These celebrity women may be married to other famous people, but they’re still more popular and make more money.
Rao married actor Aamir Khan in December 2005. Before she married Aamir Khan, Kiran Rao was as an assistant director in Ashutosh Gowariker’s ‘Lagaan’ and later also assisted Gowariker on Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Swades’. She was made the chairperson of the Mumbai Film Festival – MAMI in 2015. Not only this, but she has also made a brief presence in Aamir Khan – starrer movie Dil Chahta Hai.
Well, we know she doesn’t need much of an introduction as Twinkle Khanna’s work in recent years has verbal sufficient about her. Her first book Mrs Funnybones sold over one hundred thousand copies and making her India’s highest-selling female writer of 2015, her newspaper columns are a huge hit. Twinkle Khanna is more than just her superstar husband Akshay Kumar’s wife. The actress also won the Outlook Award in 2016 for the most inspiring woman of the year.
Maanayata Dutt is the CEO of Sanjay Dutt’s production house. The lady is an active socialite and an activist, who is a regular face of social campaigns. A lot of people aren’t aware that she was known as Sara Khan in the film industry. Her aspirations to become a star ended when her father died, leaving the responsibility of the family business on her.
Seema Khan wife of Sohail Khan is a well-known fashion designer. Very few know that Seema had designed the whole look of the lead character in the popular television show ‘Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin’. Seema even launched a luxury concept retail boutique in Bandra, which is co-owned by Sanjay Kapoor and Sussanne Khan. She also owns a salon and beauty spa called Kallista, in Mumbai. Sohail and Seema’s dreamy, 19-year-long married life.
Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan is a film producer and an interior designer. She co-owns the production house and distribution company Red Chillies Entertainment in 2002. Gauri Khan also made a guest appearance in two of the film she has produced Om Shanti Om (2007) and Happy New Year (2014). In November, she made her debut on the list of Fortune India’s 50 Most Powerful Women in business.