Best Bollywood Lockdown Memes to Brighten your Mood

Sometimes a little laughter can go a long way to improve your mood. Hence, we have compiled some of the best Bollywood lockdown memes to make you smile.

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“How ima link the boys when the lockdown is lifted.”

Bollywood memes never fail to put a smile on our face especially during difficult times like the COVID-19 outbreak. To match this tough time, they have been given a lockdown twist.

Currently, India like many other countries across the globe is in nationwide lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The lockdown in India has been extended till May 3, 2020, however, the potential of it being extended further is possible.

Amidst this testing time, panic, anxiety and stress are at an all-time high which can affect people’s mental wellbeing.

However, in an effort to uplift people’s mood, many social media users have been sharing hilarious Bollywood lockdown related memes.

This viral social media trend has even got celebrities like Arjun Kapoor, Nora Fatehi and more joining in on the trend.

Let’s take a look at some of the best Bollywood lockdown memes being shared online which will surely leave you in fits of laughter.

Stay Home, Stay ‘Saif’

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As people are being urged to stay at home to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus, the tagline “stay home, stay safe” is being used extensively.

So how can Bollywood fans turn this on its head? Well, by replacing “safe” with the closest alternative “Saif”.

Yes, this is none other than Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan. Interestingly, his name works perfectly.

Taking to Twitter, Bollywood star Arjun Kapoor shared this meme on his Instagram story. Instead, of the word “safe”, Saif’s head was used.

He even joked and wrote the caption, “@kareenakapoorkhan always gives me the best advice.”

There is no denying this Bollywood lockdown meme has us in fits of laughter.

‘Din Bhar, Din Bhar’

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Another Bollywood celebrity to join in with the popular lockdown meme trend is dancer and actress Nora Fatehi.

She shared a meme about herself on her Instagram story. Nora feature in the popular remake of the song ‘Dilbar’ (2018).

Adding humour to the COVID-19 lockdown, the meme shows a still of Nora from the song with the caption:

“Someone: phone kitni der chalate ho?

“Me: Din bhar – Din bhar.”

The actress certainly found the meme hilarious as she added the caption: “LOL” under the post.

How to Meet the Lads Post Lockdown

During this difficult and uncertain time, it is important to remember that it is not permanent.

One way to help yourself get through this, is to plan what you will be doing once the lockdown is lifted.

One of the most popular post-lockdown things to do is to meet up with your friends.

This hilarious meme was shared on Twitter and surely had everyone laughing as well as missing their friends.

The meme features the caption: “How ima link the boys when the lockdown is lifted.”

This is teamed with a clip from the popular Bollywood film, Raja Hindustani (1996).

In the video, Johnny Lever’s character is seen ecstatically meeting Aamir Khan’s character as he rejoices, dances, hugs and kisses him.

‘Main Yahaan Hoon’ Nando’s

Not being able to go out and indulge in food from your favourite restaurant is one of the many luxuries people are having to do without.

In order to maintain social distancing guidelines restaurants have closed down amid the lockdown.

This has caused everyone to miss some of their favourite food places. This meme, in particular, relates to the popular restaurant chain Nando’s.

The meme includes the caption: “Me when I step into Nando’s post lockdown” with the video of SRK from the song ‘Main Yahaan Hoon’ from the film, Veer-Zaara (2004).

This comical meme relates to many people whether they love Nando’s or not.

Crazy Family

Being confined indoors with your family is not as easy as it may sound. Usually, everyone in the household has their own set routine.

While remaining busy during the day, the family members spend time together in the evening.

However, the lockdown has disturbed this balance. Now, family members are constantly in each other’s faces throughout the day.

As much as we love spending time with family, spending too much time together can have the opposite effect.

This meme perfectly captures this essence. It features a still from the film, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Ghum (2001) with the dialogue, “Yeh puri family hi pagal hai.”

Undoubtedly, many of us will be feeling this way as we are stuck indoors with our families.

Mere Pass MA-sk Hai

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have been wearing masks to protect themselves.

IRCTC has put a spin on the famous dialogue “Mere pass maa hai” from the 1975 film Deewar starring Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor.

This dialogue has been used for countless memes and continues to make many people laugh.

In the iconic scene, Vijay (Amitabh) asks Ravi (Shashi), “Aaj mere paas property hair, bank balance hair, bangla hai, gaadi hai … kya hai tumhare pass?

Ravi (Shashi) replies with the emotionally hard-hitting line, “Mere pass maa hai.”

In this instance, IRCTC changed the dialogue too, “Mere pass MA-sk hai!!”

As well as being funny, this meme is also informative as it raises awareness for the need for protection.

Oversee Virus without a Passport

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Bollywood actor and comedian Sunil Grover has been enjoying posting various memes to do with the current lockdown.

The coronavirus has evoked fear in everyone’s mind and his latest meme also suggests so.

While some people have never travelled abroad, they are having to deal with COVID-19 and even tested positive for it.

Sunil Grover shared a hilarious meme with a picture of himself and Ali Asgar sitting on a tree. He captioned it:

“Just imagine getting killed by an overseas virus when you don’t even have a passport.”

During this difficult time, trying to remain positive is crucial. Understandably, this is certainly easier than it sounds.

Hence, our compilation of some of the best Bollywood memes will surely bring a smile to your face.

Ayesha is an English graduate with an aesthetic eye. Her fascination lies in sports, fashion and beauty. Also, she does not shy away from controversial subjects. Her motto is: “no two days are the same, that is what makes life worth living.”

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