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<br><b><br><br>REKHA </b><br><br>Their alleged off-screen romance may be the stuff of Bollywood folklore, but the Amitabh-Rekha pair certainly produced smouldering on-screen chemistry. Whether it was Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Khoon Pasina or Mr Natwarlal, the sultry Rekha held her own against intense Amitabh. The two appeared together for the last time in Silsila (1981).

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REKHA


Their alleged off-screen romance may be the stuff of Bollywood folklore, but the Amitabh-Rekha pair certainly produced smouldering on-screen chemistry. Whether it was Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Khoon Pasina or Mr Natwarlal, the sultry Rekha held her own against intense Amitabh. The two appeared together for the last time in Silsila (1981).

<br><b><br><br>PARVEEN BABI </b><br><br>Deewaar, Amar Akbar Anthony, Namak Halal, Khuddar, Kalia - some of Amitabh's biggest successes paired him with the glamorous Babi. They made 11 films together. "The audience liked us as a pair. She brought in a new, bohemian kind of leading lady to the screen, " Amitabh had said after Babi's tragic death in 2005.

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PARVEEN BABI


Deewaar, Amar Akbar Anthony, Namak Halal, Khuddar, Kalia - some of Amitabh's biggest successes paired him with the glamorous Babi. They made 11 films together. "The audience liked us as a pair. She brought in a new, bohemian kind of leading lady to the screen, " Amitabh had said after Babi's tragic death in 2005.

<br><b><br><br>RAKHEE </b><br><br>Rakhee and Amitabh became famous as a mature romantic pair after Kabhi Kabhie. The two produced five hits together including Kasme Vaade and Muqaddar ka Sikandar. Rakhee was not afraid of taking on roles that threatened her image as a youthful actor. She played AB's mother in Shakti and also his sister-in-law in Shaan.

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RAKHEE


Rakhee and Amitabh became famous as a mature romantic pair after Kabhi Kabhie. The two produced five hits together including Kasme Vaade and Muqaddar ka Sikandar. Rakhee was not afraid of taking on roles that threatened her image as a youthful actor. She played AB's mother in Shakti and also his sister-in-law in Shaan.

<br><b><br><br>VINOD KHANNA </b><br><br>With movies like Khoon Pasina, Hera Pheri and Muqaddar Ka Sikander, the Amitabh-Vinod Khanna partnership resulted in some great entertainers that combined crackling dialogues, action and comedy. The dashing Khanna, who also ruled Bollywood in the '70s, was at one time even perceived as the biggest threat to AB's star status.

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VINOD KHANNA


With movies like Khoon Pasina, Hera Pheri and Muqaddar Ka Sikander, the Amitabh-Vinod Khanna partnership resulted in some great entertainers that combined crackling dialogues, action and comedy. The dashing Khanna, who also ruled Bollywood in the '70s, was at one time even perceived as the biggest threat to AB's star status.

<br><b><br><br>SHASHI KAPOOR </b><br><br>Shashi Kapoor and Amitabh provided the perfect foil to each other in their many films together. Kapoor's urbane and easygoing presence worked very well with Amitabh's intensity. They are best remembered for their roles in Deewaar but they had other big hits to their credit including Namak Halal, Do Aur Do Paanch, Trishul and Shaan.

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October 6, 2012





SHASHI KAPOOR


Shashi Kapoor and Amitabh provided the perfect foil to each other in their many films together. Kapoor's urbane and easygoing presence worked very well with Amitabh's intensity. They are best remembered for their roles in Deewaar but they had other big hits to their credit including Namak Halal, Do Aur Do Paanch, Trishul and Shaan.

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