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Tuesday, May 18, 2004

Saw Munnabhai M.B.B.S. for the umpteenth time on Saturday night. That film always amazes me. Brilliant screenplay by Abbas Tyrewala and fantastic acting by everyone.

Quote some lines from the film.

Sunil Dutt at the railway station:
"Yeh is Desh ki janta hai. Koi apni biwi se lad kar aaya hai, kisiko naukri ki chinta hai, koi apne padosi ki tarakki se jalta hai, kisike bachhe uska kehna nahin maante, sarkar ke bhrasttachaar se lekar cricket team ki haar tak, sab pareshaan hai"

Munnabhai (Sanjay Dutt): "Woh aadmi bahar mar raha hota hai to usko form bharna zaroori hai kya?"

Circuit (Arshad Warsi): "Bhai yeh room to shuru hote hi khatm ho jaata hai" :-)) Reminds me of my room in Bangalore!

Munnabhai: Ae Circuit, ek body chahiye
Circuit: Bhai, imported maal chalega!

Bawaji (Dr. Rustom Pavri's Dad): Dikra, Carrom rumvaanu, juice pivano, majjani life! :-)
(Parsi, Gujarati - Son, Play Carrom, drink juice, enjoy life!)

Munnabhai: "Maqsoodbhai, aapko thankyou bolneka hai!" (When Munnabhai gives the hospital sweeper, a Jaado ki Jhappi!)

and the ubiquitous (ever-present) Bole to...