Gambling is not just limited for the Hollywood and the American film industry. It is also a favourite part of the Hindi or the Bollywood film industry. Movies like the Blackjack 21 and more have inspired professional gamblers for ages now and are also have been an active source of learning the moves and tactics for beginners. Bollywood is another platform that implemented the gambling genre in their movies. There are many popular movies like Teen Patti, Jannat and gambler. They have hooked gambling lovers to their seats.
The storyline and the cinematography are essential aspects of any blockbuster movies. In addition to those, dialogues also play a crucial role. If you cannot understand what the actors are saying, if there is no synchronization and effect of what the actors are trying to depict, then there is no soul to even the most beautiful movies. Some of these popular casino-based movies in Bollywood are popular for their dialogues. In this article, we’ve made a list of the most famous dialogues from the popular gambling-based movies. Check them out!
Dilouge : ” Kabhi kabhi jeetne ke liye kuch haarna bhi padta hai … aur haar kar jeetne waale ko baazigar kehte hai”
Meaning: Many times, you have to lose to win something … and the one who wins even in a losing position is a gambler.
Dilouge: “Jua mein hamesha jeetkar hi nahi … kabhi kabhi haarkar bhi zyada paisa kamaya ja sakta hai”
Meaning: Sometimes in gambling, you not only make money by winning, but also by losing
Movie: Kuch Khatti kuch meethi
Dilouge: Jua woh nasha hai … joh ek baar jeete toh insaan ko vapas kheench laata hai
Meaning: Gambling is that intoxication that brings a person back after winning for the first time.
Dialogue: Tum hamesha jeetne waale ghodhe par hi paisa lagate ho … aur main jis ghodhe par paisa lagata hoon … usse jeetna hi padta hai
Meaning: You always bet on the winning horse, but the horse I bet on, has to win.
Movie: Men at work
Dialogue: Jua khelne ka mazaa tab aata hai … jab samne waale ka luck mazboot ho
Meaning: Gambling is fun when the opponent’s luck is extreme
Dialogue: Champion bhi ikka tab nikalta hai jab saamne badshah hota hai
Meaning: A champion shows his Ace, only when there is a king in the game.
Movie: Street Dancer
Dialogue: Chakke sab ka Saath Nahin dete
Meaning: Luck does not favour everyone
Dialogue: Joker jiska Hua … baazi uski
Meaning: Whoever has the joker, wins the game.
Dilouge: Shakaal ke haath mein jitne patte hote hai … utne hi patte uski aasteen mein bhi hote hai
Meaning: The number of cards Shakaal has in his hands … that many cards he has under his sleeve