Thoughtful Dialogues From Taapsee And Amitabh Starrer, Badla Will Change Your Perception Towards Daily Life

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Amitabh Bachchan is one of the best actors among the all-time Bollywood actors. One thing that makes his acting even more effective is his impressive dialogue delivery. No one can forget his dialogues from the movie Agneepath wherein he charmed the viewers with his dialogue, ‘Pura naam, Vijay Dinanath Chauhan, baap ka naam, Dinanath Chauhan, maa ka naam, Suhasini Chauhan, gaon Mandwa, umar chhattis saal.’ Or ‘Aaj mere paas bangla hai, gaadi hai, bank balance hai, kya hae tumhare paas?’and ‘Main aaj bhi phenke huye paise nahi uthata’, the very famous dialogues from ‘Deewar’.

In this sequence there are some more dialogues like ‘Tumhara Nam kya Hai Basanti; Sholay’, ‘Muchhe ho to Natthulal ke jaisi; Sharabi’ and many more will live forever. The list is endless and Shahenshah of the Bollywood is still making this list longer than ever with his performances.

Big B’s performances and dialogues are close to our hearts because everyone can relate themselves with these dialogues. The same thing is appearing with the upcoming movie ‘Badla’. The Movie is based on the story of a woman (Taapsee Pannu) who has an extramarital affair and accused of the murder of her lover. While Big B is portraying her counsel who has never lost a legal case in forty years. The dialogues of the movie ‘Badla’ are as impressive as Bachchan Sahab’s legendary movies. The reason why, just after releasing the trailer, dialogues are trending on various social media platforms.

After watching the trailer, we found some interesting dialogues which we should learn in real life too. Here are a few dialogues that if we consider in our daily life, we’ll get a different perception of seeing someone else’s life.

Let’s take a look:

Badla lena sahi nahi hota, par maaf karna bhi hamesha sahi nahi hota

Jo bhi tum bataogi wohi mere liye sach hoga

Kya main wahi 6 dekhu jo tum mujhe dikha rahi ho ya woh 9 jo mujhe dekhna chahiye

Wo moorkh hota hai jo sirf sach ko hi janta hai par sach aur jhoot ka fark nahi janta

 

Sujoy Ghosh the director of the movie looks so happy told the Mumbai Mirror, “My excitement is doubled now that the film is being produced by SRK. I couldn’t have asked for a better team and now it is time for work.”

Do reply to us which one is your favourite dialogue of Big B from Badla.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 13 Feb 2019

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