Feb 18, 2020

Love Affairs of Shahid Kapoor Before Marriage

Bollywood chocolate boy Shahid Kapoor is getting married with Mira Rajput tomorrow on 7 July 2015 and a grand ceremony was being organised to celebrate the wonderful occasion at Oberoi hotel which is located at Gurgaon. The marriage invitations are already being distributed and about 500 guests are being invited. But we are here to discuss about something else and something personal about Shahid who was being called by the name of Shadu by Mira Rajput with love.

Shahid Kapoor has always remain quite popular because of her love affairs with various actresses in the past and we are about to present you all the list of actresses who are being dated by Shahid Kapoor earlier :-

Premarital Affairs of Shahid Kapoor

Hrishitaa Bhatt – Shahid Kapoor and Hrishitta Bhatt were dating way before the actor made her debut in 2003 film Ishq Vishk and suddenly they broke up but the reason in not yet known

Amrita Rao – Amrita Rao and Shahid Kapoor were also rumored to be dating each other and they have also worked together in many movies including Ishq Vishk, Vivaah, Shikhar and Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi!

Priyanka Chopra – In the recent years there were rumors of Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra marriage as they got too much closer to each other but things doesn’t turned down well for this couple and they broke up.

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Kareena Kapoor Khan – The Jab We Met duo of Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan remained in relationship with each other for many years but due to some tiff between them they got seperated on a bad note.

Sania Mirza – Tennis sensation Sania Mirza and Shahid Kapoor dated each other for too many years but they parted their ways to concentrate on their careers.

To see the wedding card of Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rasjput marriage click here

Arjun Grover

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