Rishi Kapoor is more than just a super star. As the legendary actor celebrates his 62nd birthday today, we at ClapsnSlaps decided to give a little tribute to his undying talent for acting and entertaining us through the decades! Here are few of the Rishi Kapoor's onscreen dialogues that could actually be used for everyday situations.
If you've just been dumped -
Use this dialogue if you don't have words to say after you've been dumped by your lover. This dialogue will definitely make them think twice and look back at the good times.
(Kindly note: This dialogue doesn't guarantee them coming back for you. Well, it depends if you say it as well as Rishi Kapoor did...)
'Har ishq ka ek waqt hota hai ... woh hamara waqt nahi tha ... par iska yeh matlab nahi ki woh ishq nahi tha' (-Jab Tak Hai Jaan)
When you adopt a pet-
Because the iccha's and khwaish's of actual people can be near impossible to live up to sometimes..
'Jee karta hai ... tumhari har khwaish, har ichcha ko apna maqsad bana loon'(-Damini)'
Bidding farewell to a friend-
Good-byes can be tough and many of us get overwhelmed with feelings suddenly showing up like Poonam Pandey after every sports match. This Dialogue can be of some help if you intend avoiding the situation.
'Jaane se pehle, ek aakhri baar milna kyun zaroori hota hai?'(-Love Aaj Kal)
At a job interview-
If the interviewer asks you the most important question -'What do you expect from this job?', this is exactly what you should say.
'Behisaab power ya beshumar paisa ... in dono mein se mujhe ek toh chahiye'(-Aurangzeb)
If your lover gives 'Candy Crush' more attention than you-
You can use this dialogue initially, until you give up and get fixated to the game yourself!
'Tu saath hokar bhi saath nahi hoti ... ab toh rahat mein bhi rahat nahi hoti' (-Jab Tak Hai Jaan)
When you receive your salary
Many blow up most of their salary in excitement as soon as they receive it (2 hours in a fancy mall and it's all gone), only to realize that tough times are ahead. Saying this dialogue may help. Saving up is a challenge and Rishi Kapoor's dialogues are ready to help!
'Hum aaj joh faisla karte hai ... wahi hamare kal ka faisla karega (-Fanaa)'
Dumping your girlfriend/boyfriend for someone new-
It's a shock to see a relationship today without the 'It's complicated' tag nowadays. If you're one of those who want to break free from your complicated other, after realizing your love for someone new, here's the explanation you should give.
Kindly note: (Again, this might just backfire if you can't say it as well as Rishi Kapoor did. Use at your own risk)
'Kabhi kabhi barso saath rehne ke baad bhi koi rishta nahi banta, koi pehchaan nahi banti ... aur kabhi kabhi ek hi mulaqat mein aaisa lagta hai, jaise ki barso se jaante ho..' (-Damini)
To the ultra skinny (malnourished) -
There's a difference in being fit and meaninglessly losing weight. To those who need a little help..
'Lagta hai dieting tumne shuru ki thi ... band karna bhool gaye' (-Housefull 2)
For the Mumbaikar's and the Delhiites-
Both Mumbai and Delhi folks seem to be very proud of where they come from and these dialogues help express just that!
'Hum Delhi waale mulk ke saath saath ... dil pe bhi hukumat karna jaante hai' (-Chandni)
'Yeh mulk toh meri maa hai ... aur Mumbai shehar meri mashooka' (-D-Day)
When 'Humshakals' makes more sense than your boss-
There are times when you wish certain people (your boss) didn't exist. You can go ahead and use this dialogue.
Warning: This dialogue is subject to job-loss risk.
'You have piles in your brains' (-Housefull 2)
So tell us now, which of these dialogues will you use? Comment below and let us know..