Monsoon Wedding (2001)
[Talking to Lalit Verma in phone]
P.K. Dubey: In 10 minutes exactly and approximately!
[giving Alice his card]
P.K. Dubey: It has an address for sending mail through the computer.
Alice: Mmm. E-mail?
P.K. Dubey: You know about it?
Lalit Verma: These are my children, and I will protect them from myself even if I have to.
Lalit Verma: [on the phone] Dubeyji? It's Lalit Verma, who else? Very kind of you to answer.
Ria Verma: I don't think you're ready for marriage.
Aditi Verma: I just want to settle down.
Ria Verma: So what do you do? Get married to some guy selected by mummy and daddy, you've barely known him for a couple of weeks!
P.K. Dubey: If he wants the work done, he must get the cash out. The one-rupee era is over.
Lalit Verma: Tej, you would like a cigar?
Tej Puri: Thanks, I've given up.
Lalit Verma: America makes everyone give up smoking.
Rahul Chadha: I just fell from grace.
Saroj Rai: My darling, you have to be standing up in order to be able to fall. I mean, if you keep sitting on your ass, nothing's gonna happen. "Only brave warriors fall off their horses in battle. How can kneeling cowards know what a fall is?" Listen sweetheart, the main thing is, you have to fight the battle.
Aditi Verma: I don't really know how he might think. What he expects of me.
Ria Verma: So then call him instead of Vikram. Now please go inside before these aunties come out and start dancing on our heads.
Hemant Rai: Whether our parents introduce us or whether we meet in a club what difference does it make?
P.K. Dubey: The Peacocks are not dancing. It will not rain.
Lalit Verma: The Peacocks are not dancing? It will not rain? Have you smoked Ganja?