they have inspired us so many times and they still continue to do so. We have learned a number of lessons from these films as we have grown up watching them. Today, we bring you list of 12 dialogues that have had such an amazing impact on us, that they inspired us in different stages of our lives. If you are feeling blue and need a little motivation today, go through the list. We are sure, you’ll find just what you are looking for. Take a look!
Thanks to Business of Cinema.