Raj & DK, the names synonymous with some of the best Indian screenwriting, have worked their magic yet again with the trending Netflix series – Guns and Gulaabs. This show is just as quirky and happening as it sounds, pulling you in right from the get-go with its amazing storytelling, cinematography, and chemistry between the actors. The cherry on top was provided by the collaboration of the Raj & DK duo with the writer and standup comedian – Suman Kumar. Of course, as a result, this dark comedy series treats us with back-to-back punchlines that, qasam paida karne wale ki, you will love. Yes, this is a punchline too.
If you still haven’t watched Guns and Gulaabs, here are some of the best dialogues from Guns and Gulaabs that make you want to travel to the Gulaabganj ki paavan dharti as soon as you have finished reading this. (Gulaabganj is the show’s fictional town and paavan, its irony.)
8 Most Iconic And Best Dialogues From Guns and Gulaabs
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Humari zindagi mein itna bada toofan aagya or aap ab tak kya apni maiya ki mayyat mana rhe the?
It is believed that the ‘evil ones’ of any show have the best dialogues from Guns and Gulaabs. The mix of sarcasm in their speech and the cunningness of their tone is lovely.
“Is mahine mei kitne din hain? 30 ya 31?”
“Dekho, apko ek din extra bhi mil gya. Lucky!”
Also, this show is full of people who have some degree of evilness in them. Probably, that is what makes the entire series so much better. Here a guy threatens another person with life if the given work isn’t finished by the month’s end – and then goes on to call him lucky because the month has one extra day.
Dushman ho aaj se tum mere. Dushman ka bhala sochu itna bhala insaan bhi nahi hun mai.
Yes, we are humans after all! Not angels. Guns and Gulaabs has child actors too who deliver their parts with such innocence that we can’t help but go – awwwww!
Khana, paani, sir pe chhat, bistar, kapde, gaane, sab toh hai. Baaki khaali haath aaye the khaali haath hi toh jana hai.
That is what we are supposed to say when someone is trying to bribe us to favour their bad intentions. We love the truth bombs this series drops on us from time to time.
Do chamat maar deta. Jaan se maarna zaroori tha kya? Kisi Haseena ko seene se laga k ghoomne ki umar mei ek laash ko seene se laga k ghoom raha hun.
Okay, Guns and Gulaabs has set the benchmark. If we do not have friends like these, we don’t want them at all. Friends who rightfully reprimand but also help you get out of the deepest and darkest ditches you have jumped into.
Ye sa*** angrez log bhi pta nahi kya kya bolte hain.
We all feel that sometimes when listening to English songs, don’t we? And we surely needed this validation, thank you.
Keep reading to find out the last two punchlines on our list of best dialogues from Guns and Gulaabs!
Musibat ko bulawa mat dijiye, khushi khushi daan kijiye.
Jokes aside, if all the needy people in our superstition-riddled country used such creative lines to ask for money – we would have a more economically balanced society. Just saying.
Kehte hain har insaan ke andar ek shaitaan hota h. Or qasam paida karne wale ki, us shaitaan ko andar hi rehna chahiye.
But if not, we get a storyline like Guns and Gulaabs. And we are not complaining!
This was our list of best dialogues from Guns and Gulaabs – the Netflix hit series! If you haven’t yet watched this trending 7-episode show yet, this is your cue to drop everything and visit the town of Gulaabganj – virtually, of course!