I am still not out of my father Yash Chopra's sudden death, says Uday
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Actor-turned-producer Uday Chopra intends to make a documentary on his late filmmaker father Yash Chopra. The Chopra family went through personal crisis after the demise of legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra last year.
"I want to make a documentary but I don't want to do a regular one. I have spoken to a few people and I want to do something different. I want somebody who can crack something that will be unique. It is great to immortalise someone like him," Uday Chopra said.
"Dad was a filmmaker. If I make a documentary on him it has to be about films and it should be good enough for people who don't even know Yash Chopra to watch it and love it. They should feel it is an interesting documentary. I can do a labour of love in a month's time. But my intention is not that, I want people to watch it universally and love it," he said.
In September this year, as a mark of tribute to the Yash Chopra on his birth anniversary, nine actresses, who have been a part of his films, came together to salute the legendary filmmaker.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan and leading ladies Rekha, Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Rani Mukherji, Juhi Chawla, Preity Zinta, Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma and Parineeti Chopra walked the ramp at YRF studio for a fashion show.
"There will be something different every year on his birthday. It is too early to say what we will do. But we will surely do something to commemorate him," Uday Chopra said.
Though its been over a year since Yash Chopra passed away, it has been very tough for Uday to get over it. "I am still not out of it... it is a huge loss. It just happened very fast, I was not in town. I came one day before he passed away. It has taken a long time to come to terms with it. But I feel he is around me, everything that I am doing and getting appreciation for the work I am doing in LA, I feel somewhere he is standing behind me," he said.
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