Like in our everyday life, there has been enough jokes that have been created on Bollywood, be it on the life of actors and actresses, directors or films. True, there is no denying that Bollywood movies often follow a certain same pattern in almost every movie, the likes romance in almost every movie, at least one so-called item song in the movie, unrealistic scenes of fights or actions, etc. And there are actors and actresses or directors whose typical styles or their real-life story or personality has made people form an opinion about them and become a known-over thing among the people.
Here is a list of interesting Bollywood jokes that will make you have a good laugh. Take a read.
1. Is this one not true that anything is indeed possible in Bollywood?
— Satya (@Satyajeet) October 22, 2015
2. Any Bollywood movie is incomplete without a piece of romance in it!
Bollywood movie genres: Romantic Comedy Romantic Action Romantic Drama Romantic Horror Romantic True Story Romantic Patriotic
— r 👏🏻 j 👏🏻 t 👏🏻 (@Extranaut) November 17, 2013
Bunch of people have been congratulating me on the success of Bollywood film Tiger Zinda Hai. I was confused.
Then I saw this picture.
This is not me.
I don’t think.
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 26, 2017
4. Flopped, every time?
Pic 1 : When u start watching Ashutosh Govarikar’s movie.
Pic 2 : At the end of the movie. pic.twitter.com/6hjccelBtZ
— Thakur Baldev Singh (@HathwalaThakur) October 5, 2015
5. The pride of Bollywood!
Our movie has a strong social message. And an item song.
— AD (@Bollywood_AD) August 5, 2014
6. You nailed it, man.
Hollywood – And the Oscar goes to
Bollywood – And the Sansui Colors Stardust Pan Parag Amba TMT Saria AsliMasaleSachSachMDHMDH Award goes to
— adrak (@ubercoolosis) January 10, 2016
Indian Railways & Bollywood have become horrible for the same reason.
They’re relying on tracks from the ’90s.
— Shridhar V (@iimcomic) September 7, 2017
8. Directors, be careful, next time.
Deepika Padukone height is 1.74m, but Rani Padmavati height was 1.75 m. Bhansali is destroying history so #WeBoycottPadmavati
— Swami (@mohitraj) November 11, 2017
9. Is it true, Bollywood?
Youtube has employed one guy whose job is to comment “I’m from Pakistan but I love this song from India” on every Bollywood Song.
— Aladdin (@Alllahdin) November 4, 2015
Lara: OMG I just swallowed saltwater! Im going to hurl!
Director: Keep acting!
Lara: Oh, the passion! pic.twitter.com/n1XbHkWIBW
— Bollywood Bakwaas (@Bollybakwaas) August 2, 2016
in my car at a signal –
eunuch (seeing a girl next to me)- aayyye hrithik roshan, paise dena
me – yeh meri friend hai
e- aaye jimmy shergil
— Rohith Sundararaman (@rohsun) August 15, 2016
In my understanding the genre of music where Ranbir Kapoor dresses like a homeless person and screams into a microphone is called sufi rock
— Bratticus (@bharatunnithan) October 5, 2016
Hrithik: kyun chalti hai pawan?
Ameesha: differences in air pressure from one location to anotherAdvertisementHrithik (confused af) na tum jano na hum
— Akshar (@AksharPathak) December 29, 2016
14. That’s really hilarious!
A girl’s duppata got stuck in my blazer’s button. I expected something Bollywood but she pulled it so hard that button came off. Kutti.
— ʙʟᴀᴄᴋ ᴘᴀɴᴛʜᴇʀ ❁ (@theBlakePanther) March 4, 2018
15. Why so, Arijit?
Arijit Singh is like Aaloo of Bollywood. Har movie mein thoda thoda daal dete hai.
— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) April 8, 2015
SRK and Salman have put in years of hard work to lower people’s expectation to such a level that anything half decent is cheered immensely.
— dorku (@Dorkstar) April 15, 2016
17. Is this what everyone does who watch his film?
Me looking for Hrithik Roshan’s extra thumb in between scenes pic.twitter.com/Go8te2qgc3
— m (@mahliqaaa) March 29, 2018
18. Sorry, girl, everyone has to.
Sometimes life is just so damn hard – pic.twitter.com/RKII8KOzsH
— Sonali Thakker (@SonaliThakker) April 27, 2016
— Beth Loves Bollywood (@bethlovesbolly) June 22, 2016
20. That we, too, don’t know why.
so why is your dad’s name Jackie? wait, don’t answer that. pic.twitter.com/6FtQTMCjvg
— Cholo Bhature (@nah_im_abdulla) July 29, 2016
21. Interesting, isn’t it?
Raja Babu was Wake Up Sid way before Wake Up Sid was Wake Up Sid.
— Utsav (@Wootsaw) November 22, 2016
there are two kinds of fathers pic.twitter.com/L5XQWWB1w8
— Shilpa Rathnam (@shilparathnam) April 24, 2018
[at Govinda’s restaurant]
Customer: “Waiter, this food has too much chilli in it.”
Waiter: “All right boys, this is what we trained for.”
— I am Steve Rogers (@krazyfrog) December 16, 2016
Aditi Rao Hydari’s face always looks like she’s watching people eat panipuri and no one’s asking her if she wants to eat pic.twitter.com/oZBlMrwGUH
— Bakwas Rider 🏍 (Wear helmet at the back also) (@BakwasRadio) April 5, 2018
2013 : Matru ki Bijli ka Mandola
2018 : Sonu ke Titu ki sweety
2050 : Ramu ke chacha ki bua ke bete ki Dulhan hum le jayenge
— Khushamtweet! (@XitijNanavaty) February 23, 2018
Solo foreign trip.
Bollywood: No-strings attached no holds barred fling with hot fellow Indian.
Reality: Koi mere photo kheech do yaar
— Rameez (@Sychlops) October 11, 2016
Which one do you find most relatable?