2019 Recap: 5 Viral Dialogues Of The Year Which Bound To Pump Up Our Spirits

Leela Adwani |Dec 31, 2019

Today, let’s take a look at the list of the most viral and inspiring dialogues of 2019.

After watching a film every one usually chooses for themselves their own favorite movie lines. If a movie, fortunately, becomes a hit, some iconic dialogues from the film may go viral also. The fact is that dialogues always leave a lasting impact on the audiences’ minds and 2019 is a year of blockbusters, so it stands to the reason that it’s also a year of a dose of interesting dialogues.

From Murad Ahmed (Ranveer Singh)’s Apna Time Aayega in film Gully Boy to Major Vihaan Singh Shergill (Vicky Kaushal)’s How’s The Josh in film Uri: The Surgical Strike, these Bollywood superhits not just entertained the viewers with the interesting narrative, top-notch performance but also rememberable one-liners.

Today, let’s take a look at the list of the most viral and inspiring dialogues of 2019.

“Apna Time Aayega” in Gully Boy

Even though Gully Boy failed to top the list of highest-grossing films of the year, the filmmakers succeeded in creating viral dialogues. And Ranveer’s line “Apna Time Aayega" (our time will come) soon turned out to be a catchphrase of many people after the film’s release.

It now also becomes on the lips of many youngsters who trust in themselves to make it big like Murad (Ranveer Singh’s character). The film was based on the true stories of two underground rappers Divine and Naezy. Also starring Bollywood sweetheart Alia Bhatt, Gully Boy was chosen to be India’s entry for Oscars though couldn’t make it to top five.

“How’s The Josh?” in Uri: The Surgical Strike

Vicky Kaushal-starrer film was one of the biggest hits of 2019. There was one line that later became a popular cheer in any school and office, even PM Narendra Modi used it in his speech, it was none other than “How’s the josh?”

Lead character Major Vihaan (Played by Vicky) uses it when he asks his team before a mission, the soldiers then reply, “High, Sir!”

“Prayaas aur safalta ke beech main ek hi number ka farak hota hai” (There’s only a one-mark difference between an attempt and success) in Super 30

Super 30

Hrithik Roshan scored a great triumph in the year 2019 when delivering two back-to-back box office hits including War and Super 30. While War brings the audiences the impeccable action performances, Super 30 is a collection of inspiring dialogues. Even though the film was about the education theme, its narrative was so interesting that the viewers didn’t want to miss any scene. Hrithik stepped into a mathematician named Anand Kumar’s shoes and every year, he selects 30 underprivileged students to tutor them for an entrance exam called IIT.

“Yeh sher boodha zaroor ho gaya hai … lekin shikaar karna nahi” (This lion may have become old.. but he hasn’t forgotten how to hunt) in Bharat

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Source: DNA India

Salman Khan-starrer Bharat is a straight answer for those who said: “The Khans era ends”.  Salman has never disappointed us with his out-of-the-box choices of film. Other than being an indispensable part of the year’s highest grossers list, the film also delivered a lot of powerful dialogues.

“Doosron se haarke loser kehlane se kahin zyada bura hai … khud se haarke loser kehlana” (Being called a loser after losing to others is better than … being called a loser after losing to yourself) in Chhichhore


Sushant Singh Rajput & Shraddha Kapoor-starrer Chhichhore was also considered a successful film of the year. It revolves around the leading characters telling their stories during college time.


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