Vicky Kaushal’s “How’s the Josh” beats Alia Bhatt’s “Dhoptungi”

Bollywood has given us a dreamy world from where we have tons of things to obsess about. There are many catchy phrase dialogues of our favourite actor or the character we loved on the silver screen and we won’t stop obsessing about them. Those phrases will evoke feelings that they should and it will almost bind us to that certain character’s story or emotion.

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Best Dialogue for #BLBestof3

The time has come for #BLBestof 3 and this time it pins down on the best dialogue that the Bollywood had seen in the quarter of the year 2019. There were many films that hit the box office record in the beginning of the year. But only some of them could have some lasting impression on the audience’s tongue with their catchy phrases. There were some dialogues which even after multiple viewing resonated in the minds of the audience. The two top dialogues that went famous crazily among the masses were Alia Bhatt’s “Dhoptungi” in Gully Boy and Vicky Kaushal’s “How’s the Josh” from Uri: The Surgical Strike. These two dialogues were really used a lot among the viewers in many conversations or in their jokes. They remained audience’s entertaining catchy phrases. While we were in a dilemma of which one to choose for better, you made our job easier and simpler. The dialogue that won most of the people’s heart is Vicky Kaushal’s “How’s the Josh” from Uri: The Surgical Strike.

Vicky Kaushal in Uri: The Surgical Strike

The surgical strike film stands for the first bonafide hit in the year 2019 and it managed to bag a very big collection at the box office. The movie got a whopping amount of approximately Rs245 crore. The movie also had a lasting effect on the audience. The patriotism and the catchy phrase “How’s the josh?” hit the chord in the right place for everyone including the Prime Minister Narendra Modi even. Thus, it is obvious enough for the fans to make it win at the poll with 67 percent.

Alia Bhatt in Gully Boy

Zoya Akhtar’s “Gully Boy” has got humongous response. The first time pairing of Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh has seemed to be paid off. It brought many high praises and has a box office collection of Rs 145 crore. But apart from the movie, Ali Bhatt’s dialogue “Mere Boyfriend Ke Saath koi gulu gulu karenga toh dhoptungi hi na usko” have gone viral and it became an official dialogue for every jealous girlfriend out there. The strong-minded dialogue got many crazes among the audience and loads of memes, gifs are made on this. But the dialogue could bag only 33 percent votes from the poll.

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