Throwback To The Most Iconic Cinematic Moments From The 90's And Their Relevance Today.

Throwback To The Most Iconic Cinematic Moments From The 90's And Their Relevance Today.

The ’90s was the era we millennial children can never get out of our heads because it was when the movies, the dialogues of which are reminisced till now were released and apart from contributing to the cinema they got printed on our hearts forever.

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Let’s have a throwback to our most favorite scenes/moments from the movies in the ’90s, we’ve grown up watching and have a comparison whether they could still be applied in today's scenario or not.

The iconic ‘Didi Tera Dewar Deewana’ song from Hum Aapke Hain Koun had us humming the song for decades now. But, today it would hurt the sentiments of a feminist.

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The ‘Ja Simran Ja, Jee Le Apni Zindagi’ scene in which Amrish Puri with his powerful voice gave us shrills and goose bumps. Sorry Simran, the railway lines would soon be guarded and you would not be able to catch hold of Raj on a moving train.

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The lil kid from Kuch Kuch Hota hai who stops Anjali from going has now grown up to be the person who doesn’t give a damn about anyone coming/going from his life.

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The iconic dialogue “Mere Karan Arjun Aayenge” is relevant no more because they are busy focusing on their love lives leaving you at old age home, mom.

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“Tu Han Kar Ya Na Kar, Tu Hai Meri Kiran”, the now infamous song from the movie ‘Darr’ was a super hit back then. But today, oh boy you gotta have Kiran’s consent first.

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We all know how Tuffy became the source of Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan’s union in ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’ but duh!! Tinder ke zamane mai Tuffy ka kya kaam.

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All the wooing and chasing Karishma Kapoor, Govinda did in Raja Babu in the 90’s is equivalent to harassing and stalking in 2019 bruh!!

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