5 Women Who Proved Marriage Doesn't Stop You From Breaking the Box Office Records in Bollywood

For they're only getting better with age!




It's surprising how becoming married equals killing your career in Bollywood. But Bollywood beauties are not only breaking the barriers in terms of the roles they're getting in the industry, but also busting the myth that being married doesn't mean you've reached your expiry date as an actor...

Kareena Kapoor Khan

Kareena's always maintained that she wants to be an actor for as long as she lives. She got hitched to her long-time boyfriend Saif Ali Khan in 2012, and didn't let that damper her career in B-Town. Not only has she been consistently doing films with meaty roles, she's done some prettay path-breaking movies. Let's hope she'll keep that up post pregnancy as well!

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

She's one of the most beautiful actors in the industry, and her stunning performance in films like Sarabjit, Jodha Akbar has been widely appreciated. A mom, wife, and an international celebrity—Aishwarya surely knows how to maintain work-life balance.

Vidya Balan

Known for picking up the most unconventional roles in the industry, Vidya continued her streak of acting in women-oriented films even after she tied the knot with UTV's head honcho Siddharth Roy Kapur. Her recent performance in Te3n had critics going gaga over her andnow, we are eagerly waiting to see her in Kahaani 2!


Kajol was the queen of mainstream cinema back in the '90s and even after getting married to Ajay Devgn, she continued to rule the hearts of her fans with blockbuster films like Fanaa, My Name is Khan, et al. A mother of two, Kajol knows how to pick the right kind of projects and not do movies just for the heck of staying in news.

Madhuri Dixit Nene

She may not have done a whole bunch of movies post marriage, but Madhuri Dixit Nene still knows how to turn heads and make men go weak in the knees. With her prowess in dancing, she's judged multiple dance reality shows, giving constructive feedback to contestants to make them better, episode after episode.