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rtlessly becomes the superstar that Deven dreamt of being. Zayed Khan as Danny Yuvvraaj Singh is the real prince who lived life super-large. A passion for flying kept him floating on an air cushion filled with his father’s money. A playboy and a brat, he was sure that the inheritance would be his. Unable to deal with the loss of his playground (as casinos and clubs threw him out), he strikes at Gyanesh in an attempt to get back what he thinks was rightfully his. Katrina Kaif as Anushka "Anu" Banton, an angelic girl who is passionately in love with her 'cello and Deven. She is also a girl of very high values. Although she loves Deven, she refuses to marry him unless her father accepts him willingly. Boman Irani as Dr. P. K. Banton, Anushka's father who dislikes her daughter's love interest Deven. Mithun Chakraborty as Sikander Mirza, an attorney and a friend of Gyanesh, Deven, and Danny's father. He insists Deven on having a true brotherly relation with Gyanesh. He wants to see the three brothers live as a happily united family. Aanjjan Srivastav as Om Prakash 'Mama Ji' who has declared the trustee of all property transferred to an orphanage, a negative character, who keeps a subtle approach, but all in disguise. Sulbha Arya as D'Mello Aunty Amy Maghera as Shazia, Danny's girlfriend Javed Sheikh as Yogendra Yuvvraaj Singh, Gyanesh, Deven, and Danny’s father Bhupinder Singh as Daniel Mehta, Anushka's fiancee Aparna Kumar as Sukamna Aushima Sawhney as Nandita Chimnay Patwardhan as Bala Filming Although a part of the film supposedly plays in the Czech capital Prague, the corresponding outdoor shots were actually filmed in the Austrian mountain province Tyrol. Scenes filmed in the province's capital Innsbruck feature many of the city's sights, such as the imperial castle, St. James's Cathedral, the main street and the ski jumping arena. Reception Critical response The film received mixed reviews from critics. Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama gave the film 3 out of 5 saying "On the whole, Yuvvraaj is interesting in parts, with the penultimate 20/25 minutes taking the film to an all-time high". Martin D'Souza of Glamsham giving it 3 from 5 stars said " In short, there's nothing new, script wise, but the way it has been backed with music and choreography is what lifts this mundane script to another level. The execution is 'perfect'". Nikhat Kazmi from Times of India rated it 3 out of 5 while praising the music, cinematography and performances by Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Katrina Kaif. IndiaGlitz also gave it 3 out of 5 and said "As a whole, Yuvvraaj is splendiferous in all parts with exceptional performance by all and it's a perfect family entertainer". The film also received a number of negative reviews. Nikhil Kumar from Apunkachoice gave it 2.5/5 and said "The biggest flaw of 'Yuvvr aaj' is that its story belongs to a period when the audiences used to lap up anything tossed at them. Sure, 'Yuvvraaj' has terrific cinematography and a few soulful tunes by A.R Rahman, But the style of telling the tale is so outdated, that at many times in 'Yuvvraaj' you feel you are watching a rerun of 'Ram Lakhan' or Taal". Rajeev Masand of IBN Live gave the film 1 out of 5 stars saying "Yuvvraaj doesn't quite hit the right note because it's an archaic drama that feels too tired. Barring a handful of vintage Subhash Ghai moments that still work, the film sadly is far from his best work". Sonia Chopra of Sify gave the film 1.5/5. Box office Yuvraaj was released with around 1000 prints in India, but it opened to a good response. The film only managed to collect around ?169.5 million (equivalent to ?400 million or US$5.3 million in 2020). Box Office India declared it a major flop . Soundtrack Yuvvraaj Soundtrack album by A. R. Rahma n Released 16 October 2008 Recorded Panchathan Record Inn and AM Studios Genre Film soundtrack Length 44 minutes Label Tips Music Films Producer A. R. Rahman A. R. Rahman chronology Sakkarakatti (2008) Yuvvraaj (2008) Ghajini (2008) The score, composed by A. R. Rahman was performed by the Chennai String Orchestra, and utilizes Western classical music and retro disco music. The orchestra also performs Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. The soundtrack album was released on 16 October 2008. Salman Khan himself promoted the music saying that it is the USP of Yuvvraaj. The song "Tu Meri Dost Hai" became a chartbuster. Track list No. Title Artist(s) Length 1. "Main Hoon Yuvvraaj" Salman Khan 1:13 2. "Tu Meri Dost Hai" Benny Dayal, Shreya Ghoshal, A. R. Rahman 6:13 3. "Shanno Shanno" Karthik, Sonu Nigam, Srinivas, Timmy, Sunaina, Vivienne Pocha, Tina, Blaaze 6:22 4. "Tu Muskura" Alka Yagnik, Javed Ali, A. R. Rahman 5:37 5. "Mastam Mastam& quot; Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik, Benny Dayal, Naresh Iyer 6:17 6. "Zindagi" Srinivas 5:06 7. "Dil Ka Rishta" Sonu Nigam, Roop Kumar Rathod, A. R. Rahman, Clinton Cerejo, Suzanne D'Mello, Vivienne Pocha, Sunaina, Ben