The conference, attended by director Subhash Ghai, the film's female lead Katrina Kaif and actors Anil Kapoor and Zayed Khan who, comprise the film's cast, saw Salman at his wittiest best, parrying all media queries about his marriage and his chemistry with Katrina Kaif in the film, set for release this Friday. "Whenever the marriage happens everyone will come to know," he told reporters in response to pointed queries about his marriage.
On a question about his chemistry with Katrina in the film, which features her as his love interest, Salman said,'' There were so many lightmen, cameramen, assistant directors and other crew on the sets of Yuvvraaj. So the chemistry between me and Katrina was there for all to see.'' When the mediapersons persisted with their queries, Salman quipped,' All of you should go spend some money and go to the cinema halls to watch Yuvvraaj and you will come to know how our chemistry has shaped up.'' On a question to director Subhash Ghai about reports of disagreements between him and Salman during the making, Salman, intervening in the director's reply, said, ''When people are in love with each other and have disagreements on the issue they will fight.
The purpose is to listen to each other and find out what the other person wants to say. This happens in every film and is a part and parcel of the process of filmmaking." Talking about his role in the film, Salman said,' "My character in the film is that of a young man who is angry and frustrated as he was thrown out of his house when he was just 11 to 12 years old.
Then he realises that his two brothers are enjoying a life of luxury at home which makes him feel upset so much so that he does not want to see the person in the girl he loves but just wants to see the big bucks. The film is about how this guy changes when he gets love and friendship." Speaking at the press meet, director Subhash Ghai said Yuvvraaj was the story of three young men, played by Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan and Zayed Khan who are sons of a billionaire father.
"All three of them want to know who among them will inherit their father's property. Katrina plays the girl who binds these three men. She plays a musician who plays a Cello, a musical instrument that absorbs the chaotic noise of all the orchestra. She plays the instrument so beautifully that she becomes the catalyst for the film in uniting these brothers which is what the film is all about," Ghai said.