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The wedding season in Bollywood has returned, and this time it’s the wedding of Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal.

The two actors, who have been dating since 2019 and have been the talk of the town for quite some time, will finally marrying in big style at a beautiful Rajasthan resort.

Now, it’s fair to recollect several other equally lavish and super-expensive Bollywood weddings that resulted in divorces at the time of their wedding.

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Samantha Ruth Prabhu & Naga Chaitanya

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Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Naga Chaitanya wedded at a lavish wedding in Goa in 2017, for which they reportedly spent around Rs. 10 crores.

Despite spending a lot of money on their marriage and being pleased with each other for a long time, the couple chose to divorce this year.

Karisma Kapoor & Sanjay Kapur

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Karisma Kapoor, a Bollywood superstar from the early 2000s, married billionaire Sanjay Kapur in a lavish wedding ceremony in 2003.
However, a slew of marital issues and squabbles forced them to call it quits.

Hrithik Roshan & Sussanne Khan

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Hrithik made his acting debut in 2000 with Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, and while he quickly became a darling, he later broke hearts by marrying his childhood girlfriend Sussanne Khan in a lavish wedding that cost 3.5 crore rupees.

Unfortunately for both of them, they divorced in 2019, yet they still have a decent friendship.

Imran Khan & Avantika Malik

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Imran Khan married Avantika Malik in 2011 and the couple spent roughly Rs 5.5 crore on their wedding.

Despite being so close to each other, the two eventually drifted apart.

Manisha Koirala & Samrat Dahal

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Manisha Koirala was a well-known Bollywood actress who married top billionaire Samrat Dahal in a lavish ceremony in 2010.

The two married in a lavish ceremony in Kathmandu, but they eventually divorced in 2012.

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