Blog By mariam | 22-10-18
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Bollywood’s leading and top-rated actor Aamir Khan fell in love with Kiran Rao, a Brahmin girl from Bangalore. They got married in year 2005. They have set an example in front of everyone by marrying despite different religion.
He fell in love with Gauri Chibber, who is from Hindu Brahmin family. Apart from the strong resistance and disagreement for their relationship, they still followed their dreams. The disagreement of family and society did not stop them to tie the wedding knot.
This was one of the most talked about marriage of B-town. While there were many people who expected that the actress will change her religion after marriage, but nothing happened as expected. She decided to follow her own religion and remained Hindu
They look super cute together in reel and real life too. They are another good example of inter-religion marriage in Bollywood. They tied the know in 2012. Genelia is a Mangalorean Catholic and Ritesh is a Maharashtrian Hindu. They performed the wedding in both Maharashtrian and Christian style.
Sanjay Dutt met Maanyata whose real name is Dilnawaz Sheikh in 2006. After dating each-other for two years and knowing each-other well, they decided to get married. However, there is a huge age gap of 19 years between the couple, but it did not work as barrier for them.
Their love story is not less than a Bollywood movie story. The duo was so madly in love each-other that they run away when Sohail’s first movie as a director, “Pyaar Kiya to Darna Kya” was released. They married in different styles, first time in Arya Samaj rituals and later performed the Punjabi rituals as Seema is a Punjabi.
They met for the first time on the sets of “Dhoondthe Reh Jaoge (2009)” and fell in love. They were in a live-in relationship for a good time and knowing each-other well they finally got married. Kunal Khemu is Hindu and Soha Ali Khan is Muslim, apart from the religious difference nothing stopped them to tie the knot.