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Subhash Ghai's Note - The Director

All great films happen by accidents... not by conscious attempts...

Published: Thursday,Nov 13, 2008 12:38 PM GMT-07:00
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Subhash Ghai’s Note - The Director

I have realized that a director lives one whole life making one motion picture. Now imagine how many lives I had to live making 18 movies till date. and specially making the 18th movie ‘Yuvvraaj’.In my constant search of new characters, new set ups, new presentations, what I can’t  find are new human emotions and new kind of relationships. Relationships have always been about love and tradition for me, whether it is about the need, greed, love, betrayal, hate and vengeance. They remain unchanged. We have always seen enemies fighting but it is very interesting to see brothers within a family fighting with each other.
Subhash Ghais Note - The Director

‘Yuvvraaj’ is an interesting play of mind games of young ones of today’s time but woven with grand music all the way which gives you goose bumps at many junctions of the screenplay with great moments and performances from my lead stars Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan, Zayed Khan and Katrina Kaif. Katrina plays the love interest of Salman. Both of them display the finest chemistry on screen ever. Katrina plays a musician of International repute and a catalyst in this film. It packs in enough complex emotions making it an entertaining drama.

And I have left no stone unturned to showcase the film and picturize the songs on a grand scale. No tiny screen can give you the rich visual experience and orchestral sound that you would experience only on the big screen. So my appeal to you is to experience this motion picture only on  a big screen. ‘Yuvvraaj’ has been designed by my ace technicians like A. R. Rahman (music director & background music), Gulzar (lyricist), Kabir Lal (cinematographer) and Omung Kumar (art director) . ‘Yuvvraaj’ is more of a feel-good-film rather than a great film. Because all great films happen by accidents… not by conscious attempts, isn’t it?

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