Dialogues From Popular Web-series That Are Loved By The Audience

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There are a number of series today that have been doing well with the audiences. Here is a list of five best dialogues from popular series that the people like.

Written By Sania Kader | Mumbai | Updated On:
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A number of people have been binge-watching Hindi web series on the Internet. With a number of platforms emerging, like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, and many more, the audience has been watching a number of popular series online. It is accessible and regularly updated. Shows like Sacred Games, Family Man, and Mirzapur have been doing exceptionally well with the audience. Here are five dialogues from Hindi web series that have left a mark on the audiences.

Five best dialogues from popular series

1.       Kabhi Kabhi Lagta Hai, Apunich Bhagwan Hai (Sacred Games season 1)

This dialogue is by Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who plays the role of Ganesh Gaitonde, a wanted criminal. The actor’s dialogue, "Kabhi Kabhi Lagta Hai, Apunich Bhagwan Hai” was widely used by people. It also went on to become a meme template. The dialogue which translates to, “Sometimes I feel, I am the God” was considered one of the best dialogues of Nawazuddin Siddiqui. You can watch this series on Netflix.

2.       Privacy is a Myth, just like Democracy (The Family Man)

This series was released recently. The following words are said by Manoj Bajpai. The series revolves around the life of a common man who is secretly working as a spy. The dialogue is loved by the fans for its hard-hitting words. The series has been doing well ever since its release.

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3.       Yeh Mumbai hai, yaha ghar ke naam pe kya milta hai? Machis ki dibbi, tilli jaise pade raho iske andar. (The Family Man)

This is again from the Amazon Prime original. This dialogue is loved for its authenticity and raw nature. It manages to hit the right chords. Many dialogues having Mumbai or India mentioned seem to have worked well with the audience.

4.       Shuru majburi mein kiye the…Ab maza aa rahe hain (Mirzapur)

These lines were narrated by Ali Fazal’s character, Guddu Pandit. The line can be applied to many situations. The narration is also one of the reasons why the audience loved the dialogue. The series was a hit among people. It also gave a tough competition to Sacred Games. You can watch Mirzapur on Amazon Prime.

5.       Aham Brahmasmi (Sacred Games season 2)

These Sanskrit words translate to “I am the world.” The two words are widely used by different characters of the show. It was chanted first by Kalki Koechlin’s character Batya. The dialogue gave rise to a number of memes across social media platforms. These words can be seen being used even today.

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