Relive South Asian Cinema’s Iconic Moments This Global Movie Day With ZEE5 Global

Movies and their dialogues often get imprinted on us long after we have left the theater or watched the last scene. It is these dialogues that we often go back to during moments of happiness and sadness.  South Asian cinema, in particular, is well known for its iconic dialogues. Be it a hero making his grand entry or a heroine proclaiming her love, they are celebrated for being catchy and quick-witted. This Global Movie Day as we celebrate movies and their magic, here’s a look at eight iconic dialogues from South Asian films that will put a smile on your face. The titles are currently streaming on ZEE5 Global.


“Paanankaana vilobhainani sopte na sonta unna”

(I have your friendship which is more precious than my life)

Chup: Revenge of the Artist 

“Zinda feel karne ke liye Cinema chahiye.”

(We need cinema to feel alive)

Uri: The Surgical Strike 

“How’s the josh?” High Sir!

(How’s the spirit? High Sir!)


“Joh deto traas, tyancha mi gheto class…”

(Whoever will trouble me, I’ll teach them a lesson)


“Tu Pune Ka Naya Bhai Hai, 

Main Pahle Se Hindustan Ka Bhai Hoon.”

(You’re the new Don of Pune but I’ve always been the Big brother of our nation – India)

Maine Pyar Kiya 

“Dosti ka ek usool hai madam – no sorry, no thank you” 

(There is a principle of friendship madam – no sorry, no thank you)


“The key to an easy track is a steady track, chalte rahenge to thakaan mehsus nahin hogi.”

(The key to an easy track is a steady track, you will not feel tired if you keep on walking.)

 Janhit Mein Jaari

“Aap Ungali Uthaoo, Main Awaaz Uthaungi”

(Raise your finger, I’ll raise my concerns!)

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