Mumbai is famous of its slags or “Bambaiya language” You would see these still being used in real life and in movies. Young generation use these Tapori Language Slangs a lot.
Cut to cut baat karne ka– to speak concisely or briefly
Chava or Chavi – Boyfriend/girlfriend.
Double battery – A person wearing prescription glasses.
Haila or Aaila – “Oh God”.
Time khoti mat kar– Do not waste time
Kalti– Get lost or goes away.
Kaiko – Why?
Cutting – Half a glass of tea.
Boss – Form of address to a friend, unrelated person or stranger.
Kharcha-paani – to beating up somebody.
Fultoo – Too good or very cool,
Talli – Drunk.
Dedh-foot or Dedh-futya – Refer to a short person.
Mamu – Depending on context
Waat or Vaat – to be in trouble.
Paan-patti or Tapri – A small shop selling tobacco, cigarettes, toffees and optionally, tea.
Shendi– make a fool of others.
Galat Faimili– misunderstanding
Khopche– a secret place
Jhakaas Item-a beautiful lady
Jyaada RAAG mat de..- Don’t just bluff..OK!
LOAD nahi leneka kya-Don’t take much tension.
Hata Saawan Ki Ghata-I don’t care about it much..
Raapchik Maal– a charming lady.
Chikna – Stands for any good looking fellow. Chikni is the female version of the same word.
Haila ! – “Oh God!”
Keeda – An absolute pest.
Jhakaas – Superb. Excellent.
Mandvali / Mandavli – Compromise.
Hajaam – Hajaam in its true sense would mean a barber.
Atrangi – mean something extraordinary.
ChappanTikkli / Punter / Tapori / Shana – Roadside loafer.
Charsi / Fookda / Soootya – A smoker. Charas is exactly marijuana. Charasi would mean any guy who smokes though.
Raanti / Saand – A boisterous or an exceeding brash guy.
Bevada / Gutter / Taankee / Batli – A Drunkard
Rappak – means Slap.
Tapri – A road side shop.
Chotay – For any kid working in a Tapri.