Happy birthday Hema Malini: How she fell in love with Dharmendra instantly but ‘never took him away from his first family’
On Hema Malini’s birthday, here is revisiting her old interview about how she fell in love with Dharmendra at first sight but ensured that his first family ‘never felt (her) intrusion in their lives
Days of old hotshots Hema Malini and Dharmendra have been cheerfully hitched for over forty years now. At the point when they became hopelessly enamored during the 1970s, he was at that point wedded to Prakash Kaur.
At the point when Hema in the long run wedded Dharmendra, she guaranteed that the 'marriage hurt no one'. She said that she would not like to destroy his first family. On her 72nd birthday, here is returning to the thing she said about her marriage.
In a meeting with Deccan Chronicle a year ago, Hema stated, "The moment I saw Dharam ji, I realized he was the man for me. I needed to go through my time on earth with him. I additionally needed to ensure that the marriage hurt no one. His first spouse and kids have never felt my interruption in their lives. I wedded him, however I never removed him from his first family."
Dharmendra, who wedded Prakash at a youthful age, has four youngsters with her - children Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol, and little girls Ajeeta and Vijeta. Hema wedded Dharmendra on May 2, 1980. They have two little girls - Esha Deol and Ahana Deol.
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Prior this year, Hema and Dharmendra commended their 41st wedding commemoration. Notwithstanding, they were separated on their exceptional day. While he was at his ranch, she was at their habitation in Mumbai.
Hema imparted an image to Dharmendra on Twitter and composed close by it, "Dharam ji and I thank every one of the individuals who have wished us on our wedding commemoration today. It is your gifts and great wishes that have consistently been with us all of us these years."
Hema and Dharmendra were one of the most famous on-screen pairings of the 1970s and featured together in various fruitful movies including Sholay, Seeta Aur Geeta, Dillagi and Dream Girl.