Check out the list of some of the dialogues from TV shows that became viral

From ‘Aapko Kya?’ To ‘Jab Walk Karte Hai’: Popular TV Show Dialogues That Became Viral

There are numerous Indian TV shows that are going on but very few of them are able to make a mark. Along with the story, dialogues are the soul of a show. It can truly make or break a show. Recently, Tejasswi Prakash’s hilarious English accent dialogue ‘jab walk karte hai’ went viral on social media when Janhvi Kapoor gave a hilarious twist to the dialogue. On the other hand, Rupali Ganguly’s ‘aapko kya?’ dialogue also became quite popular. Here we have listed some of the dialogues from TV shows that became viral.

Aapko kya: Rupali Ganguly, who is seen as Anupamaa in the number one Star Plus show said an amazing monologue where she is seen giving a befitting reply to her ex-husband Vanraj. The dialogue was “Main ghoomun, phirun, nachun, gaon, hasun, khelon, bahar jaon, akeli jaon, kisi aur ke saath jaon, jahan jaon, jab jaon, jaise bhi jaon, aapko kya?” This became an instant hit on Instagram. Even Bollywood diva Vidya Balan was seen giving it a try.

Rasode me kon tha: Rupal Patel aka Kokilaben was seen in the show Saath Nibhaana Saathiya. Years after her show went off the air, her dialogue with her daughter-in-law Gopi went viral. In the dialogue, she is seen asking her ‘Rasode me kon tha?” It was recreated by many Instagram influencers.

Such a boring day: Punjab Ki Katrina Shehnaaz Gill rose to fame with the reality show Bigg Boss 13. In a clip, she is seen speaking, “Such a boring day, such a boring people”. A popular musician turned it into a fun song, which went viral on social media.

Jab walk karte hai: Tejasswi Prakash is presently seen in Ekta Kapoor’s fictional show Naagin 6. In the show, she played the role of an NRI and spoke with an English accent. One of her dialogue that went viral on social media was, ‘Jab walk karte hai toh time nahi dekhti aur time dekhkar walk nahi karte”. Janhvi Kapoor gave a hilarious twist to the dialogue on social media.

Hey Maa Mataji: Disha Vakani played the role of Dayaben in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah for many years. Though many of her dialogue and actions became very popular, but her ‘Hey Maa Mataji’ has been the most popular among the masses.

Mai toh thak gayi bhaisaab: Supriya Pathak played the role of Hansa in the popular sitcom Khichadi. She was shown as a very lazy person and her dialogue, ‘Mai toh thak gayi bhaisaab’ had gone viral on social media.

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