Think about romance and the 1st person that comes to our mind is Yash Chopra. He was the one who introduced and taught the world, the meaning of romance. On his 86th birth anniversary today, let’s binge watch and relive the magic that he created with his films.
The legendary love story of generations, Kabhi Kabhi was one of Yashji’s favourite film. The song "Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein" still holds a special place in our hearts and so does Amitabh Bachchan’s poem "Kabhi Kabhi”. The movie was the 8th highest grosser movie at the Indian box office in the year 1976
The romantic thriller marked the beginning of Shah Rukh Khan as the King Khan of Bollywood. ‘Darr’ in fact, was one of the best films Yashji ever made. It was the third highest grossing films after Ankhen and Khalnayak in the year
The 1981 romantic film starring Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Rekha and Sanjeev Kumar is till date remembered for its iconic songs. The movie is rumored to be inspired by the real-life love story of the stars, Amitabh-Jaya-Rekha which was one of the most talked about back then
1975’s hit film Deewar was one of the most skilled works of Yash Chopra’s Bollywood journey. Afterall, we can never forget it’s most famous dialogue - "Mere paas building hai, bank balance hai, gaadi hai, kya hai tumhare paas? Mere Paas Maa Hai!“
Who doesn’t know about Dil To Pagal Hai? It is one of those films that one can watch a 1000 times and not get bored even after that. The movie takes you to a romantic journey with SRK, Madhuri Dixit and Karishma Kapoor playing the leads. It makes you want to believe in the notion that jodis are made in heaven
With this film, Yash Chopra proved that there can be no other person like him who can justify the saga of love, sacrifice and patience. The movie was a blockbuster around the world. The love story had everything that one can expect from a Yash Raj movie!
Jab Tak Hai Jaan was Yashji’s last movie before he passed away. The film had King Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in an unconditional love even with all the time and geographical gap. And just like the name of the movie, it is a story about two people who continue to love each other for as long as they live