7 Iconic Bollywood Dialogues That Celebrate The True Essence Of Motherhood

Bollywood films never fail to win the heart and soul of its audiences by delivering some whistle-worthy dialogues every time. And, when it comes to the role of mothers, Bollywood has always entertained us with so many hit movies that actually acknowledge the role of mothers in our society. From portraying their love by making your favorite food to saving you from your father’s scolds to being their always as pillars of your strength, Bollywood proved that a mother’s DNA comprises of selfless love.

Here are 7 iconic dialogues Bollywood mothers from 7 different movies that will leave their footprints forever in your heart :

Mere Pass gaadi hai, bangla hai..kya hai kya hai tumhare pass? - Mere Paas Maa Hai

This dialogue from the Hindi movie Deewar proves that your mom means the world to you.

Ek Maa Hi Janti Hain Uske Pyaare Laadle Ko Kya Chahiye - Dostana

Before you utter a word, she knows what you want. How? How do our mothers always just know it?

Chot lagti hai na toh aadmi maa maa hi chilata hai sabse pehle - Airlift

Even at a slight scratch on your hand, you utter; “Maa”. Always.

Dekhiye jee, aap mere laal ko aise mat datiye - Hum Aapke Hai Kaun

Well, mothers can never accept the fact that their children can grow old.

Maa ke khane mein jo swaad hai, woh aur kahi nahi - Hum sath sath hai

Salman Khan said it right because no one can beat maa ke hath ka khana.

Jab Ladki Jawan Ho jati hai na..toh maa uski maa nhi rehti…sehli ban jati hai

At times, she might drive you crazy but yes, she is your best friend!

Bhagwaan Har Jagah Nahin Hota Hai, isiliye Toh Usne Maa Banayi Hai

This is what everyone needs to realize that God can’t be everywhere. So, he created mothers.

Don’t forget to pay the due respect and honor that your mother deserves on this Mother’s Day. Acknowledge her unconditional love, her selflessness, and her contribution in making this world complete with Mother’s Day gifts.

And, also tell her that “I love you, Maa.”