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Published on 04 Apr 2013 | over 3 years ago

A collection of some of the most iconic and memorable dialogues in the history of Hindi cinema. Over it's 100 years of existence Bollywood has established a filmmaking style of it's own, giving as much importance to monologues and music as plot development. Like others, the audience of Hindi cinema too has their own set of movielines which went on to become quite iconic in their own rights. This is a collection of over 100 of such dialogues.

I'm sorry for the uneven audio levels. My attempts to correct audio levels left a mediocre result, so I decided against it.

Clips from "Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai" and "Barfi!" were "sent for a spin" because of copyright claims by respective copyright owners. Even after my repeated attempts to convince them that the use of these clips fall under fair-use as per Indian copyright laws, they didn't respond positively and the video was blocked several times. They left the video alone only after I distorted the two clips. I am thankful to them and other content owners who let this video stay on YouTube as it is now.

I was greatly influenced by this awesome video by Liquid Generation titled "100 Best Movie Lines in 200 Seconds": www.youtube.com/watch

The rules followed for making this video:
1. Divided into 4 sections based on timeline: Pre-1960's (The Golden Age), 1970's to earlier 1980's, later 1980's to 1990's and post-2000. This is not strictly followed.
2. Inclusion of all major genres.
3. Inclusion of all major screenwriters.
4. Inclusion of all major actors.
5. Only 1 dialogue from a film, to make the list more diverse.

More info on Hindi cinema: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bollywood

The audio clip at 0:43 is from the song "Hawa Hawai", composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal, remixed by Mikey McCleary for the film Shaitan. © T series.

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