It has been 10 years since Bachchan Jr married the ‘world’s most beautiful woman’ and made her the Bachchan Bahu in 2007.
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Rekha, who has been named this year's recipient of the Yash Chopra Memorial Award, made a hit Jodi with Amitabh Bachchan in films like Do Anjaane, Mr Natwarlal, Muqqaddar Ka Sikander, Imaan Dharam and the iconic Silsila. There was never a personal connection with him, that's the truth. There was no truth to the controversies and speculation" she told Simi Garewal. I want to have the honour of being associated with this person so what is stopping me? I'm here to be one of the lesser mortals who can just have a whiff of him and feel happy," Rekha, now 61, said on Rendezvous. I've yet to come across a woman who is so together. She was my Didibhai, she still is - no matter what happens nobody can take that away. Whenever we meet she's very sweet - she's not just civil, she's just herself," she said.
For years, gossip and media reports insisted the romance had spilled off-screen, ending in the Yash Chopra-directed Silsila in which a celluloid love triangle between Rekha and the Bachchans appeared to mirror the rumoured one from real life. Duniya bhar ka love aap le lijiyega and add some more - I feel that for that person. Amitabh Bachchan had been married for some years to Jaya Bhaduri when he and Rekha signed their first film together, 1976's Do Anjaane. "The fact that he was a married man doesn't make any kind of a difference. Nor was there a rift with Mrs Bachchan, whom she calls Didibhai (the Bengali word for elder sister), Rekha claimed then. Since Silsila, Rekha and Amitabh Bachchan have met only at public award shows. He's a very sweet human being and his memory is very sharp.
The former Miss World is mostly known as ‘Ash’ in Bollywood. We saw her in some of many memorable roles like ‘Devdas’, Jodhaa Bai in ‘Jodhaa Akbar’, ‘Umrao Jaan’ and many more.
Her first Bollywood film was ‘Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya’ in 1997 opposite to Bobby Deol.