Bollywood's catchiest taglines? VOTE!
Before its crass and half-baked screenplay unfolded on screen, Abhinav Kashyap's Besharam looked like a well-packaged film with a lot of snap, much like his directorial debut Dabangg.
The film's tagline -- Na samman ka moh... na apmaan ka bhay (Neither attracted to respect... nor fearful of insult) -- was just as eye-catching as the film's star cast.
Quite a few upcoming movies have their own interesting one liners.
Take a look and vote for your favourite at the end of this slideshow!
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Image: Movie poster of Besharam
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram Leela starring Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone has been praised for its elaborate sets, costumes and use of rich colours.
Fashioned after Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet, the film's tagline -- Goliyon ki rasleela (A romance of bullets) -- sets the tone for the love story that presumably ends in tragedy.
Ram Leela opens in theatres November 15.
Image: Movie poster of Ram Leela
Tigmanshu Dhulia's upcoming crime thriller will see Saif Ali Khan in a gritty gangster film after his much acclaimed turn in Vishal Bharadwaj's Omkara.
Pertaining to the Dhulia school of filmmaking, the wacky tone of the film's tagline -- Aayenge to garmi badhayenge (He'll turn up the heat with his arrival) -- suggests that all the action will be intertwined with humour.
Bullett Raja opens in theatres on November 29.
Image: Movie poster of Bullett Raja
After Rajkumar Santoshi's brand of humour failed to work its magic for Shahid Kapoor, the actor will now be seen in a Prabhu Deva film R... Rajkumar that boasts of all his hit staples -- lots of action scenes, catchy dialogues (Silent ho ja varna main violent ho jaunga is strongly reminiscent of Rowdy Rathore's Don't angry me) and Sonakshi Sinha.
The film's tagline -- Pyaar pyaar pyaar ya maar maar maar -- mirrors Prabhu Deva, the director's two favourite themes.
R... Rajkumar opens in theatres on December 6.
Image: Movie poster of R... Rajkumar
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan director Ali Abbas Zafar's second outing Gunday stars Ranveer Singh, Priyanka Chopra and Arjun Kapoor in lead roles.
The film's tagline -- Humaare tevar alag hain (Our attitude is unique) -- hints at an unconventional pair of gangsters in the film.
Gunday opens in theatres on February 14.
Image: Movie poster of Gunday