6 Double Meaning Dialogues From Bollywood Movies Only For Those With A Naughty Mind

5:44 pm 23 May, 2018


We know your naughty mind can’t hold its horses when it read the words that are double meaning. Undoubtedly Bollywood songs or dialogues which have double meaning never fails to tickle our funny bone. And it is not just ‘A’ listed movies, in regular commercial movies too, there are those dialogues that will either give you a good laugh or make you blush.

1. Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania




This romantic comedy features Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt. Released in 2014, it quickly became a box office hit. Though shunned as being misogynistic and racist by the critics, there are some dialogues in the movie that will make you chuckle.

2. Gangs Of Wasseypur



Both part one and part two of the movie are filled with abundant double meaning dialogues. If you are a little brave check out the song ‘Hunter’ from this movie that starts with the line ‘I am a hunter and she wants to see my gun.’ Do we need to say anything more!

3. Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai



This gangster movie hit the screen in 2010 claiming positive review from both audience and critics. Though a full-on action film, there are double meaning dialogues that will go over your head if you have a clean mind.

4. 3 Idiots



This is one of the most popular stories in Bollywood. Depicting the story of three friends, it’s filled with such scenes that will make you laugh out loud. One such is the dialogue from the speech given by a character named ‘Chatur.’ In fact, the entire speech is filled with sexual innuendo.

5. Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela



A spin-off of the classic tale of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ this movie terribly failed to provide anything new. However, it gained popularity due to its bold scenes and double meaning dialogues.

6. Gunda




This 1998 action film is so cheesy and pathetic, that watching it is almost fun. With over-the-top acting and ‘rhyming’ dialogues it will offer you with plenty of chuckles.

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