New Delhi: Having a mundane Valentine’s day? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Yash Raj Films has curated a watchlist and it’s just the need of the hour. From Shah Rukh Khan’s hopeless romantic in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Ranveer Singh’s small town boy charm in Band Baaja Baaraat to Saif Ali Khan’s flamboyance in Hum Tum, this watchlist contains four such romantic comedies produced under the Yash Raj Banner that can surely make up for the lack of one’s Valentine’s Day plan. “The content of the post is by no means a personal attack on people who are single, in one-sided love, or in a relationship with fictitious characters. Any resemblance to your real-life love story or lack thereof is purely coincidental (or not). Viewer discretion is advised,” reads the YRF’s post on Twitter, which has already started grabbing the attention of many social media users. The cleverly crafted captions that come with each movie poster surely add to the drama.
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, often touted as one that redefined a whole genre of films, is a story of two people living in London, who fall in love during their vacation in Europe but are soon separated under difficult circumstances. How Shah Rukh Khan’s Raj travels to India to profess his love to Kajol’s Simran and end up together at the end of the movie, is the course of the story. “No description needed, except that, this movie will single-handedly rule all your romantic decisions in life,” YRF’s caption read.
Simply put, Bachna Ae Haseeno is the redemption story of a young man who travels across continents to apologize to the women he had hurt in love. The reaction of the women upon encountering him and how far does Ranbir Kapoor’s Raj go for seeking forgiveness, is the rest of the story.
Band Baaja Baaraat marked Ranveer Singh’s debut film. Apart from the storyline that revolved around office romance going wrong, it was Ranveer Singh’s raw energy and Anushka Sharma’s innocence that made the film truly endearing.
Destiny plays a big part in bringing two people together, is exactly what Rani Mukherji and Saif Ali Khan’s Hum Tum tried to portray and we must say they did it really well. In Hum Tum, two diametrically opposite people are forced by circumstances to fall in love together. With its riveting story-telling and well-written dialogues, Hum Tum became one of the most sort after romantic comedies of the 2000s.
Yash Raj Films, which are known for giving the Bollywood industry some of the greatest films, had last produced Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan which had a theatrical release on January 25 of this year. Pathaan is Shah Rukh Khan’s first lead role in four years since Zero and recasts him from romantic hero to action hero. SRK stars in the title role of an agent brought in from the wilderness to tackle an unprecedented terror threat. As Pathaan, SRK teams up with a spy played by Deepika Padukone. Together, they take on terrorist leader Jim, played by John Abraham.
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