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Aditya Chopra revealed the new YRF 50 logo on the occasion of Yash Chopra’s birth anniversary (September 27), to celebrate five decades of their production house Yash Raj Films. Soon, reports emerged that the studio is functioning on a biopic on the legendary filmmaker. However, YRF has denied the reports and issued a clarification statement on an equivalent .

 

The spokesperson while talking about the claims called it a ‘baseless rumour’ and said, “There are absolutely no plans to form a biopic on Yash Chopra Ji.” The rumours had also claimed that the manufacturers are seriously looking into the project and will cast Shah Rukh Khan who was the exemplary filmmaker, Yash Chopra’s favourite actor.

YRF’s Statement

YRF’s statement read, “There has been tons of speculation about Aditya Chopra getting to make a biopic on his late father, the legendary Yash Chopra. we will officially tell you that this news is completely untrue and a figment of the imagination. We hope this official confirmation puts this baseless rumour to rest.”

Aditya Chopra Calls His Father A Self-Reliant Man

Notably, Aditya Chopra remembered his father Yash Chopra on his birth anniversary and praised the filmmaker as a self-reliant man. during a statement, he said, “In 1970, my father Yash Chopra, left the safety and luxury of his brother Mr BR Chopra and formed his own company. Till then, he was a salaried employee of BR Films and didn’t own anything of his own. He didn’t have skills to run a business and didn’t even have the required knowledge of what goes into making a corporation . All he had was a robust belief in his talent and diligence and a dream to be self-reliant.”

YRF Is ready To Introduce New Face With Bunty Aur Babli 2

YRF within the past few years has introduced new talent within the show business like Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra and therefore the upcoming Bunty Aur Babli 2 star Sharvari Wagh.

 

YRF's Statement

A Special Logo That celebrate 50 Years Of Yash Raj Films was revealed by Aditya Chopra!