11 Dialogues From Swades About India, Patriotism & Change

Over the years, Shahrukh Khan has worked in a number of memorable movies including DDLJ, Chak De, Devdas and Om Shanti Om. However, a movie that stands out amongst all these movies is Swades. Produced and directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, this movie follows the story of Mohan Bhargava who is a scientist with NASA who happens to visit his ancestral village in Uttar Pradesh and discovers a new purpose in life. Hailed as one of the best Bollywood movies ever, the script of the movie along with the performances and powerful dialogues were absolutely loved by the audiences.

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We bring you some of the best dialogues from Swades

1. Main nahi manta hamara desh duniya ka sabse mahaan desh hai. Lekin yeh zaroor manta hoon ki hum mein kabliyat hai, taqat hai, apne desh ko mahaan banane ki – Swades

2. Mann se Raavan jo nikale…Ram uske mann mein hai – Swades

3. Hum sab ek doosre ko dosh de rahe hai… jab ki sachchai yeh hai ki … hum sab hi doshi hai – Swades

4. Jo kabhi nahi jati, usi ko jaati kehte hain… – Swades

5. Mere aansuon ka swad… Mere mann ka namak hi samajhta hai – Swades

6. Apne hi paani mein pighal jaana barf ka muqaddar hota hai – Swades

7. Mod Galat Nahi Hotey, Insaan Galat Hotey Hain… – Swades

8. Apni chaukhat ka diya… Giving light to neighbor’s house – Swades

9. You know what you are going to lose, I know what I am going to gain! – Swades

10. Jab bhi hum muqabale mein dabne lagte hain, toh hum ek hi cheez ka aadhaar lete hain – Sanskar, Parampara… – Swades

11. Hum aapas mein ladte rehte hain, jab hamein ladna chahiye ashiksha ke khilaaf, badhti hui aabadi, bhrashtachaar ke khilaaf. Yahan jaati ke aadhar pe bhed bhav ho rahein hain. Dalit Brahmin ko dosh deta hai, zamindar kisaan ko dosh deta hai par unka hak nahin deta. Phir hum mahaan kaise hue? – Swades

 

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Which of these dialogues from Swades is your favorite?

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