Are you also captivated by the romantic couple reels of South Indian celebrities flooding your feed? While the tales of love between SRK-Gauri, Kajol-Ajay, and Deepika-Ranveer have long held the limelight, the South Indian film industry boasts a treasure trove of iconic couples with fairytale love stories and beautiful chemistry. In this collection, we introduce you to some of these remarkable couples and their heartwarming journeys of love that defy religious boundaries.
5 Iconic Couples In South Indian Film Industry
Ram Charan and Upasana Kamineni
Ram Charan, the Telugu superstar, married Upasana Kamineni in 2012. While Ram Charan hails from a Hindu family, Upasana is of the Kamineni family, which is predominantly Christian. Their union was a blend of both cultures and faiths, demonstrating their love's ability to transcend religious boundaries. Ram Charan and Upasana were blessed with a baby girl on June 20.
Allu Arjun and Sneha Reddy
Allu Arjun, a prominent Telugu actor, tied the knot with Sneha Reddy in 2011. Allu Arjun comes from a Hindu background, while Sneha Reddy belongs to a prominent and affluent business family. Though in the beginning their family disapproved of their relationship, their wedding was a grand celebration, showcasing their love's triumph over religious differences. The duo is blessed with two adorable kids, Allu Arha and Allu Ayaan. Read their love story here.
Dulquer Salmaan and Amal Sufiya
Dulquer Salmaan, the Malayalam actor, married Amal Sufiya in 2011. Dulquer and Amaal's relationship is a unique blend of love and arranged marriage. They knew each other from school but only connected romantically later. Dulquer's family and friends suggested Amaal as a potential match, and they kept encountering each other coincidentally. Their families eventually met, and their remarkable chemistry led to a seamless connection.
Mahesh Babu and Namrata Shirodkar
Mahesh Babu, the popular Telugu actor, married former Miss India Namrata Shirodkar in 2005. They first crossed paths in 2000 during the mahurat of their film "Vamsi." Although they felt a connection right away, they didn't express their love at that moment. As they spent time together on the film's set, their relationship blossomed, and by the end of the shoot, they were officially dating. In 2006, the couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Gautham. In 2012, Namrata gave birth to their second child, a daughter named Sitara, and today, the family of four is happily united. Read everything about this couple here.
Suriya and Jyothika Sadanah
In 1999, actor Suriya met Jyothika Sadanah during the filming of Poovellam Kettupar. Jyothika's dedication and sincerity captivated Suriya. Their love blossomed during Kaakha Kaakha (2003). Following the success of their film, rumours of their engagement swirled. Suriya and Jyothika had a low-key engagement to gain time to convince their parents about their relationship. After numerous family meetings, they tied the knot on September 11, 2006, despite belonging to different religions—Suriya is a Tamil Hindu, and Jyothika is a Punjabi Muslim. They are now proud parents to Diya and Dev.
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