Why does Yash Chopra cast Shah Rukh in his next film?

On Saturday, September 29th, 2012

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Shah Rukh Khan and Yash Chopra in Mr. Chopra’s 80th birthday bash.

All of you know that veteran Bollywood director Yash Chopra is making a tremendous directorial comeback with his next three starrer flick JTHJ (Jab Tak Hei Jaan) and the director is quite open expressing that there is a special cause why he stars King Khan in the movie. The movie is going to be a Diwali dhamaka post grand success of the Salman Khan starrer ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ from the YRF camp.

It was the 80th birthday occasion of the Mr. Chopra where he revealed this covert before all.  The occasion was much special too; being Mr. Chopra at the request of superstar Shah Rukh Khan evoked about his 60 years completion of journey in the industry. While talk was going on re the director’s films in the past two decades, Shah Rukh asked Mr. Chopra about the common factor in his (Mr. Chopra’s) last four films.

Actually, this was an indication by King Khan to reveal his link-up with the films. But, Mr. Chopra went bit hilarious in his holiday humor and told that Shah Rukh had never asked him about the script, his role or his fee in the films. And he had also not starred him in those movies for his stardom, rather for his passion for films. This created good bit of fun there.

Now SRK went a step ahead asking the director, when he is going to make his next film with him (SRK), and he simply explained that his next film is going to be his last directorial venture and next he would be guiding the younger talents in different sections like acting, writing and directing. He also made it evident that he always hears to his heart and this is a confirmation from his heart this time.

Mr. Copra’s upcoming flick JTHJ is scheduled for November 13 release and the movie stars Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma in female leads.

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