They say marriages are made in heaven and celebrated on Earth. We bring you the rare and unseen wedding pictures of your favourite Bollywood stars and their love story.
We all love watching our favourite stars romancing on screen. But when it comes to real life love stories of our superstars, who wouldn't want to know more about their love affair and marriage.
Gauri married Shahrukh Khan at the age of 21 when SRK was nothing, and he was working hard to create an identity in Bollywood. Gauri's parents were against this marriage as Shahrukh was from a different religion. Shahrukh even changed his name to Abhinav to make them feel that he was a Hindu boy. However, later he told the truth to Gauri's parents and convinced them for the marriage.
It is said that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan fell in love during the shooting of Umrao Jaan. The couple got married on April 20, 2007. Their star studded wedding was no less than a fairytale.
Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna worked in few films together before tying the knot. The Khiladi Kumar had dated several other actresses before he met Twinkle. The couple tied the knot on January 14, 2001.
Hrithik Roshan saw Sussanne first time on a traffic signal and fell in love with her. He saw her again at a wedding, where he told his friend Uday Chopra, "You see that girl there; I am going to marry her someday." Hrithik finally married Sussanne on December 20, 2000.
Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya worked together in many films before getting hitched. The couple got married in 1973 after a long courtship.
Shahrukh Khan revealed on micro blogging site Twitter how he met his lady love Gauri, Shahrukh Khan wrote, "Met Gauri at those school parties where girls & boys sat in opposite corners & asked each other for a dance."
In the party, Gauri was dancing with someone and Shahrukh told his friend to ask Gauri to dance as SRK was feeling shy. His hopes went crashing down when she lied that she was waiting for her boyfriend. But there was no boyfriend but her brother that she was referring to.