5 Better Halves Of Bollywood Actors We Would Like To See On-Screen
We’ve also figured out roles that will be perfect for them.
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Aayush Sharma first came into limelight when he started dating and Salman Khan’s sister Arpita and then eventually married her. A lot of people speculated how he may also be eyeing for a Bollywood career in the near future. All those speculations may finally come true with the recent rumours that have set tongues wagging.
According to reports, Aayush Sharma has been spotted at Karan Johar’s office in Khar on several occasions and there are now rumours that a solo film is being planned for him. Moreover, even Salman Khan has had a special meeting with both Karan and Aayush and the pre-productions are likely to kick off this July.
Besides Aayush, there are a number of other better halves of Bollywood biggies, such as Mira Rajput, who have received film offers and are considering a career in the film industry. So here’s some wishful thinking. Let’s take a look at some partners of famous actors whom we would love to see in a fictional setting.
Mira Rajput proved that she can be smart and sassy, by appearing in a Koffee With Karan episode with husband Shahid Kapoor. We are sure she can do a much better job than many young actresses in our country, and if we could give her a role – it would be in a romantic comedy where the guy tries all the tricks in the book to woo her.
Gauri Khan has made some special appearances in songs, but we’d like to see her in a full fledged role. Surely, living with SRK for so many years must have taught her a thing or two about acting. One role that would pe perfect for her – playing Aryan or Suhana’s mother in their debut film.
A lot of men in India are jealous of Daniel Weber, Sunny Leone’s husband. We think Weber should make these men more jealous by doing a steamy thriller where he shares some intimate moments with Sunny. Surely, if he is loved by Leone, he must be a rockstar in bed.
Radhika Apte’s husband Benedict Taylor is a musician, so he definitely knows a thing or two about being a showman. He can be perfect for the role of a heartbroken lover, who plays music to heal his wounds. It doesn’t have to be commercial cinema. A slow-paced, beautifully shot art film will do more justice to Benedict’s talent.
Imran Khan’s wife Avantika Malik has certainly got the looks (and sweetness) to be a Bollywood actress. Ideally, she and Imran should do a semi-autobiographical film based on incidents from their own lives.