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Divyendu Sharma's most memorable dialogues from movies, web shows

Whether in the role of Liquid from Pyaar Ka Punchnama or Munna Tripathi from Mirzapur, Divyendu Sharma has given the viewers some memorable dialogues which are now popular memes.https://i.imgur.com/WbgVwMK.png

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Last Updated: 11.49 AM, Apr 06, 2021

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Divyendu Sharma's most memorable dialogues from movies, web shows

While Munna Tripathi announced, "Hindi philam ke hero hai hum; humein koi nahi maar sakta, hum amar hai," the dialogue applies to Divyendu Sharma in real life.

The actor, who has been around the Hindi film industry for over a decade now, has no intention of stopping anytime soon.

Sharma, who trained to become an actor at Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), has come a long way from being recognized as 'Liquid' from Pyaar Ka Punchnama, to remaining 'amar' in Mirzapur as Tripathi Jr.

With every film, Sharma has given the audiences punchlines which are etched into their memories.

Here are a few of them...

Kutton ka koi Sunday nahi hota, kutte saaton din kutte hi hote hai: Pyaar Ka Punchnama

Sharma perfectly depicted the slavery that Indian employees face while working for an International agency (here, US agency). In the role of Liquid, he often vent out his frustration that comes with the job at a US call centre, having to work overtime, without any leaves. The dialogue was used when Liquid's friend Vikrant reminded him that it was Sunday, when the former was dressed to go and work.

The actor won Screen Award for Best Male Debut, for his role in the movie.

Pyaar Ka Punchnama as a film dealt with the complications that come after getting into a relationship. It was a male's perspective on committing to a girl.

The film is available for viewing on YouTube.

When you can't change the girl, change the girl: Chashme Baddoor

In the role of Omi from Chashme Baddoor, Sharma gave an advice that left many wondering what just happened. He gave the advice to his friends Jomo (Siddharth) and Sid (Ali Zafar).

David Dhawan's Chashme Baddoor was the story of the three friends drooling over one girl - Seema Ranjan (Taapsee Pannu).

The film is available for streaming on Netflix India.

Rest kariye, varna Rest In Peace ho jaoge: Mirzapur

Sharma, in the role of Munna Tripathi from Mirzapur, addressed his favourite chacha and asked him to dance, then sit down. The scene in question is from the final sequence on the show - where Munna gets his revenge on the Pandit family for taking over the Tripathi business.

Mirzapur is the story of Tripathi family's constant quest for power and eliminating anyone who comes in the way of that.

The show is Amazon Prime Video Original in India.

Aspatal mein pade mareez ko aur pyaar mein pade aashiq ko kabhi akele nahi chodhna chahiye: Toilet: Ek Prem Katha

Sharma, in the role of Naru, was more than a friend to 'Keshav' Akshay Kumar, in Toilet: Ek Prem Katha. He was the brother Keshav never had, who was never leave his side, no matter what. In one such situation, while Keshav tries to win back his wife Jaya (Bhumi Pednekar), Naru walks out (at a distance) to let the couple sort out their matter, but he never leaves Jaya's village to go back to his own house.

Toilet: Ek Prem Katha was a movie which focused on the importance of having a toilet. It was based on Keshav and Jaya's love story, with the latter demanding a toilet in their house.

The film can be streamed on Netflix in India.

Mirzapur ki gaddi pe baithne wala kabhi bhi niyam badal sakta hai: Mirzapur 2

Munna was back with Mirzapur 2, asserting that Tripathi family is not only the one who can make the rules but also change them as per their convenience.

Mirzapur 2 was the story of Pandit family and Gupta family plotting their revenge against the Tripathis, especially Munna, for their gruesome acts.

The show is available on Amazon Prime Video.

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