‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ poster released

On Wednesday, September 12th, 2012


Poster if Shah Rukh’s upcoming flick ‘Jab Tak Hei Jaan’.

It’s only the day before that we had let you informed about YRF’s upcoming three starrer project being christened with the name ‘Jab Tak Hei Jaan‘. It was so great news for the fans as they were in suspicion for times long concerning the real name of this Shah Rukh, Katrina and Anushka Sharama starrer flick. However, the name got revealed to the great relief of the appraisers and now we are back with the news that Yash Raj Films also released a movie poster yesterday with a Hindi verse translated by Shah Rukh into English on it.

Then just imagine, what would have been the response of the followers! In brief it’s awesome. Yesterday the movie JTHJ had lavishly adorned the twitter page following the huge fan base of Shah Rukh in the micro-blogging site and the recent poster release had multiplied the delight. When for some time we were wondering to detect what exactly was provoking the YRF people from revealing the title of the movie, now we think it was an initial attempt by the makers to bring the movie into limelight.

Then arise the question, did they become fruitful in their attempts? Yes, of course! ‘Coz now the news is running in the frontier and having earned million dollars in Eid with their last released flick ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, YRF is eyeing on Diwali too to make gold. Well, there is also an additional cause why the movie is considered to be a biggest hit. In fact, this is the directorial comeback of the ace director Yash Chopra.

Well, guys just take a look on the poster and say how you like and it and to say more abruptly you will get some real essence of the movie title if take a proper look on the verse inscribed on it. Don’t you?

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