Bengali Beauties of Bollywood Who Married a Punjabi Munda

So what happens when a Bengali girl falls in love with a full-on Punjabi boy? A beautiful match! Bollywood has witnessed a lot of Bengali actresses since a long time, who have impressed us with their acting skills and stunning looks. And these Bong beauties further stunned by a Punjabi Munda and decided to tie the knot with him. Check out:

1) Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover

Bipasha Basu married Karan Singh Grover in 2016. Grover was born on 23 February 1982 in New Delhi, India to a Punjabi Sikh family. The couple fell in love while they were shooting for a film Alone together. It was Bipasha’s first marriage to Karan whereas Karan married twice before marrying her.

2) Reema Sen and Shiv Karan Singh

Reema Sen married businessman Shiv Karan Singh in 2012. He is a Punjabi and Delhi-based businessman. She gave birth to their first child, son Rudraveer, on 22 February 2013.

3) Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra

This Bengali beauty fell in love with ace director-producer Aditya Chopra who is a Punjabi. He is the son of the late legendary director of Bollywood Yash Chopra who born in Lahore, Punjab (now Pakistan ). The couple has a daughter named Adira.

4) Konkana Sen Sharma and Ranvir Shorey

A Punjabi boy from Jalandhar India married Bengali beauty and one of the finest actress Konkana Sen Sharma in 2010. The couple had a son named Haroon.

5) Kajol and Ajay Devgn

Ajay Devgn’s father belongs to Amritsar Punjab. He was born in Delhi and debuted in Bollywood with Phool Aur Kaantein. The shy guy fell in love with a girl who was totally opposite to him and talked a much. Yes, we are talking about bubbly actress Kajol. The couple grabbed the headlines when they married in 1999.

6) Rakhee and Gulzar

The beautiful veteran actress Rakhee fell in love with Sampooran Singh Kalra popularly known as Gulzar. He is a legendary Film director, lyricist, screenwriter, producer, poet, author. He was born in a Kalra Sikh family, to Makhan Singh Kalra and Sujan Kaur, in Dina, Jhelum District, British India (now in Pakistan).