Whether it is small screen or big screen, saas-bahu relationship has always been portrayed in sour and bitter way, but hardly any between saas-jamai! But there are some stars of tinsel town who really gel-up with their real life celebrity mother-law-laws. At least in public they are quite friendly!
Aishwarya Rai and Jaya Bachchan
Although there have been many news about dispute between Aishwarya and Jaya, when it comes to public appearance, this saas-bahu jodi rocks.
Saif Ali Khan and Babita
Saif is undoubtedly a true ‘jamai’. Whether it is saasu-ma Babita’s birthday bash or Kapoors get-together, Chote Nawab always try to be part of it.
Kareena Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore
They are known to be one of the most talked about mother-in-law and daughter-in-law of tinsel town. Sharmila Tagore used to rule millions of hearts during her time and now her bahu, Kareena, is one of the leading ladies of the industry.
Akshay Kumar and Dimple Kapadia
No matter what kind of relationship Dimple Kapadia and yesteryear superstar Rajesh Khanna used to share, Akshay Kumar always proved himself to be a son to his in-laws.
Malaika Arora Khan and Salma Khan
Khans are known for their strong family bond. Sexy Malika and Salma have been spotted many times together posing for photographs, especially at charity events.
Rani Mukerji and Pamela Chopra
Rani has always proved herself an ideal bahu. She has been a constant support to mom-in-law Pamela and hubby Aditya in their hard times.
Genelia D'Souza and Vaishali Deshmukh
Genelia and her mom-in-law Vaishali are always seen sharing a 'mother-daughter' relationship.
Sharmila Tagore and Kunal Khemu
Although Kumal Khemu and Sharmila Tagore have not been seen much together in public, that doesn't mean they don't share a warm relationship.
Neetu Singh and Krishna Kapoor
Like Khans…Kapoors are also known for their family closeness. Neetu Singh, who got married to Rishi Kapoor at a very young age shares a strong bond with her mom-in-law Krishna Kapoor.
Ajay Devgn and Tanuja
Ajay Devgn is another true ‘jamai’.