News Helpline | July, 26 2012
Tracing scenes from old movies is a new trend in Bollywood. Ayan Mukherjee who famed from his short and sweet story Wake Up Sid is following the same industry trend.
Ayan Mukerji's upcoming film ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ is one of the most awaited films simply because it will feature former flames romantic couple Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone. Interestingly, romantically paired opposite each other they will light the romance flame once again. I guess it’s after ‘Bachna e haseeno’ they are together.
A beautiful female and handsome hunk meets at wedding. They have sweet and sour fight. Pull each other’s leg, flirt and then starts a new beginning. Sounds like old age drama right! Yes it is. Happens in real life and more than that real life. Sounds like heard before this small scene is a famous scene from blockbuster Hum Aapke Hain Kaun staring Salman Khan and Madhuri Dixit. The same wedding theme would refresh the romance with a new romantic pair of Deepika and Ranbir.
It is being said that the theme of Yeh Jawani Hain Deewani is somewhat similar to Salman Khan-Madhuri Dixit starrer hit ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’. In the sense that the characters played by Ranbir and Deepika meet each other at Kalki Koechlin's wedding and start liking each other during the festivities and other celebrations carried out in the course of the wedding. The wedding sequences were shot at a palace in Udaipur as well as sets on Mehboob Studios. Apart from Ranbir, Deepika and Kalki, the film also stars Kunal Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapoor.
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