Bollywood Tongue Twister Dialogues:
Bollywood is all about interesting characters and dialogues that stay with the audience for the rest of their lives. Who can forget Gabbar Singh and his famous dialogue “Kitne aadmi the” from the movie Sholay or Crime master GoGo from the movie Andaaz Apna Apna and so on and so forth. And then there are the Bollywood tongue twister dialogues that have the world going gaga over.
“Kachcha Papad Pakka Papad” is one of the most used tongue twisters in Bollywood. The dialogue was used in the Amitabh Bachchan starrer Yaarana. Like Amitabh says it’s the easiest way to improve your verbal skills.
“Kachcha Papad Pakka Papad” was used ceremoniously by the actor Shahid Kapoor in his film Chance Pe Dance. A tongue twister that still manages to trick one and all.
This Tongue twister dialogue from the movie “Housefull” was delivered with ease by Riteish Deshmukh. Try this to get the ball rolling.
3. Heyy Babyy
The film Heyy Babyy had Riteish Deshmukh mouthing the names of 27 medicines in a single shot was a tongue twister with a twist.
4. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
The movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham had Hrithik Roshan sing the tongue twister “Chandu ke chacha ne chandu ki chichi ko” tongue twister with ease.
The movie Fanaa had many tongue twisters that kept the audience chanting and wanting for more.
The movie Judgementall hai Kya had some of the most amazing number of tongue twisters. Starting from “Kacha papad, paka papad”; “Pakke ped pr paka papita, paka ped ya paka papita”; “Kuch unth uncha kuch peeth unchi kuch unche unth ki peeth unchi”; “Tawjho samjh samjhna bhi ek samjh hai, Samjh samjh ke jo na samjhe, Woh meri samjh mei na samjh hai”; “Daali daali pr nazar daali, Kisine achi daali kisine buri daali, Jis daali pr maine nazar daali, Woh daali kisine kaat daali.” Now that is what is called the Bollywood tongue twister blockbuster.
7. Kapoor and Sons
Last but not the least the movie Kapoor and Sons had Alia Bhatt trying her best with a tongue twister that will have you in splits.
These Bollywood tongue twister dialogues are part of our language. And they can be quite dangerous and addictive too. Don’t believe me then repeat after me…. Dubey Dubai mein doob gaya, Dubey Dubai mein doob gaya…… happy tongue-twisting after all.