10 Iconic Dialogues of Paresh Rawal

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Dialogues of Paresh Rawal

 

Paresh Rawal, the maestro of Indian cinema, has captivated audiences with his exceptional acting prowess and impeccable dialogue delivery. With a career spanning decades, Rawal has left an indelible mark with his memorable performances and unforgettable dialogues. Here’s a nostalgic walk through some of his most iconic lines that have become etched in Bollywood’s hall of fame.

1: Utha le re baba, utha le… mereko nahi re, in dono ko utha le – Hera Pheri (2000)

This classic comedy hit struck gold with Rawal’s character Baburao Ganpatrao Apte. His quirky and oft-repeated line still resonates with fans, becoming a catchphrase that defines his role.

2: Teja main hoon, mark idhar hai – Andaz Apna Apna (1994)

Rawal’s versatility shone through in this cult comedy as Teja, exhibiting his impeccable comedic timing with this memorable line.

3: “Wo Mast Tel me fry karke kha gya” – Hera Pheri (2000)

His impeccable delivery of this exasperated dialogue showcased his ability to evoke laughter even in the most chaotic situations.

4: “Ram-Ram! Patni hai ki Panauti hai”-Hungama

In the intense drama “Hungama,” Rawal’s,who lives in a village with his wife Anjali Tiwari (Shoma Anand) and retains the mannerisms of a villager despite his riches, decides to spend a few weeks in the city.

5: Ek bar mera Deemag Garam ho gya na.. To thandha fatafat ho jata hai – Awara Paagal Deewana

‘Manilal” idiosyncrasies and unique style of expression made this line an instant hit, weaving humor effortlessly into everyday conversations.

6: “Kutriya Sala, Dekh ke number dial kiya kar!- Hera Feri

In the comedy “Hera Feri,” Rawal’s character “Babu rao Ganpat” delivered this amusing line, showcasing his knack for portraying relatable yet comical characters.

7: “Sachchi baat hoti hai na wo Sharab se bhi jyada Kadwi hoti hai -Ohh My God!

One of the best movie “Ohh My God” continued to bring memorable lines through Rawal’s character, Kanji Lal, delivering this comedic gem.

8: “Kauwa kitna bhi washing Machine me nha le Bagula nhi ho jata”- Hungama

In this thought-provoking film, Rawal’s character Radhe Shyam Tiwari challenges societal norms with this impactful dialogue, touching upon religious beliefs and faith.

9: “Chalish saal ki shaadi suda Zindagi ke bad, Bhagwan…. Pati,Patni ko sirf goli mar skta hai siti nhi”-Golmal

Rawal’s versatility extends to various genres, with his remarkable comic timing evident in this popular line from the comedy film “Golmal.”

10:”Aap Logon ko Upar wale ne Bheja to Bheja lekin Bheje me Bheja hi nhi Bheja”-Ready

In the biographical film “Ready,” Paresh Rawal as “Baali”delivered this poignant dialogue, showcasing his ability to portray serious roles with gravitas.

Conclusion:

Paresh Rawal’s dialogues are celebrated for their versatility, humour, and impact. This blog aims to highlight some of the most memorable lines that have left an enduring imprint on Bollywood and in the hearts of movie enthusiasts.