Here is the scene that made me realise I will forever love the 1990 Phantom of the Opera miniseries more than Alw’s musical. Notice how in this scene Christine admits she loves Erik, but she’s also very aware of the difference between platonic love and romantic love. I really like this adaptation because it acknowledges that platonic love exists and is just as valid as romantic love.
Maguns Bane. He’s over 300 years old. And, as you can see, he’s not exactly shied away from the pleasures of every century. His tastes are both exquisite… and quite excessive…. [He is] one of the most powerful warlocks I’ve ever known.
Kajol: "Shah Rukh Khan and I share a close friendship that translates onto the screen. We have such fun working together. He has a great sense of humour.“ […] “I would love to do all my films with him!”
Shah Rukh: “We have a lot of fun with each other on and off the sets. I never really imagined that working with her could be so much fun!” […] “If Kajol will say ‘YES’, I’ll love to have her in every film of me.”