After a long time Subhash Ghai is back with his latest work Yuvraaj. The film revolves around the story of three brothers and the evil mama and his family who have their eyes on the wealth. The film has a love story too. Yuvraaj may be said the combination of old superhits Ram Lakhan and Hero.
Yuvraaj is a love story between Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. Deven Yuvvraaj (Salman Khan) is a chorus singer, in love with Anushka (Katrina Kaif) but her father Dr. Banton (Boman Irani) wants nothing to do with him. He is dead against this relationship. Things take a turn when Deven's father passes away and he returns to London not for affection and paying homage, he just gets back to his hometown seeking for shares in father's wealth. But there's a twist, there are also his brothers, Gyanesh Yuvvraaj (Anil Kapoor) and Danny Yuvraaj (Zayed Khan).
Gyanesh Yuvvraaj possessing autism from his childhood goes the apple-of-eye for everyone in the family, once attorney-close friend of his father (Mithun Chakraborthy) reveals that entire property is favored on him. Not only his relatives but Devn (Salman) and Danny (Zayed) also try to sway Gyanesh (Anil Kapoor) the wrong way. But somewhere along the way brotherly love surfaces.
Ghai handles the dramatic scenes with flourish. Rahman's music is soothing, but you expect more because Ghai's movies are embellished with lilting music that you recall even after 2 or 3 decades. Kabir Lal captures the striking beauty of Europe well. The output is superb. The sets [Omung Kumar] are truly majestic.
The sets have a grand feel, cinematography is awesome; Kabir Lal captures the city of Prague in all its beauty and colours. Choreography by Shiamak Davar is top of the draw, and Salman Khan gives off a noteworthy performance.
On the acting front, Anil Kapoor, towers above the entire cast and delivers a natural, believable performance. Salman Khan's performance is better than usual. Mithun Chakraborty is fantastic in a brief role. Katrina looks angelic. Despite the focus being on the three men, she registers an impact. Boman Irani is credible. Aushima Sawhney is confident.
On the whole, Yuvraaj comes under one of the finest works of Subahsh Ghai. The film has an interesting story with exceptional performance by all and it's a perfect family entertainer. At the Box-Office the film will do a good business.