Have you ever found yourself in a local train with situations that demand dialogues? You my friend need to watch 'Sarfarosh'. Dialogues like 'Mere pass maa hai' and 'Mogambo Khush Hua' are no good here as we show you how to use dialogues from this movie in local trains like a boss!
Situation#1: When someone offers you a seat in a jam packed Virar local:
'Main apne mulk ko apna ghar samajhta hoon'
Say this instead of your usual 'Thank you haan', and express the feeling of brother hood in this country when someone makes you feel at home in the trains. Even if it means you're sandwiched between two crying babies sitting on their mothers lap and an aunty eating her leftovers from her lunch box.
Situation#2: When someone doesn't let you occupy the 4th seat.
'Tum jaise log dushman hote hain sari insaaniyat ke'
Caution: Say this only if you're ready with 50 more dialogues to say in the fight that will follow after saying this out loud.
Situation#3: When you want people to move aside so you can breathe
'Hamare ghav bahut gehre hai ... woh itni aasani se nahin bharne waale'
If 'hain??' is the next thing you hear after saying this, you may want to improvise on some fictional body aches or injuries you may have. This MIGHT help you get some space to breathe IF they decide to pity you and move aside.
Situation#4: When you're out of come-backs after getting into a fight (verbal)
'Ek baar zabaan dene ke baad agar kal ko kuch ho gaya na ... toh main teri zabaan kheench loonga ... phir tu kisiko jaan toh de payega, lekin zabaan nahi de payega'
Before saying this you have to practice it well before you leave home; this will act as your pepper spray in sticky situations (well, literally). After you say this in full confidence, your opponent will get lost in thoughts trying to make sense of what you just said and you can escape.
Situation#5: When your friend brings a fussy friend along.
'Aapke mehmaan hai toh hum inke kadardaan hai'
This dialogue actually means that 'because you're a guest, I appreciate your presence'. Dedicate this dialogue to the motorman, appreciating his efforts of getting you to your destination on time every day. Life without him would mean staring at the rickshaw meter every second of the way, calculating how empty your wallet gets through each pothole on the way. The entire crowd in the Virar local is like his guest, so say this expressing how you put up with the others just to appreciate his efforts.