Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
It’s the canonical Bollywood romance that established a new cinematic template for modern, multicultural love when it first hit the screens in 1995. Natashja Rathore demystifies the timeless appeal of Yash Raj Films’ Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge in her documentary, Still Rolling — The DDLJ Story (2016)
On her self-imposed sabbatical from celluloid, she continues to revel in her real life role of mother to moppet, Nysa. But, you can’t keep a good actress away from the greasepaint. New mommy, Kajol, readies herself for a ‘comeback’, even as her 1995-runaway romance, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, is all set to become the longest running Indian film. Verve has a freewheeling chat with an actress always worth watching.