Monday, May 01, 2006

Filmi Ishtyle ;)

There are some words which become an indispensible part of your speech. What is the prime source of such words? ... Movies :)

Parents would be surprised when I would utter "Eh item, kya kar reli hai?";) or I would land up complementing someone "Chikne aaj ekdam jhakaas lag rahela hai, bole toh chaka-chak". Would step out of the house uttering "Adieus... amigos" or saying "I'll be back." Leaving? "Let's get outta here!"

Greet a friend by "Laleti Jaan" "Oye Puttar" "Ki haal hai Kakke"? Ask me who I'am ... "...Bond. James Bond." or shrug it off by "Abbe teri toh". Bidding farewell "Hasta la vista, baby."

Flirtuous as it could get "Meine tumhe pehle kahin dekha hai" yaa fir "aapki aankhon mein kho jaate hai hum". Someone tries to go overboard "Tumhe pataa hai na ki tum bilkul paagal ho" or "Tumhari akal toh thikaane pe hai na?" or a lil abusive "Pen de takke", "kharcha paani doo kya", "Tapka dalega tereko ... khallas kar dalega". The cheesiest words "Aati kya khandaala?" Or if it really wasnt intentional but still spoken, "Kaataan laga" :-P

Thinking about something pensively & someone gives a solution, "I thought so" or if I cant brood over it further then goes "Fuh-get about it!" or something very naive but still cant grasp "Bade bade deshon mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hai" :-P A grave mistake happens and I go "Ohhh Mmmmyyyyy Gggodddd...!" If I come out successful "Perfection ko improve karna mushkil hai". ;) or shud I put it this way... "I'm the king of the world!"

Trying to be motivational "Never Say Never". Dont worry son "Victory is ours!"

And finally the words uttered incessantly, completely impossible to edit them off my speech "Jhakaas...!", "Aiylaa...!" & "Oye Teri...!"

Rest is "for me to know and you to keep guessing..."

p.s. Feel free to add more to the list


Blogger Vikas said...

To me all these slangs represent Mumbai-ites and there bhrust language ...tch tch .. :P

toh aati kya khandala? ;)

3:28 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SumEDh said...

"tu kabhi nahi sudhrega naa??" (DCH)
"aayla...juhi chawla!!!" (AAA)
"aaya hoon...kuch leke hi jaaonga" (AAA)

and lately...I hv been bugged by
"koi bhi desh perfect nahi hota...usse perfect banaya jaata hain" (RDB)

although this cant be used in everyday lingo...but still!!!

"pehn de takke" and "oye teri..." and "aayla" have been an integral part of my lingo as well

not to forget...
"hamare khayalat kitne milte julte hain" ;) (which kinda fits well to end this)

7:15 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@Vikas: At 6:28a.m. u can think of cursing mumbai-ites & using those cheese words. The reply: "tu kabhi nahi sudhrega naa??" :-P

@sumedh: "hamare khayalat kitne milte julte hain" ... this statement does deserve a "aayla...juhi chawla!!!" ;)

8:00 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SumEDh said...

chya maila... tu kaun??? :))

adding some more:
"chance pe dance" (jhankaas beats)

"pretty please with sugar on top" (PF)

9:54 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger Vikas said...

tu kabhi nahi sudhrega naa??" aayla yeh toh meri maa ka dialog hai :P ..
6:28am kya karein, majdur hai subah subah kaam par jana hota hai
this reminds me "kaam hi meri pooja hai, pooja hi mera kaam hai"...and this further
reminds me of this cuty Pooja I once knew *me off to the dreamland* :P

phurrr (AAA)

What movies are DCH (Dil Chahta hai??) and PF ?

10:09 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@Sumedh: How cud I forget "Pretty please with butter and cheese" ;)

@Vikas: Pooja ... aur nahi koi dooja ;)
PF = Pulp Fiction
DCH = Dil Chahta Hai

10:13 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger mtalpz said...

this is hilarious..
adding a few more:
Kutte! Kamine ! ....."
"Tera kya hoga Kaliyaa?"
""Mogambo Khush Hua""
and the madhuri dialogue????/ frm HAHK..aahoo ahoo..(cough cough) :P

11:26 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SumEDh said...

ye DCH nahi jaaaaaaanta!!! (ye PSPO nahi jaanta style ;))

aur pooja pe to aur ek hain...
koi pooja vooja se pyaar nahi hua tujhe... meri baat maan, aaj pooja...kal koi dooja!!! (again DCH)

11:28 AM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@mtalpz: Have used these dialogues also a lot of times! :)
"Saali! Kutti! Kamini! Kulta!" was also a famous one ;)

@sumedh: U betcha... thats wat struck me too... Yeh DCH nahi jaanta

12:06 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger purvins said...

yaar ye to mast blog hai!!!

main aisa he hoon!! by Ajay Devgan

tumahar naam kya hai Basanti!! (don't need to specify which film it belongs to )

5:38 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SumEDh said...

@alps, @sal: tch tch tch!!!
aise online forums mein kitni gaaliyaan dete ho.

"ye tumhe shobha nahi deta" (mus hv been in 1000's of movies)

8:00 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger Kaushal said...

"Rest is for me to know and you to guess..."

this one is original....;)

Btw, 'Kutte main tera khoon pee jaaongaa...'

8:57 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger Swaminathans said...

Life without these slangs will be dull ! We need them. Some of the other Mumbai's fav slangs are:
kaiko tension leneka
kya bhidu log
teri maa ki ! (used for swearing, friendly surprise, shock, threat),
dimaak ka dai, bheja fry,
patli galli se vatak varna kaan ke neechey doonga !

chalo bhai log, ab apun khisaktaa varna apni kal exam mein lag jayegi :))

9:34 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@sumedh: Aisa sunane ke pehle mere kaan kyun nahi fat gaye :-P

@kaushal: U betcha! ;)

@swaminathans: hee haw haw...!
Hataa saawan ki ghataa, hawaa aane de ;)
Btw, G'luck for ur exam tomo :)

9:52 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger Vivek said...

nice one ..some good ones from just one movie ! -----
gogo master:ankhein nikaal ke gotian khailon ga!
salman khan:happy birthday rabbit!
bhalay:smaart boy!
Amir: Jhakaas !
gogo master:ye teja teja kiya hai ?ye teja teja..
salman:Gogo jee, aap kaa ghaagra !!!
Salman:Saala mai bhi pheku aur ye bhi pheku!

Bhalla: sir, ye lijiye, vasco da game ki gun...!
Teja:kiske mama ki gun??

aamirkhan: ap ka plan hi ghalat hai ap ne baap ko kidnapped kia aur beti se paisey maangey ap ko beti ko kidnapped karna chaiye tha ap ka plan hi ghalat hai

11:16 PM, May 02, 2006  
Blogger SOO-BEER said...

"tujhe kya lagta hai?"

"pitega sala!"


12:38 AM, May 03, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Chandramuki ho ya Paro, ki pharak penda hai yaaro" :-)

12:52 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger Vikas said...

"bhaiyon aur unki behno" .. maaf kijiye ki hum PSPO (urf. DCH) nahi jaante the...DDLJ is where this acronym thing started and where it ended for me :P

something I use quite often "... because Inglish is a berry phunny language" ... not the full dialog just that part!

and Saloni something you have already heard (rather read) from me "Angrez chale gaye lekin angrezi chod gaye" :P

8:14 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@vivek: Do u say all those as a part of ur regular speech? I haven't heard u say all of 'em. But they r gr8 ones from AAA ;)

@soo-beer: Nautanki Saala ;)

@anonymous: isssshhhhh

@vikas: DCH nahi jaanta ... tch tch tch...! ;)
Yup, read that one quite a few times... seems aapko angrezi se nafrat hai. Read ur 1st comment above: Its suppose to be 'their' & not 'there' :-P

9:24 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger SumEDh said...

@vikas: "abe behn hogi teri..." :)

and a "read leave" somewhere wud hv been good...nahi to, galat matlab nikal aata hain tere last sentence ka :)

9:27 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger Vikas said...

abhi tak record DCH par atka hua hai :P

As I said before ..english is a berry phunny language...their - there/than - then...phurr !!

and you had to post it back [:X]..I saw that after posting the comment.. and thought 'Samajhdaar ko ishara hi kaafi hota hai' ..I am sure this has been used as a ghisa pitta dialog number of times :P

9:43 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger Vikas said...

@sumedh - "abe behn hogi teri..." lol .. :D

..had to read the sentence 3 times, even did a Ctrl+F for the word 'leave' and then realized what you meant! .. yup - always been skeptical about using some hindi word while writing in english and this is certainly one of them!

9:51 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@sumedh: haha... this is getting funny ;)

@Vikas: Never forget to write chod (read leave) wen u post a comment on my blog!... or simply write chor Play it safe :-P

10:05 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger Praveer said...

tum log itna sa topic pe kitna discuss kyun kar rahe hai. dekha jaaye toh, bade bade deshon mein, aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hai

11:39 AM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger Swaminathans said...

Some of the common Hindi film dialogues:
1) Kaanoon ke haath lambey hote hai....... note: what about other body parts of Kaanoon??
2) Meee lord, ise sakt se sakt sazaa honi chaiye
3) Order Order
4) Arrey shaadi se pehle hum ek baat kehna bhool hi gaye ! Dahej ka kya hua bhai?
5) I loooooooovvve you................SLAP !

3:23 PM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger Swaminathans said...

** In case agar apun topic se digress ho reliya hai, to apun ko maaf karde bawa !

3:29 PM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@praveer: I agree, lagta hai dono ko work pe kaam nahi hai :-P

@swaminathans: Yup, both u & @vivek did digress... but its okie.
Aane de ;)

11:59 PM, May 03, 2006  
Blogger kavin said...

some more lines to add...if u remember which aamirs friends tell him.."Ram Ram chotte Sarkar.." its really cool how they say it... also from the same movie...Top Gear Sanju Top gear..during the bike race..
aamir in Ghulam"dus dus kya aapun so so(100) ki daudega"..also all the lines from AAA are fundoo....

12:23 PM, May 04, 2006  
Anonymous K. said...

Hey Sallad,
I havent commented on any of your blogs but after reading this blog, just can`t stop myself...some of my contributions...
1.)Bhangi nakhu, todi naakhu, bhuko kari nakhi...(Salman says this very cutely man)
2.)Apne sanjubaba, in filmfare when he goes up the stage to take the award " A tum sab log, thank you".(with his stupid hand gestures)
3.)Agar maa ka dudh(milk)peya hai to bahara nikaal, kutte.....(most yekkkiest dialogue)
4.)Hata savan ki gattaa..
If any of these are repeated, I am sorry, 28 comments padhneko bore hooraha tha......
Keep pouring innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.

2:51 PM, May 04, 2006  
Blogger Inkblot said...

i'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse...(the godfather)

9:02 PM, May 05, 2006  
Blogger SAL said...

@Kavin, @ Kanan: Those r gr8 dialogues... but I'm talking abt the dialogues which become a part & parcel of our daily lingo

@inkblot: Have used that one :)

12:54 AM, May 06, 2006  
Blogger -~nim-leo~- said...

jagmag dhinchak!!!

3:04 PM, May 10, 2006  

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