It is World Theater Day and radio is a theater of the mind where radio presenters are its performers. The performance, seemingly unrehearsed, requires its own skills to be this effortless. And when it comes to inspiration for being effortless, Bollywood becomes the biggest factor. Here are some iconic Bollywood movie dialogues approved by Radio Olive RJs that bring out every performer’s inner drama.
1.“Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahin … namumkin hai”
First delivered by Amitabh Bachchan and then by Shahrukh Khan, this one brings out the best drama at any time.
2. “Bade bade deshon mein aaisi choti choti baatein … hoti rehti hai”
Every time one has a crisis in life, this is the way people around calms them down.
3. “Tarikh par tarikh, tarikh par tarikh, tarikh par tarikh, tarikh par tarikh milti rahi hai … lekin insaaf nahi mila my lord…mili hai toh sirf yeh Tarikh”
When you keep waiting for your colleagues to go out shopping and they keep postponing it.
4. “Sara shehar mujhe lion ke naam se jaanta hai”
This one is meant for any one around who is not giving you enough credit for your work.
5. “Mogambo khush hua”
Every time someone gives you a good job or the best gossip, this one should be spoken out with fervor.
6. “Joh main bolta hoon woh main karta hoon … joh main nahi bolta woh main definitely karta hoon.”
When spontaneous plans form with friends and you suddenly get the good fortune of joining them from office.
7. “Ek bar joh maine commitment kar di … uske baad toh main khud ki bhi nahi sunta”
Just like Salman’s bad boy character, this one comes out when someone challenges your deadlines.
8. “Rishte mein toh hum tumhare baap lagte hai aur naam hai shehensha”
For that one over-smart friend who just won’t give in to your humor and laugh on your jokes.
9. “Kabhi kabhi kuch jeetne ke liye kuch harna bhi padta hai, aur haar kar jeetnay wale ko baazigar kehte hain”
When you think an idea won’t work with your boss but the listeners approve and give you the best reactions.
10. “Aaj mere paas gaadi hai, bungla hai, paisa hai… tumhare paas kya hai?”
The answer that one gives to this is “Annual leave”, but you love to deliver it all the same.