If Shah Rukh is considered the king of romance, Kajol has a big part to play in it. The couple has always made magic on the silver screen. Their being married never came in between their celluloid image and on-screen chemistry. Nine years after “Kabhi khushi kabhi gum”, “My name is Khan” proved that this is an all-time super hit couple.
Films: “Dilwale dulhaniya le jayenge”, “My name is Khan”, “Kabhi khushi kabhi gum”, “Baazigar”, “Kuchh kuchh hota hai” and “Karan Arjun”.
Suraj hua maddham K3G
Tujhe dekha to ye jana sanam: DDLJ
Mehendi laga ke rakhna: DDLJ
Larki bari anjani hai: Kuchh kuchh hota hai
Baazigar o baazigar: Baazigar
Yeh kaali kaali aankhein: Baazigar
Hritik Roshan- Aishwarya Rai Bachhan
It won’t be surprising if Abhishek felt jealous watching Aishwarya and Hritik’s on-screen chemistry and some intimate moments. This most glamorous on-screen pair has worked in blockbusters as well as movies that were off the beaten track.
Films: “Dhoom 2”, “Jodha Akbar”, “Guzaarish”.
Dhoom macha le: Dhoom 2
Udi udi aakhon se udi udi: Guzaarish
Akshay Kumar-Katrina Kaif
The present couple that seems to guarantee the producers’ cash registers ringing is Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif. Producers are ready to invest Rs 50 crore on them without thinking. Recently released “Tees maar khan” was the only movie where the couple didn’t see a huge hit. But despite a mindless story, the couple’s on-screen chemistry was appreciated.
Films: “De danadan”, “Namaste London”, “Singh is King”, “Tees maar khan”, “Welcome”, “Humko diwana kar gaye”.
Sheila ki jawani: Tees maar khan
Teri oor, teri oor: Singh is king
Rafta rafta: Namaste London
Yahi hota pyaar: Namaste London
Gale lag jaa: De danadan
Paisa paisa karti: De danadan
Anil Kapoor-Madhuri Dixit
Anil Kapoor, who went from Bollywood to Hollywood stepped into the movie industry in 1979. Having worked with several heroines, Anil’s best on-screen pair was with Madhuri Dixit and it started in 1988’s “Tezaab”. After the movie’s grand success, the couple became the most happening one through the 1980s and 1990s. Be it the kissing scene in “Parinda” or the dhak dhak song in “Beta”, their on-screen chemistry was unmatched.
Tumse milkar: Parinda
Dil dhak dhak: Beta
O ram ji: Ram Lakhan
Keh do kit um ho meri: Tezaab
So gaya ye jahan: Tezaab
Koyal se teri boli: Beta
Kismat se tum: Pukaar
The first couple to bring alive romance on the silver screen was Raj Kapoor and Nargis. It was love at first sight for Raj. As he said in an interview, “By the time I was 22, I was married and a father. I wanted to make ‘Aag’ and shoot in Famous Studios. Jaddanbai was also shooting there. I wanted to meet her and so went to her home in the evening. When I rang the bell to her home at Marine Drive, a 16-year-old girl with disheveled hair opened the door. I couldn’t stop looking at her. She looked like a fairy. A lock of hair had fallen on her right eye and it looked like she was looking at me with just one eye.” These emotions for Nargis were also seen on the screen.
Films: “Awara”, “Shri 420”, “Aah”, “Barsaat”, “Chori chori”, “Andaaz”, “Jaagte raho”.
Pyaar hua ikraar hua: Shri 420
Awara hoon: Awara
Jaane na nazar: Aah
Aja sanam madhur chandni mein hum: Chori chori
Aja re ab meria dil pukare: Aah
Barsaat mein: Barsaat
Aaj hum kahin dil kho baithe: Andaaz