Who is aditya chopra dating
Do Read: Raakhee And Gulzar Love Story: One Condition And A Fateful Night Which Broke Their Marriage Like any other girl, Rani too dreamt of her Prince Charming, and for Rani, Aditya, turned out to be a perfect match. As a human being, you can grow when you have a partner who is good. When I met him I discovered myself and when he met me, he discovered himself, which is very important in a relationship.” “Just like Shiv, he is calm, composed and is a one woman man who loves me as much as Shiva loved Parvati.And, of course, I am the Parvati in his life who can't see beyond him.While there were people who maligned Rani’s image, calling her a home-breaker, she had always maintained a dignified silence over this topic.Finally, after their marriage, Rani spoke about this whole thing.
Chopra thus forms an integral part of the brat-pack that entered Indian Cinema in the break-out of the late 1990s along with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Karan Johar, Ashutosh Gowarikar and Farhan Akhtar., As of November 2014, Chopra has directed the longest running theatrical film of World Cinema, produced the highest grossing film of Indian Cinema, and has theatrically distributed the second highest grossing film of Indian cinema.
According to Rani, she started dating Aditya, after his divorce was finalised.
“Contrary to all rumours, I started seeing him only when he was out of his divorce and was not my producer.
Chopra has written and produced a number of critically acclaimed and commercially successful films under the banner like Saathiya (2002), Veer-Zaara (2004), Hum Tum (2004), Bunty Aur Babli (2005), Fanaa (2006), Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008), New York (2009), Band Baaja Baaraat (2010), Ishaqzaade (2012), Ek Tha Tiger (2012), Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012), Shuddh Desi Romance (2013), The Dhoom Trilogy (2004, 2006 & 2013) and Gunday (2014).
Chopra has also tried to break away from typecast and forayed into production of off-beat films with unique subjects in projects like Kabul Express (2006), Chak De India (2007), Rocket Singh (2009), Aurangzeb (2013), Mardaani (2014), Titli (2014) (Chopra's entry into nu-Experimental Cinema), Detective Byomkesh Bakshi (2014) and Paani (2015) (Chopra's entry into Mainstream Hollywood), that do not necessarily fit into the realms of Masala films.
For Rani, nothing could have been more beautiful than that.