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10 Famous Dialogues Of Every Shopkeeper!

Wherever we shop, we do find such shopkeepers who always try to trick us with these world famous dialogues and we always have a perfect response for them.


No one can predict the shopkeepers better than the women who love shopping and they know how to handle their dialogues. But the shopkeepers are clever and they always find something new to say to the ladies to attract them towards the product. They can say anything to the customers to sell their product and sometimes it’s very annoying to hear the same line again and again from every shopkeeper. We all know their tricks to sell their product at the best possible price.

Here are they:

1. “Imported hai Madam”

This sentence is the necessary when it comes to selling the product and if we are rejecting the product due to the bad quality then definitely they will say this line to the customer to tell how valuable this piece is.

10 Famous Dialogues Of Every Shopkeeper!

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2. “Yahi ek piece reh gaya hai”

Asking the price of any dress? But before giving you price details he will give you description about the manufacturing process and in the end to convince you properly, he will tell you “Bas yahi ek piece reh gaya behenji”.

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3. “Fix price hai”

This is a way to avoid bargaining and if you are asking for any discount then they will tell you straight that prices are fixed and there is no possible way to decrease the rates of the dress. But then we people are the champions and no matter how hard they try, we always convince them to give us a discount.

10 Famous Dialogues Of Every Shopkeeper!

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4. “Madam ye toh already discounted price hai”

Asking for a more discount in the season of events? They will simply tell you that how low their prices are from the rest of the market and these dresses are already on discounted prices, so how they can lower the rates anymore? Liars.

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5. “Acha chalo na apka na mera itna de do”

After a long session of bargaining at a shop, when you leave the dress in anger, then they will always do this annoying thing and will beg you to come back so they can provide you the better prices. Yes, after ruining our mood.

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6. “Hamari shop se toh actors tak le jate hai”

Really? Am I looking like a fool to believe you? These shopkeepers can do anything to sell their product and most of them convince their customers to purchase a dress from their shop by telling the names of superstars who had already purchased a dress from their shop. In reality, these superstars don’t even know that this shop really exists.

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7. “Madam yeh color toh aap hi ke liye hai”

These shopkeepers are very genius and they know very well how to convince a woman when it comes to choosing a dress. To sell their product, they tell their lady customer that how good this color look on them. Good technique.

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8. “Uska toh maal aana hi bandh hogaya”:

To maintain their reputation in the market when a customer asks for the specific brand, they tell them that it’s not in production anymore.

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9. “Madam No Return aur No Exchange”

The warning which is very dangerous for all the customers is of “No Return, No Exchange”. Clear cheating techniques by the shopkeepers to trap the “bholey bhaaley” customers.

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10. “Market dhundh lo par aisa maal kahi nahe milega”:

Because they know, we will never search the whole market just for a dress and this is a very successful trick to trap the customers and to convince them to buy their product.

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