3 years of Badhaai Ho: Remembering Surekha Sikri through her hit dialogues from the film | Bollywood

Badhaai Ho not simply turned out to be a recreation changer for the veteran actors who starred in the film but additionally the manner movies are made in Bollywood. The Amit Sharma film took Neena Gupta and Gajraj Rao’s careers to all new heights and made Surekha Sikri steal consideration from the youthful lead couple performed by Ayushmann Khurrana and Sanya Malhotra with her highly effective presence. As it completes three years at the moment, right here’s remembering Surekha through her hit dialogues which really made her the star of the film. 

Surekha, similar to everyone else in the home, did not spare an opportunity to offer son Jeetendra Kaushik (Gajraj Rao) an earful for making his spouse Priyamvada (Neena Gupta) pregnant at such an age. She requested her son, “Sabse pahle to nu janna hai mujhe…time kab mil gaya tujhe…ab sab samaj aara hai…kyu bhu ka badan tuta kare roz roz (First of all tell me this…when did you get time for all this…now I understand…why my daughter-in-law’s body used to ache every day).”

Surekha Sikri in a nonetheless from Badhaai Ho. 

She taunted him but once more and talked about how he took one of her joke a bit too significantly. She stated, “Yu to bachcho ka kaam hota hai naam roshan karna. Tune to apne bachcho ko mauka hello nhi dia. Main to Nakul ko joke kare thi ki teri god me balak dekhna chahu. Teri bahu ne to severe lelia dikhe (Kids are anticipated to make their dad and mom proud however you didn’t give your youngsters an opportunity. I used to joke with Nakul (her grandson and Jeetendra’s son) that I want to see a toddler in his arms nevertheless it appears your spouse took it significantly).”

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Surekha Sikri had sudden fits of anger in the film and the new development added to it. Taking a dig at Jeetendra’s government job in the Railways, she said, “Apne aap ko sarkari naukar batao. Jab sarkar ki baat hi nhi samajh aari to itne sal se naukri kaisi (You call yourself a government servant but what have you done all these years when you could not understand the government’s family planning campaign).”

Surekha finally received her due when she gained the National Film Award for Supporting Actor for her efficiency in the film. She arrived in a wheelchair to obtain the award from President Ram Nath Kovind. RIP Surekha ji.

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