Actor Dimple Kapadia had opened up about how she was as soon as scolded by her husband, actor Rajesh Khanna. In an outdated interview, Dimple recalled that whereas capturing for Jai Shiv Shanker, Rajesh Khanna wasn’t effectively however needed to greet the media. When she gave him strategies on how you can seem in entrance of the press he sternly requested her if she’s going to train him that. (Also Read | Mother’s Day: When Dimple Kapadia talked about making comeback after having two children, said ‘even men hid marriages’)

Jai Shiv Shanker (1990) was the primary and solely movie during which Dimple and Rajesh featured collectively. Directed by SA Chandrashekhar, the movie additionally starred Jeetendra, Poonam Dhillon, AK Hangal, Chunky Pandey, Sangeeta Bijlani, and Nirupa Roy, amongst others.

In an interview with Rediff in 2013, when requested how was it working with Rajesh, Dimple had mentioned, “It was very nice. The film shaped up very well, but there were financial problems. One time he was not well while we were shooting and he was supposed to come out on the balcony and wave to the press. I handed him my shawl and sunglasses and told him nicely, ‘Kakaji, when you go out, don’t look straight, your side profile looks better.’ He just looked up at me and said sternly, ‘Ab tum mujhe sikhaogi? (Now you will teach me?)’ I got so scared, folded my hands and apologised (enacts the whole thing). Oh, what a star! (smiles).”

Speaking about that includes in films after her marriage, Dimple mentioned, “Roti was a lovely film and had a good director, Manmohan Desai. Rajesh Khanna was to be my costar. It would have been very nice, I think. (Her role went to Mumtaz). Yes, Paap aur Punya was a downer (Sharmila Tagore eventually played the role).”

Dimple made her Bollywood debut with Bobby (1973) reverse late actor Rishi Kapoor. She married Rajesh the identical 12 months however they separated in 1982. The couple received divorced in 2012. They have two daughters–Twinkle Khanna (born in 1974) and Rinkie Khanna (born in 1977).

Dimple featured in lots of films together with Saagar (1985), Kaash (1987), Drishti (1990), Lekin (1991), Rudaali (1993), Gardish (1993) Krantiveer (1994), Dil Chahta Hai (2001), Leela (2002), Phir Kabhi (2008), Tum Milo Toh Sahi (2010) and What the Fish (2013). She additionally featured in Being Cyrus (2006), Luck by Chance (2009), Dabangg (2010), Cocktail (2012), Finding Fanny (2014) and Hollywood thriller Tenet (2020).

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