11.Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani was also released in Israel and was dubbed in Hebrew. It did so after Devdas in 2002 following a gap of more than a decade.
12.The Delhi High Court had restrained the TV release of the movie for allegedly using objectionable dialogues against the squash brand Rooh Afza. The court's order came after its manufacturer filed a lawsuit.
13.Ayan made Ranbir, Deepika, Aditya, and Kalki drive from Chandigarh to Manali so that they could build a special rapport that would then translate onscreen. While the trip was supposed to take six hours, Ranbir was adamant about finding a restaurant that apparently served the best butter chicken. Because of this detour, the trip took 14 hours to complete.
14.The film currently ranks at 38 among the 50 highest-grossing Indian films. It made ₹319.6 crore (US$54.54 million) worldwide.