Knowing as the “king of romance” among Indian film fraternity Yash Chopra’s today Bollywood is celebrating his 84th birth anniversary. In the year 2012, he died due to the illness of dengue. He took cine-world to the next level with his blockbusters such as Dil To Pagal Hai, Chandani, Veer Zara, Silsila and Jab Tak Hai Jaan. His heroines had been seen mostly in his movies with the white color dress.
Secrets behind his life
There are a lot of secrets behind his life and the dream to become an engineer is one that could not be concreted. But for some responsibilities, he joined his brother and famous filmmaker BR Chopra and IS Johar Company as an assistant. While assisting his family member’s production house, he made his mind to direct the movie on his own but he could not express to his brother clearly. Then, being a director he directed film “Dhool ka Fool”. In 1971, he estranged to his brother and formed a company.
While assisting his family member’s production house, he made his mind to direct the movie on his own but he could not express to his brother clearly. Then, being a director he directed film “Dhool ka Fool”. In 1971, he estranged to his brother and formed a company.
Yash left his home for his Production house
He had his production house named as Yash Raj Production, whereas his name was Yash Chopra. He left her home just for his production house. In 1973 he again directed a movie “Daag” featuring the legendary Rajesh Khanna. With this, his films got a name as YashRaj Movies. His company named “Yash Raj Movies” was the consolidation of the first word of his title “Yash” and “Raj” Rajesh Khanna.
Yash made a number of films but “Lamhe” was the favorites amongst other movies in which he featured Anil Kapoor and Sri Devi. Though the movie could not do great at Box Office, but it was the only film which was closed to his heart.
A lake which is situated in the Switzerland known as his name Yash Raj, because most times the locations of his movie were this lake’s shores. The government even started a rail on his name on Jungfrau Railway Station which he inaugurated by his own.