Many a time, there are dialogues in movies which create an impact for the movie as well for the society. There are many dialogues in films which touch our heart and soul. They leave us in awe. They say things which people always try to preach but are never able to say it so simply. There are many dialogues on the movie which have not just spoken highly of love or the character of the movie but have also drawn a comparison between religions that how all of us are one and the same message of love and peace is preached in all religions.
Here are a few dialogues which spoke for the whole human race and the superficial concepts made by us humans. These dialogues project that how we have created a divide between ourselves on the basis of religion, gender, pride etc.
“ yeh sach hai ki har haram ne ek rang chun liya hai, par rang ka toh koyi dharam nahi hota. Haan kabhi kabhi insaan ka mann kala zaroor ho jata hai jo usse rang mein bhi dharam dihkta hai.”
People tend to associate certain colours with a certain religion and even end up hating certain colours because of the religion associated with it. This dialogue slams such beliefs of unnecessary hatred among people. The biggest religion is humanity and one should always care about their fellow human beings.
“har dharam mohabbat sihkata hai, par mohbbat ka toh koyi dharam nahi hota, who khud apne aap mein dharam hai.”
In today’s world where people are still brutally killed by their own families for the honour. This dialogue made all of us think twice. It made us realize that all religions preach the same thing of love and peace. However, we mould it in our ways. This dialogue raises many questions for the society. It asks a very vital question that Mastani was simply ill-treated because she was a Muslim princess?
The same situation would have happened if a Muslim king would have married a Hindu princess. Were the lives of the women’s had no value and were simply treated or ill-treated by their in-laws on the basis of their religion though every religion preaches everyone to love each other.
“aap husme humari zindagi maang lete hum aapko khushi khushi de dete par aapne toh humse humara guroor cheeen liya”
This dialogue expresses selfless love. It depicts the condition of women. The way women were and still are conditioned to sacrifice everything for their husband. Kashi bai, the wife of Baji Rao, was deeply hurt by the fact that he had remarried again. However, she always did everything which did not show her hurt in the society. This dialogue beautifully explains that how a woman’s pride is everything to her. Baji Rao hurts Kashi bai’s pride by getting married. She claims that she would have even given her life for him if he had asked for because she loved him so dearly but he rather took away her pride….
“jab dewaron se zyada doori dilon mein ho jaye, toh chahat nahi tikti.”
This dialogue beautifully explains human psychology. It projects the idea that one should always openly talk about their problems one to one rather than involving other people in it. The more people you add the more the situation deteriorates. This could be even seen in the movie. Mother of Baji Rao had a problem with him getting married to Mastani. However, rather than just simply going and talking to her son about it she involved so many people into it which resulted in the whole chaos and finally in the death of both the loved birds Baji Rao and Mastani.
“patni toh radha bhi nahi thi, lekin naam Krishna unhi ke saath liya jata hai.”
This dialogue slams the society where people judge people for falling in love. The religion itself professes that you can love anyone. Krishna, a God from Hindu religion, fell in love with Radha and always loved her dearly. This shows the concept of unconditional love where people are not tied down by titles or by societal norms.