According to IBTimes, the actors will share memories and anecdotes about the making of the film.
"Comedy Nights is the perfect platform for the celebration, considering that DDLJ was the first film to have a thirty minute television show chronicling its making which was telecast on the national broadcaster Doordarshan," said a recent news report in the daily newspaper Mumbai Mirror.
DDLJ, one of India's best-loved films, will also complete a 1,000-week run at Mumbai's Maratha Mandir cinema on December 12. DDLJ has been showing at the 50-year-old cinema daily since October 20, 1995. In a recent interview with The National, the cinema owner Manoj Desai revealed that there will be a grand party at the historic theatre.
Khan recently announced he wanted to celebrate the occasion "grandly"."Aditya Chopra was planning something," he told IANS in an interview. "We will take 15 minutes of unedited footage of the film. We will also watch the film together. There is a lot of affection attached to the film. It's a special moment for sure. It's the second-longest [running] film. I think the first was a Chinese film. Yes, we will have a celebration," he said.