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Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood that are actually nothing but utter Bullshit

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Published on 25 July 2018 11:59 AM GMT

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What’s Bollywood without romantic ( read cheesy ) dialogues ? They claim to depict ‘real love’ which is impractical and senseless in real life. They have cult status for whatever reason and today we will be discussing why they are utterly stupid. Here are Ten Romantic Dialogues from Bollywood.

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“Hum ek baar jeete hain, ek baar marte hain, shaadi bhi ek baar hoti hain... aur pyar bhi ek baar hi hota hai.” :

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

This is really bullshit considering the fact that Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan) married Anjali (Kajol) after she became hot and all. How shallow !

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“Pyaar dosti hai. Agar woh meri sab se achchi dost nahin ban sakti, to main usse kabhi pyar kar hi nahi sakta.":

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

He was best friends with Anjali and was very attracted to Tina ( Rani Mukherjee ). He himself prove that you don’t have to be in platonic relationship before getting into romantic one.

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“Jab koi pyaar mein hota hai toh koi sahi galat nahi hota.”:

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

This justifies crazy things people sometimes do in love, like stalking, groping , slashing wrists and what not. Utterly nonsense.

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“Kahin naa kahin, koi naa koi mere liye banaya gaya hai.”:

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

Life is not all about finding the one. Please focus on goals and live your life.

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“Agar woh mujhse pyaar karti hai toh paltegi.”:

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

Come on, give us break already.

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“Main tumhe bhool jaon yeh ho nahi sakta... aur tum mujhe bhool jao yeh main hone nahi doonga.”:

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

This is not the best thing to say to your ex or partner This is plain threatening. There’s something called ‘ consent’. Google it.

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“Mohabbat ka naam aaj bhi mohabbat hai, yeh na kabhi badli hai aur na kabhi badlegi.”:

Ten Romantic dialogues from Bollywood

This straight away comes from cheese shops. Every word of this line is coated with cheese.

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“Tumhare jaisi ladkiyan flirting ke liye nahi, ishq ke liye bani hai.”:

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Why do men have to categorize women like that ? Women don’t need men who put them into boxes.

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“Sachchi mohabbat zindagi mein sirf ek baar hoti hai... aur jab hoti hai... toh koi bhagwan yah khuda usse nakamyab nahi hone deta.”:

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There’s no one definition of true love. You can fall in love again and again.

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“Mujhe yakeen hai ki mein sirf isliye janma hoon ki tumse pyar kar sakun. Tum sirf isliye, ki ek din meri ban jaon.”:

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You are born to fall in love ? Seriously ? What about other things like goals and ambition ?

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