Wives Of Indian Politicians Who Are More Gorgeous Than Bollywood Beauties
India is a country where everyone talks about being open-minded but yet everyone wants a hot and beautiful woman as their wife. The media, the people, and almost everyone talking about the beauty of women, and everyone is so obsessed with the beautiful wives of sports personalities and film stars, but the area where media is not paying a lot of attention to is the life of the politicians. The politicians seem to be the winners here in the game of having the most gorgeous wives, who can easily outshine the actresses working in the film industry.
These women stay away from the camera and live a staunch personal life. Many of the marriages performed in the families of politicians are done for some political benefit, just like old times. Remember how the Mughal Emperor Akbar married Jodha, the princess of Amer for political benefits? Moreover, these women are also very successful in their lives like their husbands. Some of these women are also a part of the politics.
Let’s take a look deeper into the lives of politicians. Here we have a list of 5 gorgeous wives of Indian politicians, who can give the Bollywood actresses a run for their money. Check the list out, below!
Sarah Abdullah Pilot
She is the wife of Sachin Pilot. They were in love and tied the knot in 2004. Sarah is the daughter of the former chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir Farooq Abdullah. Their love stands strong, despite being from different religions, in a country where Hindus and Muslims are often in conflict. They both have reached their goals, despite all the differences and difficulties in their relationship.
Sarah and Sachin had met when they were studying in London. Sachin introduced this beautiful woman to his family and the family had no objection. They both are doing well in their careers. Sarah is an entrepreneur and also an established Yoga teacher.
Pooja Shetty Deora
In 2008, Pooja Shetty, the daughter of Manmohan Shetty who is a film producer, married the former Union minister and Congress leader, Milind Deora. Milind also happens to be the chief of the Wake Water Media Company. Pooja is herself a producer of films.
Priyadarshini Raje Scindia
Priyadarshini Raje is the daughter in law of the Scindia family. She belongs to the Gaekwad family which is from Baroda. In 1994, Priyadarshini Raje tied the knot with Jyotiraditya Scindia. Jyotiraditya is a member of parliament and is counted amongst the richest politicians in the country. Despite being married to a politician she has that poise and beautiful character that many rich women do not show any sign of.
In 2008, she was inducted in the best dressed Hall of fame. She actively participates in the projects that are related to the welfare of children. Moreover, she is counted in the list of 50 most beautiful women in the country.
Raj Laxmi Yadav
Raj Laxmi Yadav, who is the daughter of one of the biggest politicians from Bihar, Lalu Prasad Yadav, became the daughter in law to the family of Tej Pratap Singh, in 2015. Tej Pratap Singh is the great-nephew of Mulayam Singh Yadav, who is one of the biggest politicians from Uttar Pradesh. The wedding took place in Delhi. In her wedding, Raj Laxmi was the star of the show, and she got a lot of attention for her amazingly crystallized Lehenga, that was embedded with Swarovski.
The wedding proved to establish a great relationship between the two powerful families. Raj Laxmi, the youngest daughter of Lalu Prasad Yadav, enjoys a happy married life, despite her arranged marriage. The wedding was amongst the most talked and the grandest political wedding gala of all time.
Dimple Yadav is the wife of the former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav. They both got married in the year 1999. Dimple is known to be short-tempered, just like her husband. She is from a Rajput family and her father was a retired Indian Army colonel. Dimple is a graduate in commerce from the Lucknow University and got married when she was only 21 years old. Dimple is now a member of parliament from the Kannauj constituency.