Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari: 6 Manoj Bajpayee Dialogues We Cannot Get Enough Of!
If the trailer of Diljit Dosanjh and Manoj Bajpayee starrer Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari has made you feel to give it a watch, you don’t have to wait until its TV premiere as ZEEPlex is all set to avail the film for rent from December 4. But before that here are a few dialogues of Manoj Bajpayee that we can’t get enough of.
ZEEPlex is all set to enthral the users of ZEE5 with their next film, Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari, to be available on rent. The comedy-drama features Diljit Dosanjh and Manoj Bajpayee. The trailer of the film suggests that it will be a “tit for tat” story full of hilarious moments and comedy situations. Before you can rent the film, which will be available from December 4th onwards, we would like to talk about 6 Manoj Bajpayee dialogues from the film that will surely give you a moment of a good laugh. Scroll down to take a look.
1.The one who knows everything
After a brief introduction of the lead character Suraj, played by Diljit Dosanjh, we get the glimpse of the villain of his story Mangal, played by Manoj Bajpayee. After establishing the fact that Mangal is a detective, we see him dressed up like a woman. The first dialogue of his character, as heard in the trailer is “Mereko sab pata hai kiska kya kya hmm (I know about everyone’s whereabouts)”. After listening to this dialogue most us have remembered that on aunty from our locality who keeps a keen eye on everyone’s activity.
2.Definition of an ideal Indian woman
Later on, the trailer introduces the female lead of the film, Fatima Sana Sheikh. In the trailer, Mangal also takes pride on her sister’s character and says, “Isse kehte hai sanskaari ladki gharelu bhartiya naari ka asli roop (this is what we called a cultured woman. The true form of an Indian woman.)”. I felt a little bad for Mangal at this point since his idea of an ideal woman is not something his sister fits on. But that is something most of us feel, right?
3.The taunt over Suraj’s profession
If the conversation between Suraj and Mangal shows in the trailer will be the first conversation between the lead, I am pretty sure its gonna be hilarious. The way Manoj’s character made a subtle taunt on Diljit’s character left a smile on my face as he says, “Detective M hai.. Dhoodu wala nahi (I am a detective, not a milkman)”. The stress on “dhoodu wala” is all that makes it funny.
4. A failure within
After hitting success back to back in his wedding detective career, Mangal faced his first failure after he found out about her sister’s love affair. Although the situation might sound little stressful, Mangal’s dialogue, Madhu Mangal Rane jo duniya bhar ki jaasosi karte phirta hai, vo apney hi ghar mai khud ki bhen ka jhooth nahi pakad paaya (Madhu Mangal Rane, who unveils others truth, was not able to catch his own sister’s lies)”.
5. Mangal’s take on relations
The trailer of the film ends on a comical note, as Mangal and his mother were seen talking about the relationship. When his mother opposes finalising a groom for his sister, Mangal comes up with a dialogue, “Rishte aise hi bante hai…achanak patkan”. Well, I find it funny because Mangal is also the same man who invest a lot of time to cross-check if the groom is a good pick from a bride.
6.When cost crossed the revenue
Well, this one particular scene you won’t find in the trailer. As mentioned below, Mangal is a detective, and to do his job perfectly, he often disguises as an old man, a woman and many other characters. When his Kaka, played by Annu Kapoor, handed over the bill of the expenses, Mangal says, “Itney toh kamai nhi hui jitney ka toh bill aa gaya (The cost is surpassing the revenue)”. That’s where I felt like reminding Mangal that he is a detective, but then there was Kaka on the screen to do that for me.