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7 Bollywood Celebs Who Were Involved In A Fight With Media

There are actors who have even romanced their real-life sister-in-laws. It might sound awkward but for them, it’s their profession.

Take a look at the list of Bollywood actors romanced their real-life Sister-in-law on-screen

1. Rajesh Khanna and Simple Kapadia

Rajesh Khanna launched Dimple Kapadia’s younger sister Simple Kapadia, they worked together in her debut film Anurodh.

2. Naseeruddin Shah and Supriya Pathak

Supriya Pathak is the younger sister of Naseeruddin Shah’s wife Ratna Pathak. Naseeruddin and Supriya worked in films like Bazaar and Mirch Masala.

3. Anil Kapoor and Sridevi

Anil Kapoor and Sridevi’s Jodi was a hit during that era. They worked together in 14 films including Lamhe, Mr. India, and Judaai

4. Ajay Devgn and Rani Mukherjee

Kajol and Rani Mukherjee are first cousins. Although the sisters don’t seem to share a good relationship, Rani has worked with Ajay in two films, Chori Chori  and LOC-Kargil.

5. Saif Ali Khan and Karishma Kapoor

Before Saif married Kareena, Saif shared the screen with Karishma Kapoor in ‘Hum Sath Sath Hain’. Their Jodi was loved by all.

6. Uday Chopra and Rani Mukherjee

Now married to Uday Chopra’s elder brother Aditya Chopra, Rani Mukherjee once worked with brother-in-law Uday Chopra in “Mujhse Dosti Karoge.”

7. Randhir Kapoor and Neetu Singh

Neetu Singh’s debut film Rikshawala was with Rishi Kapoor’s elder brother Randhir Kapoor.

8. Raj Kapoor and Geeta Bali

Geeta Bali married Shammi Kapoor who is the younger brother of Raj Kapoor. They worked together in the film Bawre Nain.

9. Ashok Kumar and Madhubala

Madhubala was married to Kishore Kumar. Kishore Kumar was the younger brother of Ashok Kumar. Madhubala and Ashok Kumar worked together in two movies, Mahal and Howrah Bridge.

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