Known well also as a king of romance in film industry, Yash Chopra’s death is not only a loss to Bollywood and the overall global movies scenario obtaining as on date, it is a colossal loss to the country as a whole. True, he is no more but the wonderful contributions he made to the film world are un-erasable from the mind of the people for centuries to come. He was a legendary film maker who gave the cinema entirely a brand new theme to romance in particular. His films like Dil wale dulhania le jaayenge, Silsila, Waqt, Darr, Dhool ka Phool, Kabhie Kabhie Mere Dil Mein Khayal Aata Hai, are the ones which set a novel pattern in theming a love story matching to what the younger generations wanted much picturising the shoots from European locations and also from different other countries, the scenic beauty of which carried a tremendous mass appeal. Many call him as another Raj Kapur so far as his romantic depictions are concerned. There are some of the people, who call him as the one whose works were mainly addressed to the elite society, and not to the common man. This they say on the ground that his theme of story always centred around upper middle class with portrayal of scenes which do not find place in lower middle class and the poors. This criticism apart, his films were liked much by all and sundry. His last film is Jab tak Hai Jaan, which is yet to be released, possibly during the first week of the next month. Our heart felt tributes to the departed legend.