'Hello Brother': If you are looking to give a friendly jolt to your buddy, try the 'pungi', aptly named and amply performed by Salman Khan in the film.
'Barfi': In this film, the mute and deaf Ranbir Kapoor has many fun ways to get his friends' attention. Be it tossing a shoe outside Priyanka Chopra's house, or shining a mirror reflection into the neighbour's house, Barfi was a champ at these things.
[caption id="attachment_946852"]<img class="size-full wp-image-946852" src="http://revamp.ibnlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/fs02-aug3-316.jpg" alt="The fistbump, the chest bump, the nose flick or a pungi. You have mind-boggling choices.
'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai': The strange handshake which included two claps and a nose flick had swept the nation in the '90s." /> The fistbump, the chest bump, the nose flick or a pungi. You have mind-boggling choices.
'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai': The strange handshake which included two claps and a nose flick had swept the nation in the '90s.[/caption]
'Munna Bhai MBBS': This film, directed by Rajkumar Hirani and starring Sanjay Dutt, made gave a more deeper, warmer angle to a simple hug. Because it wasn't a hug, it was 'jaadoo ki jhappi'.
A form of greeting preferred by the athletic types or fraternity-bound brothers, the chest-bump is a more cordial and sporting variety.
'Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham': Kareena Kapoor, who made a name for herself with her character Pooh, was a glamorous Queen Bee of her clique. Air kisses, slow turns, hair flips, colour-coordinated clothes and synchronised mobile phone conversations, were her trademark. Mwah!
'Dil Chahta Hai': You may now think that tapping a friend from behind on one shoulder and quickly shuffling away to the other side is an old trick, but it was made popular in this Aamir Khan flick.
'Style': This 2001 flick starring Sharman Joshi and Sahil Khan was a gem for these little signature moves. Instead of a handshake, the guys reach out for each others' hands, bend over and shake each others' leg! Not kidding, you guys. And the girls do a little flapping routine with their hands as well!
US President Barack Obama does it, Kanye West does it and so does Leonardo DiCaprio. The fist bump is a universal sign of bro-hood (not to be confused with brotherhood) world over.