‘We Love you 3000’: 10 Impactful dialogues that we can’t forget

A mixed bag of impactful dialogues that are a part of our daily life

Cinema is an integral part of our lives. Sometimes a film is inspired by someone, and sometimes a film inspires us. Be it 3 Idiot, PK, Spider-Man, it is a never-ending list.  We are so fond of cinema and TV that its essence has reached to our veins. Be it the death of Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame or the kickass dialogue of ‘Guddu Bhaiya’ from Mirzapur, we are sunk in the cinema. Today, content is flooding and we have a lot of options. Films come and go, but some dialogues never lose its essence. We use them without even realising, and that’s the beauty of a well -written dialogue

Here is a list of 10 Impactful dialogues that we can’t forget 

   1.We love you 3000

10 impactful dialogues
I love you 3000

When Iron Man says ‘I Love you 3000’ to his daughter in the recorded message which is played after his death, it brought us tears.  Another famous one is “I am Iron Man”.

Movie- Avengers: Endgame

Said by- Robert Downey Junior

  1. Don  Ko Pakadna Mushkil Hi Nahi, Namumkin Hai
Don Ko Pakadna Mushkil Hi Nahin Namumkin Hai
Don KO Pakadna Mushkil Hi Nahin Namumkin Hai

One of the iconic dialogues in Bollywood. It was delivered several times by Shah Rukh Khan in Don Franchise. The film originally had Amitabh Bachchan in the lead role. It was indeed a blockbuster.

Movie- Don Series

Said by- Shah Rukh Khan

  1. Maarenge Nahin Keh Ke Lenge
Maarenge Nahin Kehke Lenge
Maarenge Nahin Kehke Lenge

Gangs of Wasseypur is a museum of famous dialogues. Manoj Bajpai didn’t just want to kill Ramadhir Singh but he wanted to “Keh Ke Lenge”

Movie- Gangs of Wasseypur

Said by- Manoj Bajpai

  1. I can do this all-day
I can do this all day
I can do this all day

The great captain America said he will not give up and said,  “I can do this all day.” It is the motivation you need to accomplish big things.

Movie- Captain America and Avengers Series

Said by- Chris Evans

  1. I am gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse
I am Gonna make him an offer he cant refuse
I am Gonna make him an offer he cant refuse

It is the most epic and intelligently delivered dialogue ever. The one-liner itself says the class of man who said it.

Movie- The Godfather

Said by – Marlon Brando

  1. Kitne Aadmi The
Kitne Aadmi The
Kitne Aadmi The

One of the most iconic dialogues in the history of Bollywood. Still, we use it to crack jokes.

Movie- Sholay

Said by- Amjad Khan

  1. Mogambo Khus Hua
Mogambo Khus Hua
Mogambo Khus Hua

Not everybody is called Great. There are a few people who become great and one the was Amrish Puri. A versatile actor who gave some evergreen films to India.

Movie- Mr India

Said by – Amrish Puri

  1. Why so serious?
Why so serious
Why so serious

If Mogambo is the greatest villain in Bollywood, then Joker is probably the best antagonist in Hollywood.

Movie- The Dark Knight

Said by – Heath Ledger

  1. Ek Baar Jo Maine Commitment Kar Di Uske Baad to Mai Khud ki Bhi Nahi Sunta
Ek baar Jo maine committment ka di phir mai apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta
Ek baar Jo maine committment ka di phir mai apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta

Salman Khan and his commitment, we all know about it. This went on to become a motivational dialogue. Be it office, exam or the exam of love, people use it to fulfil their commitment

Movie- Wanted

Said by- Salman Khan

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  1. With great power comes great responsibility
10 Impactful dialogues

How could we have missed Spider-Man in the list? After all, it is the first Hollywood film for many 90s kids.

Movie- Spider-Man

Said by – Tobey Maguire

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