Ashutosh Gowariker established a prominent position in world cinema for his classical works. His yesteryear magnum opus â€˜Lagaanâ€™ turned the global spotlights while â€˜Jodha Akbarâ€™ was acclaimed as a masterpiece for his newfangled narration. But on contrary, the filmmakerâ€™s following film â€˜Whatâ€™s Your Raashee?â€™ turned out to be a box office disaster. It is a well known fact that the film was based on Madhu Ryeâ€™s novel â€˜Kimball Ravenswoodâ€™. Unfortunately, the originality was lost as Ashu made some changes from novel including the climax. Realizing his blunders, the filmmaker has strictly adhered to novel and hasnâ€™t made any changes in screenplay and characterizations. His upcoming release â€˜Khelein Hum Ji Jaan Seâ€™ is based on the Manini Chatterjeeâ€™s â€˜Do and Do: The Chittagong Uprising'. Abhishek Bachchan mentions that delineation on complete event of Chittagong Uprising itself is engrossing and so Ashutosh didnâ€™t opt for any changes.