Watch these superhit films of Yash Chopra for just Rs 112!!!


International Women's Day is celebrated on 8 march and this year yash Raj Films is going to double the celebration. yash Raj Films has re-released three of its films and has kept its tickets very low. The stories of these three films focus on women. Although many films centered on women have been made in Bollywood, but in these three films of yash Raj Films, different forms of women have been shown.

The three films that have been re-released by yash Raj Films include films like chandni (1989), Lambe (1991) and Chak De india (2007). Different stories of women have been shown in these three films. You can watch these films in theaters on the occasion of 'Women's Day'.

yash Raj Films gave 'Women's Day Offer'

yash Raj Films has told about the Women's Day offer on Instagram. Its caption read, 'Special films on special occasions. Women's Day Festival, watch chandni, Lamhe and Chak De india from 8th to 10th march only at PVR Cinemas, Inox and Mirage Cinemas for just Rs 112.

Chandni: In the year 1989, rishi kapoor, sridevi and vinod khanna were seen in lead roles in the film chandni, directed by yash Chopra. In this film, a rich boy (Rishi Kapoor) falls in love with a poor girl (Sridevi). In the film, the family agrees to the marriage due to Rishi Kapoor's insistence, but when rishi kapoor becomes disabled in an accident, sridevi is harassed by her family. The story of Sridevi's love and self-respect is shown in the film.

Lamhe: The 1991 film Lamhe has been directed by yash Chopra. anil kapoor and sridevi were seen in lead roles in this film. The love story of sridevi and anil kapoor is shown in the film, but sridevi gets married somewhere else. In the film, sridevi dies after giving birth to a baby girl after marriage, and when that girl turns 18, she takes the form of Sridevi. Now that girl meets anil kapoor and falls in love with Anil. The story of the film is twisted in such a way that it will be successful in hooking you.

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