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Posted at: Jun 14, 2019, 7:36 AM; last updated: Jun 14, 2019, 7:36 AM (IST)

Will their chemistry work?

It’s a different level of chemistry that is displayed on screen when real-life couples get paired together in films. As Ranveer Singh recently said, “Who better to play my wifey than my wifey…” With Deepika Padukone joining hubby as on-screen wife in 83, there are few more real-life couples who will be seen together in the near future

The charming pair 
Alia Bhatt & Ranbir Kapoor
This duo is a charming pair and fans cannot wait to see them together on screen in Brahmastra. This is the first time we will get to see their on-screen chemistry.

Together forever 
Bipasha Basu & Karan Singh Grover 
Karan Johar Singh Grover and Bipasha Basu will soon be seen in a film together. The movie is titled as Aadat. The doting husband, Karan, has apparently said that given a choice, he would love to have her as part of every project he does!

Once more
Kajol & Ajay Devgn
This husband and wife jodi will be seen together in Tanhaji. Kajol and Ajay, who were last seen together in the film U, Me Aur Hum, are reuniting in Tanhaji after a decade. Kajol is playing Ajay’s wife in the film. 

Feels like love
Sara Ali Khan & Kartik Aaryan 
Though there are no confirmations of them officially dating each other, there have been constant rumours of their fondness towards each other. Well, we are just glad we get to see both on screen in Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aajkal 2. 

Music to the ear
Priyanka Chopra & Nick Jonas
Priyanka Chopra was recently seen with hubby Nick Jonas in Jonas Brothers’ music video Sucker. Reports suggest that the two are open to work together in films too!


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