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In Bollywood films, heroes are as important as heroes. Often films are hit only because of the villains. There have been many such villains in the film industry including Amrish Puri and Prem Chopra

The importance of which was not less than that of a hero, but there are always heroes in the limelight. Today we will tell you about the wives of these seven villains.

1) Shakti Kapoor-Shivangi Kapoor:

Everyone knows Shraddha Kapoor, the daughter of famous Bollywood villain Shakti Kapoor, but very few people know about Shakti Kapoor’s wife. Shakti Kapoor’s wife’s name is Shivangi Kolhapuri who is the sister of 80s actress Padmini Kolhapuri. They were married in 1982.

2) Gulshan Grover-Kashish:

Gulshan Grover has acted in over 400 films in his film career. Gulshan Grover was born on September 21, 1955, in New Delhi. He was very fond of acting since his childhood which led him to start acting in films soon after completing his studies.

Gulshan Kumar has been married twice. Gulshan’s first marriage was to Philomena but they divorced three years later. After which he married Kashish but also divorced him.

3) Ashutosh Rana-Renuka Shahane:

Ashutosh Rana gave a new identity to the role of a villain. Ashutosh is a resident of Madhya Pradesh who started his career journey from TV serial Swabhiman.

Ashutosh’s wife Renuka Shahane is also a well-known name in the industry. She has appeared in many big films. It happened during the shooting of Jayati. The two got married after dating each other and now they have two children Shauryaman and Satyendra.

4) Neil Nitin Mukesh-Rukmini Sahay:

Neil Nitin Mukesh has played the role of a villain in many films. His wife’s name is Rukmini Sahay. Rukmini also has a good fan following on social media.

5) Nikitin Dhir-Kritika Sanger:

You may have seen Nikitin Dhir in the Bollywood film Chennai Express. He has acted as a villain in many films due to his good body. Nikitin’s wife is Kritika Sanger, a popular TV actress who has done lead roles in many TV serials.


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