Documentary series ‘The Romantics’ will release on this day paying tribute to Yash Chopra

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‘The Romantics’ will showcase the legacy of legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra and YRF

New Delhi / Team Digital. Aditya Chopra, Head of Yash Raj Films, has given his first ever on-camera interview for Netflix’s docu-series The Romantics. This docu-series traces the legacy of legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra, YRF and its impact on Indian pop-culture over the last 50 years. The trailer of the series has also been launched in which superstar Hrithik Roshan has said that Aditya Chopra is someone who has shaped the ‘boundaries of the industry’ and listening to him talking about YRF is a treat for the film fraternity, cinephiles and Hindi cinema audiences. There is a huge attraction for.

Netflix, one of the world’s leading entertainment services, will present a four-part docu-series. This docu-series is featuring 35 celebrities. , including those megastars who have worked with YRF for many years. Together they will explain the history of Hindi cinema and YRF’s influence in popularizing the Hindi film industry and its main stars around the world through YRF’s best and most influential films.

The Road Romantics trailer reveals that many of cinema’s greats detest the name ‘Bollywood’, which has been used to define the Hindi film industry for decades. The name Bollywood is derived from Bombay (the old name of Mumbai) and Hollywood. This name was given by the western world to Hindi cinema. With time Bollywood became a popular name today.

The Romantics, a tribute to Yash Chopra, will release on February 14, 2023. Yash Chopra is considered as the ‘Father of Romance’ in India as he has given many popular romantic movies like Silsila, Lamhe, Kabhi Kabhie, Veer-Zaara, Dil To Pagal Hai, Chandni, Jab Tak Hai Jaan etc. The docu-series is directed by Smriti Mundhra, who returns to Netflix after the runaway success of Indian Matchmaking and Never Have I Ever franchises.

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