From 90s kid knowing that bade bade deshon mein chhoti chhoti baatein hoti rehti hain, to Gen Z reciting main udna chahta hun, daudna chahta hun, girna bhi chahta hoon, bus rukna nahi chahta, dialogues have always taken on a life of their own, sometimes becoming even more popular than the film itself.
So here's a look at the dialogues that defined these famous Indian web series.
1. TVF Pitchers
Tu beer hai, tera kaam hai behna. You are beer.
2. Sacred Games
Kabhi kabhi lagta hai apun hi Bhagwan hai.
Chacha... Oh Bho**diwale Chacha?... Chacha, ho gaya bas. Thoda rest kar lijiye, varna rest in peace ho jaenge.
Admittedly, "Shuru majburi mein kiye the…Ab maza aa raha hai" is also a good contender for the dialogue that defined this web series.
4. The Family Man
Just for this show, we have to pick two separate dialogues, one from each season.
Privacy is a myth, just like democracy.
Don't be a minimum guy.
Gajab kharab vyavastha hai yaar...
6. Paatal Lok
If a man likes dogs, he is a good man. If a dog likes a man, he is a good man.
Kabhi kabhi baat galat ya sahi ki nahi hoti. Galat aur kam galat ki hoti hai.
8. Made in Heaven
I am not going to pay anyone to marry me.
9. Kota Factory
Bachhe Kota se nikal jaate hain. Kota saalon tak bacchon se nahi nikalta.
12. Scam 1992
Risk hai toh ishq hai.
Mehnat koi nahi dekhta hai, log aayenge, failure ka Medal dalenge, aur bolenge, sincere nahi tha na toh nahi kar paya.
14. Delhi Crime
Simple hai yaar, economics hai, amir aur gareeb ke beech ka farak jitna badhega, crime bhi utna hi badhega.
15. Special Ops
Darr achha hota hai, dimag aur paaon, dono sahi jagah rakhta hai.
Mummy phir se wahi bana diye, aalu dalke peele chawal... Tehri nahi disappointment bolte hai usse!
17. Bombay Begums
I want you to know that you don't have to do anything to please a boy.
18. TVF Tripling
Baba, you're beautiful.
Essentially, it gifted us the term baba, as a form of endearment, for everyone and anyone you love.
Did your favourite dialogue make it to the list? Let us know in the comments section below.