Only a couple of days until the film 'Kill Dil' releases. Another one added to the list of Yash Raj Films, this promises us action and romance. The only thing that caught us in the trailer is Govinda's evil laugh at the end of the video, a different version of Shahid's unexplainable laughter in the trailer of 'Haider'. So if you try and pay attention to the rest of the trailer, you'll know that this is all set to give you gangster action and majnu romance, like a 'deja vu' of movies like 'Gunday'. Thank heavens that YRF shared a series of 'Killer Dialogues' from the film so we get clear warnings before deciding on watching this film. So would you go watch 'Kill Dil'? Get scrolling and decide for yourself.
A 'LOL' text from the girl he loves gets him so excited; but he doesn't even know what 'LOL' means! This tells us that 'Kill Dill' will present to us the much loved formula of a low class guy falling for a high class girl.
So this is when the high class girl finally accepts the fact that she is in love with him and kisses him. A 'na na kartey pyaar tumhi se kar baithe' situation. Again, this is something filmy hearts love.
Here's a clever one, 'Hum log MAARketing karte hai, har ek 'Target' ko pura kartey hai'. Humour is always welcomed and we hope for more of this from 'Kill Dil'. I think we've had enough of dhamki-filled dialogues with an ultra-aggressive expression in gangster flicks.
If you're a big fan of lame jokes, this one might just tickle your funny bone, if not then be prepared for a WTF expression on your face. So what do you call a girl who pushes her father off the terrace??
We love how this comparison between 'Mungphalis' and 'Girls' gave birth to this dialogue. Such analogies really Kill our Dil. 'Gangster bhai log aur aise dialogue ke bina life kitni aasan hoti..'. See even we can make them..
So they both love bullets, something in common there. Romantic, no?
So much 'Dum' coming from a clean-shaven and metro-sexual Ranveer!
Using an old Salman Khan dialogue to come up with another dialogue! Wow that's some killer skills..
And concluding these series of 'Killer Dialogues', we really hope for a surprise when we watch 'Kill Dil'. Surprise we said, not the kind of shock we suffered from after watching 'Daawat-e-Ishq'.