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20 Best dialogues of Mirzapur Web Series Which are Very Entertaining

Mirzapur is one of the most thrilling Indian crime web series. It is produced by Amazon Prime Video and Excel Entertainment. The series is based on the flawed system of the UP government. The show reveals the black marketing and mafia roll in UP. It focuses upon the districts such as Jaunpur, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Banaras etc. The series is a must watch with an IMDB rating of 8.5/10. The story is about two brothers who unknowingly get trapped in the world of guns, drugs and violence. Here are 20 Best dialogues of Mirzapur Web Series.

1. Kya chutiyapa hua hai jo raat tak ruka nahi gaya – Kaleen Bhaiya

2. Darr ki yahi dikkat hain, ki kabhi bhi khatam ho sakta hai – Kaleen Bhaiya            

3. Mata ji yahn hain….bahen yahn hain , Maa bahen ek karne mein aasaani hogi – Munna Bhaiya

4. Shuru majburi mein kiye the… Ab maza aa raha hai – Guddu Pandit

 5. Baki har jagah acha kaam karke jeet te hai, bas election hi aisi jagah hai jahan jeet hai taki acha kaam kr sake – Golu Gupta

6. Guns ki maddad se darr nahi badhana hai, darr ki maddad se guns badhani hai – Guddu Pandit

7. Izzat nahi karte hain… Darte hain sab – Kaleen Bhaiya

8. Oh Bhos***i waley Chacha. Rest kariye, varna Rest in Peace ho jaoge – Munna Bhaiya

 9. Middle class aadmi, aadmi nahi chutiya hota hai. Chutiya! – Guddu Pandit

10. Ab chahe saanp aake ghar mein dosti karle… Rehta toh zehreela hi hai na – Guddu Pandit

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