22.10.2012 [PINKVILLA] - "Films have been my only passion in life. I have always been proud of making films and will continue taking pride in all my films." -Yash Chopra (from the teaser of Jab Tak Hai Jaan). When he named his last directorial venture Jab Tak Hai Jaan (till
21.10.2012 [Wired (blog)] - *One loud, unified howl of grief from the Bollywood film community. Strange how social media can do that now. *The veteran director died at age 80 of dengue fever. That's mean stuff, “dengue,” a painful and often lethal mosquito-borne virus.
22.10.2012 [Hindu Business Line] - Several Bollywood celebrities today reached the Yash Raj Studios at suburban Andheri to pay their last respects to iconic filmmaker Yash Chopra, who passed away here following multiple organ failure. Chopra, 80, was admitted to Lilavati Hospital in
22.10.2012 [bollywoodhungama] - This year Bollywood has suffered an insurmountable loss. First with the passing away of the evergreen star Dev Anand, followed by Indian cinema's strong man Dara Singh and the superstar Rajesh Khanna. And yet another legend Yash Chopra passed away
22.10.2012 [Contactmusic.com] - Yash Chopra - Bollywood Director Yash Chopra Dies. 22 October 2012. Veteran Bollywood director Yash Chopra has died at the age of 80. He passed away on Sunday (21Oct12) at the Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai, India due to multiple organ failure following
22.10.2012 [India Today] - Tweet. Indian film buffs would always associate romance with snow-capped mountains of Switzerland, colourful tulips, flowing chiffon saris, villages of Punjab and poetry. For that's the way Yash Chopra told his love stories on celluloid. Chopra 's
22.10.2012 [TIME] - The camera pans over a pristine valley of green Swiss mountains and a cozy-looking hamlet tucked into the hillside. A honeymooning couple appears, strolling through the scene. The camera moves in. Their gaze meets. The couple embraces, and as the
22.10.2012 [Zee News] - Yash Chopra cremated amid family and admirers Zeenews Bureau Mumbai: Legendary filmmaker, Yash Chopra, also known as the 'king of romance', who succumbed to dengue and multiple organ failure on Sunday evening, has been cremated.
22.10.2012 [Firstpost] - Yash Chopra launched his banner Yash Raj films in 1973. The second film produced under the banner was Kabhie Kabhie. It released in 1976 and had Amitabh Bachchan playing the role of a sensitive poet named Amit Malhotra. All the fantastic poetry that
21.10.2012 [Rediff] - Bollywood's king of romance Yash Chopra passed into the ages on Sunday evening. From capturing the picturesque locales of Switzerland to starting the trend of multi-starrers and dealing with bold, unconventional subjects, Chopra's directorial journey
22.10.2012 [Hindustan Times] - Veteran Bollywood filmmaker Yash Chopra, who turned 80 Thursday, talked about his journey in the show business with superstar Shah Rukh Khan in a heart-to-heart televised chat. Chopra said his family wanted him to become an engineer but he knew he
21.10.2012 [Yahoo! India News (blog)] - Waqt: Though Yash Chopra's directorial debut was Dhool Ka Phool, it was Waqt which got him the best director award for the first time. According to Bollywood trivia, B R Chopra had originally planned the film with Prithviraj Kapoor and his three sons
21.10.2012 [TheCelebrityCafe.com] - Bollywood filmmaker Yash Chopra dies. Robert Kirchgassner 10/21/2012. Yash Chopra, one of Bollywood's most beloved filmmakers, died Sunday at age 80. The BBC reported the cause of death to be dengue fever and suffered from kidney problems.
22.10.2012 [Oneindia Entertainment] - We are talking about none other than legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra, who died of dengue at Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital on October 21. Many celebrities in the Telugu film industry were shocked to learn the news about his sudden death. Soon after the
22.10.2012 [Twitch] - Yash Chopra, the man who changed an entire nation's vision of on-screen romance, has died at the age of 80, after a brief bout with Dengue Fever. Chopra's career in Bollywood goes back over fifty years, as director of many of India's most beloved