Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani has been one of my favourite films till date. It talks about love, life, ambition, passion and family in a way that most millennials will agree with. The film has been loved and appreciated by many due to its cast, story and most of all some powerpack dialogues that we tend to use in our daily lives too.
Here is a list of some of the most loved and popular romantic dialogues that will take you back in time and make you feel as if you are watching the movie all over again.
Ranbir's character (Bunny) in the film was very dedicated and career oriented. Bunny was the kind of guy who always knew what he wanted in his life, and this dialogue perfectly describes his vision.
Now, everyone must have a friend like Avi aka Aditya Roy Kapur on their friend list. We have always seen him backing up Bunny, and no one can ever doubt a friend like him.
The beauty of a relationship which involves two individuals who are completely different from one another was highlighted in these lines.
You must live life to the fullest, and this character is the best teacher to teach you this lesson.
Bunny teaches us how we must value timing and what is its importance in life.
We all must smile often and never pity on our state of being.
Who thought that we all live a monotonous life until this character said this dialogue? It is definitely an epiphanic realisation for all of us.
Before it gets too late, you must confess your feelings and never let the person you love go away from your life.
Memories have that magic in them and we all must cherish them.
If only he had a heart.
Life must have some tadka and only then we are going to realise the importance of simplicity.
When Aditi realised she was in love, and this time the person she loved, loved her back.
And these windows take us to the places that we never imagined.
This is his way of telling her that she is beautiful.
We all must live in the moment and never crib about things that we have missed out.
Lastly, let us all be grateful towards life and Ayan Mukerji for creating such a beautiful film which is going to stay with us for years to come.
Poster credits: Arpit Soni
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