Khans of Bollywood who married outside religion

In Bollywood film stories, when you are in love, you get married no matter how much the society and family discourages you. Following the trend of Bollywood and proving true love to each other, here are few Bollywood Khans who have proven their true love to their sweethearts and got married despite the odds and religion barriers.

Shahrukh Khan and Gauri Chhibber: The Bollywood heartthrob and heartbeat of millions, Shahrukh Khan was already married to Gauri Chhiber when he entered the Film Industry. Despite of the different religions, social stigmas of Indian society, and Gauri’s parents’ totally against the marriage, Shahrukh proved his true love to Gauri and they both got married. It was no less than a Bollywood masala film story and the couple is one of the iconic coupes of India.

Shahrukh Khan and Gauri ChhibberArbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan: Handsome Arbaaz met superhot Malaika and they fell in love. Their families had no particular problem in marriage so they happily had a Church wedding. Arbaaz and Malaika are one of the hottest married couple in the tinsel town.

Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan

Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor: Beyond any words, Saif and Kareena’s wedding was no less than a Bollywood super hit film. They had difference in age, different religions, but the love was so strong that even today, they are of the loveliest couples in Bollywood.

Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor

Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao: Amir Khan is the mister perfectionist of Bollywood and his second marriage toKiran Rao seems to be a great decision. Both Amir and Kiran are in love with the idea of perfect Cinema and they enhance each others personality.

Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao

Imran Khan and Avantika Malik: Delhi Belly and Jane Tu Ya Jaane Na fame, Imran Khan got married to his long time sweetheart, Avantika and the news of broke many hearts of the cute heartthrob’s fans. Their romance bloomed when Imran was learning lessons on acting in Los Angeles. The decade long romance followed by a happy married life sounds like a sweet love story, isn’t it?

Imran Khan and Avantika Malik

Irrfan Khan and Sutapa Sikdar: Irrfan and Sutupa met in Delhi where both of them were taking classes in National School of Drama. Later the romance turned to marriage and today after almost twenty years of their marriage to each other, they share the same intensity of love, romance and care for each other.

Irrfan Khan and Sutapa Sikdar

Fardeen Khan and Natasha Madhvani: As we all know that Fardeen Khan was a heartthrob actor and many girls were mad for his killer look, but Fardeen’s heart was secure with someone since his childhood. When the news of Fardeen Khan’s wedding with Natasha Madhvani (daughter of Mumtaz) came up, there was no surprise as the couple was madly in love with each other and everyone was just waiting to see them wed locked.

Fardeen Khan and Natasha Madhvani

Zayed Khan and Malaika Parekh: Cousin Brother of Fardeen Khan, Zayed Khan also came forward to join the bandwagon of the Khans who married outside the religion. Zayed was seen in popular Bollywood films including Main Hoon Na where he shared the screen with Shahrukh Khan. Zayed was in love with his childhood girlfriend Malaika and when it came to marriage, the couple went against all the odds and tied the knot.

Zayed Khan and Malaika Parekh

Sohail Khan and Seema Sachdev: Just like his brother Arbaaz, Sohail also fell in love with a Hindu girl, Seema. He wanted to marry her but the families had some issues, so the couple eloped and got married on the same day when his first film as director, Pyaar Kiya to Darna Kya, was released.

Sohail Khan and Seema Sachdev.

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  1. Matheikal says:

    Great. Kudos to Bollywood secularism.

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