If you are a true Bollywood fan then you all must have seen the iconic 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (DDLJ)'. The film was released in the year 1995 and it also crowns the title of longest-running romantic Hindi film. Decades after the film’s release while most of us continue to remember the famous climax scene from the film, film’s leading lady Kajol shares that shooting it was a pure chaos back then. The fondest memory of the scene is Amrish Puri saying his dialogue, “ja Simran ja, jee le apni zindagi,” Kajol shared her thoughts on this experience during one of the promotional campaigns for her upcoming film Helicopter Eela. Kajol shared that it wasn’t an easy thing at that point of time because the train used to come every 20 minutes and that’s when they could do retakes. She told, “Honestly, we were worried about the heat and getting cranky, my hair was frizzling out, the train wasn’t moving at the right speed that it should have. We couldn’t do retakes because the train had to go ahead and come back which would take some 20 minutes. It was a mess. Actually, Raj should have just pulled the chain instead of making me run like a crazy person. In hindsight, of course, it’s become an iconic scene but I can’t take any credit for it. It’s all Adi (director Aditya Chopra),” The film was focused on two individuals who met during a Euro trip and eventually fell in love. This love saga was tried by many filmmakers but no-one made up to that level. Film Helicopter Eela is Kajol's home production film and it is slated for release on 7th September 2018.