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Yash Chopra (World Directors)
by Rachel Dwyer
Yash Chopra's career as a film director began in 1959, and he has been a producer since 1973. This study of the man and his work is based on interviews with Yash Chopra, his family, his stars, his colleagues, his contemporaries and also some of his major critics.
Paperback, 202 pages
Published June 26th 2002 by British Film Institute
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I found it very dry and difficult to follow. The only exception was in he 2nd half of the book when Rachel discusses Chandni and Lamhe ( the movies I am familiar with) and the reasons which made them a hit in the south asian diaspora. That's the only part of the book I could really identify with and thus enjoyed that part. Would not recommend this one.