Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

Oct 20, 2018, 18:20 IST
  • Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

    Kunal Kapoor: The 'Rang De Basanti' star married Naina Bachchan. Naina is Amitabh Bachchan's niece and daughter of Ajitabh Bachchan and Ramola Bachchan. The duo was reportedly introduced to each other by Naina's cousin Shweta Bachchan Nanda. Naina and Kunal dated each other for two years before they tied the nuptial knots.

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    Shakti Kapoor: One of B-Town's most successful villains, Shakti Kapoor got married to Shivangi Kolhapure, the sister of actresses Padmini and Tejaswani Kolhapure. Shivangi acted in one movie, 'Kismet' (1980), but never looked to make a career in films.

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  • Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

    DJ Aqeel: The popular DJ, singer and composer is married to Farah Ali Khan. Farah is the daughter of Sanjay Khan and sister of Zayed Khan. The couple has two kids, son Azaan and daughter Fizaa.

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    Hrithik Roshan: They may be divorced now, but Hrithik and Sussanne Roshan's wedding was most talked about during its time. Sussanne is the daughter of yesteryear actor-turned filmmaker Sanjay Khan. By profession, she is a noted interior fashion designer. The couple has two sons, Hrehaan and Hridhaan.

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  • Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

    Kumar Gaurav: Son of late actor Rajendra Kumar, is married to Namrata Dutt, the daughter of late Bollywood legends Sunil Dutt and Nargis. The couple has two daughters, Saachi and Siya.

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    Rakesh Roshan: Veteran actor-director Rakesh's wife Pinky comes from a filmy background. She is the daughter of popular filmmaker J. Om Prakash. The couple has a son, Hrithik Roshan and a daughter, Sunaina.

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    Atul Agnihotri: The actor-turned-director is the husband of Alvira Khan. Alvira, daughter of Salim Khan and the sister of Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan. The couple has two children - son Ayaan and daughter Alizeh.

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  • Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

    Fardeen Khan: Late veteran actor Feroz Khan's son Fardeen, whose Bollywood career never took off, is married to Natasha Madhvani, the daughter of yesteryear superstar Mumtaz. The couple has two children - daughter Diani and son Azarius.

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    Sharman Joshi: The 3 Idiots actor is married to Prerna Chopra, the daughter of one of Bollywood's greatest villains, Prem Chopra. The couple has a daughter, Khyana, and twin boys, Vaaryan and Vihaan.

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    Vikas Bhalla: Incidentally, Vikas, who is an actor-singer, popular for singing the Po Po track in Son of Sardaar, is married to Prem Chopra's other daughter, Punita Chopra. The couple has two children, Sanchi and Veer.

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    Raj Kapoor: The showman of Hindi cinema tied the knot with Krishna Malhotra, the sister of famous actors Prem Nath and Rajendra Nath.

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  • Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

    Ketan Desai: Director Ketan Desai, filmmaker Manmohan Desai's son married Kanchan Kapoor, the daughter of Shammi Kapoor and Geeta Bali.

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  • Stars who married non-filmy members of Bollywood families

    Deven Verma: The noted comedian tied the knot with Rupa Ganguly, the daughter of thespian Ashok Kumar.

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Stars marrying within the fraternity is rather common in Bollywood. But, we look at some celebrities who married people belonging to filmy families, but are not part of Bollywood

 

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