'Chaar bottle vodka
Kaam mera roz ka!'
Boy, that's a lot!
Bollywood sure cuts loose when it comes to glugging down booze in its movies.
In the Shahid Kapoor starrer Kabir Singh, a remake of the Telugu superhit Arjun Reddy, a medical student's drinking problem encourages toxic behaviour and romantic distress.
This is not the first time a character got sloshed and made a spectacle on the silver screen.
Sukanya Verma lists the crazy things drunks do in Bollywood movies.
Amar Akbar Anthony
Rebuke your clobbered, hammered reflection with band-aid and words of wisdom that repeat -- daru mat pee, mat pee, mat pee.
All 'pukka idiots' of the world, pay heed.
Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron
Find philanthropic angles to drunken driving and fulfill one's 'ek sharaabi hi toh doosre sharaabi ki madad karega' sentiments.
And so a coffin is mistaken for a car and diagnosed with a punctured tyre all the while chatting with the corpse.
Devdas's wild cocktail of shraddh and sharaab might just give 007's shaken not stirred a run for its money.
Too bad he will be too stoned to notice.
Hit the bar. Like literally.
Tere Ghar Ke Saamne
Watch their ladylove in high spirits.
And sometimes, watch themselves in high spirits.
Band Baaja Baarat
The biggest professional booboo -- miss business with pleasure.
Get on top of a water tank and issue suicide threats to the entire gaon until it gives its gori's hand in marriage.
Dil To Pagal Hai
Use your I-am-so-drunk-I-won't-remember-anything-tomorrow state to tell him you love him because pehla nasha and all.
Get on the high horse and harass your pleading sibling -- no wonder he prefers boarding school.
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
Shoplift, dance around strangers, break glass windows and make a complete fool of yourself during a European holiday.
Remember, what happens in Europe stays in Europe.
Be your own party pooper, like the bride who had too much to drink.
Prove to your wealthy wife's family that you're not a lowly cabbie, who's never touched expensive alcohol in his entire life by doing just that.
Tanu Weds Manu Returns
Shoot some strong 'zaleel' theory and do everything to break your ex-husband's wedding to a lookalike. And succeed.
Shake a leg in the rain with a gang of like-minded beer guzzlers.
Remix Ghalib's poetry while you're high as a kite and not see anything wrong in rhyming gulaab, sharaab and julaab.