​Kareena Kapoor - 3 Idiots  

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This one was so epic because Kareena Kapoor not only ditched her (admittedly annoying) fiance, who only talked in money language, but also rode an old, red scooter to reunite with Aamir Khan.

Deepika Padukone - Love Aaj kal

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Deepika wasn't exactly a runaway bride, but she bid adios the day after her wedding when she realised that she was in love with someone else.

Katrina Kaif - Namaste London

Katrina Kaif is hands down, the queen of runaway brides in Bollywood movies. She looked amaze-balls in the wedding dress she wore in Namastey London, right before she left the guy at the altar and took off to chase her 'already husband' according to Indian traditions (Akshay Kumar). Katrina also ran away from her wedding in Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahaani and Singh is Kinng and Mere Brother Ki Dulhan and Partner and Humko Deewana Kar Gaye and Maine Pyaar Kyu Kia and...phew, we lost count.

Alia Bhatt - Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania

This movie had an unexpected ending where the bride, Alia Bhatt, abandoned her fiance without a shred of chaos or drama in the family. She simply hopped onto a decorated truck and travelled to another city to marry the guy she actually loved.

Sonam Kapoor - Dolly Ki Doli

Dolly ki Doli was a film inspired by real life events. In the movie, Sonam Kapoor plays Dolly, a girl who marries several guys just to steal their money and take off before the first night even begins to begin.​

Parineeti Chopra - Shuddh Desi Romance

Filled with an endless loop of groom abandoning the bride and bride abandoning the groom incidents, this movie starred Parineeti Chopra who eventually goes to the washroom, lights a cigarette and runs away from her own wedding, giving the groom some taste of Karma.​

Nargis Fakhri - Main Tera Hero

This funny film stars Nargis Fakhri, and had many viewers question what's up when Nargis changes her mind about marrying the guy she was obsessed for months, and say yes to someone else.

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