Well-known second marriages in Bollywood

 Dharmendra and Hemamalini:

Dharmendra married Prakash Kaur, his first wife, when he was 19 years old, in 1954. Dharmendra’s second marriage took place following the success of his blockbuster ‘Sholay,’ and the on-screen couple of Veeru and Basanti embraced one other in holy matrimony off-screen as well. Despite having done multiple films earlier, Dharmendra is said to have fallen in love with Hema Malini on the set of ‘Sholay.’

Dharmendra, on the other hand, was able to keep both of his marriages, despite having to switch his religion to do so. Dharmendra has two sons, Sunny and Bobby Deol, who are both well-known in the Hindi film industry, as well as two daughters, Vijeeta and Ajita, from his first marriage. The legendary actor has two daughters from his marriage to Hema Malini: Esha Deol, who is also a well-known figure in the film industry, and Ahana Deol.

Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor:

Though the much-anticipated marriage of Chhote Nawab Saif Ali Khan and the stunning Kareena Kapoor has yet to take place, the two are frequently spotted together. Saif Ali Khan married Amrita Singh, a significantly older woman, in October 1991, and they have two children together: son Ibrahim Ali Khan and daughter Sara Ali Khan. Saif and Amrita later called off their 13-year marriage in 2004. Saif began dating Kareena Kapoor in 2007, and the couple made their relationship public in 2009.

Aamir Khan and  Kiran Rao

Reena Dutta, who had a brief role in Aamir Khan’s film ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’ and later supported him during the making of ‘Lagaan,’ married him in 1986. In 2002, Aamir filed for divorce from Reena, ending their 15-year marriage.

Junaid and Ira, their two children, now live with their mother, who obtained custody after the divorce. Aamir married Kiran Rao in 2005, who worked as an assistant director for Ashutosh Gowarikar on the set of ‘Lagaan.’ Azad Rao Khan is the name of the couple’s son.

Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty

Raj Kundra, a multimillionaire, married the stunning Shilpa Shetty in a dream wedding in November 2009. The bride and groom were inseparable, and they are now the joyful parents . However, life for the two was not always that glitzy. Raj Kundra’s second wife, Shilpa Shetty, began dating him after he divorced his first wife, Kavita. Raj has a daughter with Kavita. In a matter of days, rumours went viral, and many people blamed Shilpa for the breakup in Raj-paradise. Kavita’s However, the two ex-husbands later clarified that Shilpa had nothing to do with Raj’s divorce.

Boney Kapoor and Sridevi:

When the stunning Sridevi entered his life, film producer Boney Kapoor was married to Mona Shourie Kapoor. What followed was a storey about love, marriages, and treachery, or so the storey goes. Boney Kapoor has a son Arjun, who recently debuted in the Hindi film industry, and a daughter Anshula from his first marriage.

Mona Kapoor never had a formal divorce from Boney Kapoor, and she raised her children in Boney’s parents’ home. Boney Kapoor married Sridevi in 1996, and they have two kids, Jhanvi and Khushi, together. In March 2012, Boney Kapoor’s first wife died.

Kamal Hassan and Sarika:

Kamal Haasan’s marriage to Vani Ganapathy, a dancer, was a low-key event. In 1978, the two married. The couple married for ten years before splitting up when Kamal Haasan began dating Sarika. Haasan and Sarika’s relationship had been scrutinised from every perspective, and the pair had lived together from 1988 till the birth of their second child. Kamal Haasan has two children from his second marriage, Shruti Haasan and Akshara Haasan.

 Kishore Kumar and Madhubala:

The marriage of Kishore Kumar and Madhubala was one of the most contentious and unusual in the past. Kishore Kumar was a married man when he proposed to an ailing Madhubala, and she was preparing to travel for London for treatment. Kishore Kumar’s parents refused to recognise his marriage to a Muslim woman, and his first marriage to Ruma Guha Thakurta was never pronounced null and void.

The marriage of Kishore Kumar and Madhubala lasted nine years, until the latter died in 1969 due to illness.

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