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10 EPIC Bollywood Dialogues That’ll Make For Really Awesome Dubsmash Videos
 
1.This epic saga about Gupta uncle from the movie Queen.

1.This epic saga about Gupta uncle from the movie Queen.

2.These words of wisdom, which tell us that zindagi badi honi chahiye, lambi nahin!

2.These words of wisdom, which tell us that zindagi badi honi chahiye, lambi nahin!

3. This gem that logically tells you why you should never run after a bus, train or a ladki.

3. This gem that logically tells you why you should never run after a bus, train or a ladki.

4. When you need a little modesty in life, drop this one.

4. When you need a little modesty in life, drop this one.

5. Cooking lessons and life lessons. Yass!

5. Cooking lessons and life lessons. Yass!

6. Because this is like the king of comebacks.

6. Because this is like the king of comebacks.

7. THIS NEVER GETS OLD.

7. THIS NEVER GETS OLD.

 
 
 
 
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