There have been many ups & downs in Jodha-Jalal's journeyand we analyse these situations and characters at each stage with greatinterest. JA dialogues have helped us to better analyse and understandour character's nature, their thinking and sometimes the reasons for theiractions.
Whether our reaction is to clap, cry, laugh or praise, these dialogues are specialpart of Jodha-Akbar. This thread putstogether such dialogues that we love and would like to remember fromtime-to-time.
Only few dialogues are included for now (mostly from old episodes)... but pls do share your favourite dialogues and the list will beupdated regularly with your choice and the dialogues from upcoming episodes. Any suggestions to improve this thread are mostwelcome.
We all love our Hindi dramatic movies, especially dialogues, there are many films with great dialogues and many new releases every Friday, but some get cult status and most of the time because of their dialogues. I am sharing some Greatest Bollywood Dialogues used in Hindi movies, these dialogues are just awesome, if I miss some other great dialogues then you can share them in the comments.
The principal photography of Mughal-e-Azam began in the early 1950s, with the exact year being disputed between 1951 and 1953. Asif was accompanied by an extensive crew, which included his assistant directors Khalid Akhtar, Rashid Abbasi and Surinder Kapoor. The cinematography by R. D. Mathur, and the choreography was executed by famed Kathak dancer Lachchu Maharaj, who agreed to be a part of the film after initial reluctance. The film's costume design was undertaken by tailors from Delhi, with specialists from Surat-Khambayat executing the embroidery. In addition, the footwear was ordered from Agra, the jewellery made by goldsmiths in Hyderabad, and the crowns designed in Kolhapur. It was later revealed that Mughal-e-Azam had actually been filmed as a trilingual of Hindi/Urdu, Tamil and English, with each sequence being filmed three times for the dialogues in the three languages. 153554b96e