Karan Johar is one of the ace filmmakers whose vision about films is extraordinary. The director surely comes up with out of the box ideas while making a film. Karan Johar considers late Yash Chopra as his mentor in life and he believes that he has learnt much about film-making from the late legendary director. Karan had earlier also revealed that he learnt one basic rule of film-making from Yash Chopra which is ‘films don’t fail, budgets do.’
The late filmmaker Yash Chopra was surely a magician when it came to film-making. Till now, there is no match found of Yashji who can express love with so much intensity on the big screen. Today is the fourth death anniversary of the veteran filmmaker Yash Chopra. The news about his death shook everyone and the filmmaker passed away just a few days before the release of his last directorial venture Jab Tak Hai Jaan.
Remembering the legendary filmmaker on his death anniversary, Karan Johar took to twitter and shared a picture of Yash Chopra. He wrote on twitter, “I miss you Yash uncle…I miss your spirit…your positivity…your sense of community… and your ability to love unconditionally….”
I miss you Yash uncle…I miss your spirit…your positivity…your sense of community… and your ability to love unconditionally…. pic.twitter.com/8dhbyxRhUH
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) October 21, 2016
Yash Chopra is considered the most iconic director that the Indian Cinema has ever produced. His few of the directorial gems included Silsila (1981), Lamhe (1991), Kabhi Kabhie (1976), Dil Toh Pagal Hai (1997), Veer-Zaara (2004) and Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012).
On the fourth death anniversary of late Yash Chopra, we remember the master storyteller who redefined love with his films.