Kill the cliches

“Main tumhare bacche ki maa ban ne wali hu”

“Jee le apni zindagi simran”

“Ye dono hath mujhe de de thakur”

“Pyar kiya to darna kya”

To all the Bollywood watching people out there, what’s the similarity between the above dialogues?
Yes, you guessed it right. Those all are the cliches of Bollywood movies. It’s been years & decades since these are followed blindly and people still like its usage.

As per me, these dialogues have lived its life expectancy and its saturation is crossed since long.

In my life, I am a victim to certain cliches too. When I get angry/irritated, I avoid talking to the person who ignited that feeling or rather I stop talking to everybody. My family members knowΒ when I am in that mood.

I have a friend who in almost all situations says, “It is like” and stays mum. Nothing more. Not a single word. And I think, brother LIKE WHAT? πŸ˜€ Where’s the comparison.

Similarly, in this world too there are some cliches called “Natural calamities”. These cliches seldom show their faces to us but when they do, it is not in our power to stop it. But the reason it happens might be indirectly due to us, our ill works. When the balance of the environment is disturbed, Natural cliches(read calamities) strikes and restores the balance. No doubt there is a loss of blood & materials but restoring of balance is necessary for the greater good.

From this, we know that we all got cliches and we all can be better if we discard them from our lives. I can be better if I don’t avoid people when angry/irritated. My friend can definitely stop using “IT IS LIKE”. And, Earth can show some mercy and find an alternate way to regain the balance. This alternate way needs to be initiated by us. There is no other way. We have to spread awareness. We have to work towards it. Once we achieve it to make lives of humans a lot more easy. And by doing this, we will kill the natural cliches before the cliches kill us.


This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.

P.S.: Sunday is almost behind us & the next week will knock at our doorstep sooner than we can anticipate. Today’s song pick is We will rock you of Queen ❀

38 thoughts on “Kill the cliches

  1. Lovely post. It is fun to see you build up little essays out of thoughts, words, issues we often overlook or just accept as a part of life. You make people think about it, just popping in a thought bubble out of no where.Admire you for this!

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  2. But dear;these cliches r become coz of natural cliches.either u agree or not.happy or saddy mood in life some words take d birth.these words become as cliches in which some r very funny confused mood,we say often-tera kya hoga kaliya or in angerness,we say-jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hein vo dusaron pe pathar nahi fankte ya fir at qaurell time in home or outside we say-lo tusunaami aa gayi.m i right.

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