1. Researcher and Friend
- Researcher to his friend – I have made a chocolate.
- Friend – So what? Is there anything new in it?
- Researcher – Eating this chocolate will free the wife from tension.
- Friend – How can that be? (Surprised and happy)
- Researcher – After eating this chocolate, all the bitter words of the wife will taste sweet, but there’s a condition… You have to eat this chocolate from the wife’s hand.
- Friend – What are you talking about? Wow… Great, so now…
- Researcher – I’m thinking, on whom should I try it.
- Friend – Hey, man, when will your idea actually work?
- The researcher looks at his friend from top to bottom with great attention – Dude, whose wife are you? You’re not that one, right?
- Friend – No, man… She’s my wife.
- Researcher – Yeah, then it’s fine.
- Next day
- Researcher – Hey, man, why is your face swollen?
- Friend – Thanks to you, jerk… What kind of chocolate did you make?
- Researcher – What happened?
- Friend – When I went home and gave it to my wife, she ate it herself instead of giving it to me, and then…
- Upon hearing this, the researcher’s expressions change…
- Researcher – Bro, don’t tell me the rest of the story… This chocolate was only for men, not for women.
2. Three friends are standing and talking.
(Three friends are standing and talking.)
Role 1 – Their fourth friend was approaching them, wearing new clothes and new shoes.
Role 2 – (One of the three friends) Hey, you didn’t have money to throw a party, but you bought these clothes and shoes. Where did you get them from?
Role 1 – From a shop.
Role 2 – Oh come on, you idiot. We also know you got them from a shop, but you don’t even have your father’s shop. So tell me, where did you get the money from?
Role 1 – Calling all three friends and explaining the plan.
Role 1 dresses up as a blind person, goes into a crowded shop, quickly asks for clothes, goes into the dressing room, sneaks out slowly, and then quickly runs away from there.
Role 3 – Hey, that’s a great idea. Let’s also try it.
Role 1 – Just wait… Go the next day.
Role 2 – Why, man? You got the clothes already. Why are you stopping us?
Role 1 – Okay, but I’ll stay far away.
They all decide to go one by one.
In the shop, Role 2 (the first of the three friends) goes.
Shopkeeper – What do you want?
Role 2 – I want an egg.
Shopkeeper – If you want an egg, go to the shop next door. You get clothes here, not eggs.
Role 2 – Hey, I need fabric, not eggs, dude. If I wanted an egg, I would’ve gone to the egg shop.
Shopkeeper – How do you know this is a fabric shop?
Role 2 – (Smartly) There’s no smell of eggs here, right? That’s why.
Shopkeeper – Which fabric should I show you?
Role 2 – The yellow one.
Shopkeeper – (Angry) How do you know it’s yellow? Fake blind people are everywhere. Today, one fake blind person made a fool out of me. Now you too.
(Commotion and fighting ensue.)
After sorting out the clothes, Role 2 reaches his friends.
Role 3 – What happened? Where are the clothes?
Role 2 – Behind you, man. I got beaten up.
Role 1 – Son, you have to pay in some way. You paid and got clothes. But now you didn’t even get the clothes.
All three friends – What do you mean?
Role 1 – I also got beaten up. I saved these clothes during the chaos.
All three friends together – Then why didn’t you tell us earlier?
Role 1 – Because every friend is a scoundrel.
(Note: The story is a humorous narrative involving friends trying to fool a shopkeeper and ends up with comic consequences.)
3. Sholay Funny Dialog:
Gabbar – Hey Sambha, when is Holi?
Sambha – In my mind, this scoundrel’s birthday is today, and he seems to think it’s Holi.
Sambha – Boss, there’s something special about buying oil for Holi today. There should be Basanti’s dance in our hideout today.
Gabbar – Hey, Circuit, don’t try to be clever. Tell me clearly what today is.
Kalia – Boss, today is your birthday.
Gabbar – What did you say? What did you say? Today is my birthday?
Sambha – Yes, boss. Today we should have cake, pastries, and sweets in the hideout.
Gabbar – Come here, you rascal. Why didn’t you tell me earlier?
Sambha – Forgive me, boss. If I had told you earlier, what would you have bathed with?
Gabbar – You son of a pig… You make jokes on me.
Kalia – Forgive him, boss.
Gabbar – Oh, it’s a close friendship between you two.
Kalia – Yes, boss, we are good friends like Jai and Veeru.
Gabbar – Alright, alright, alright. Oh, ho, ho.
Gabbar – Silence… You two talk about our duty, our salary, and praise our enemies.
Kalia – Forgive the audacity, boss. Leave the anger aside. I’ll bring cake in the evening, we’ll celebrate, and have cake.
Gabbar – Now I don’t want cake, I want Basanti. Go… bring Basanti in the evening. If you don’t, don’t show your face.
Kalia – Please forgive me, boss. I can’t bring her. I’ve tasted your salt.
Gabbar – So now, consider the cake as a bullet and eat it!!!
(Note: This is a humorous conversation between characters from the movie “Sholay,” known for its iconic dialogues and characters.)