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Happy Birthday Raj Babbar: Raj Babbar divorced Nadira and married Smita Patil. Smita and Raj Babbar also have a son, whose name is Prateek Babbar. However, this marriage of Raj Babbar and Smita Patil did not last long.
Raj Babbar and Smita Patil: Raj Babbar is one of those stars of the film industry, who are active in the world of acting, but at the same time have a big role in politics. Raj Babbar Today is 70th birthday (Raj Babbar Birthday). Raj Babbar faced many ups and downs in his life, be it about professional life or personal life. Whenever there is talk of Raj Babbar, the name of veteran actress Smita Patil is definitely taken. That is because in the 80s, without caring about the society, Raj Babbar and Smita Patil had taken that step, which people still hesitate to think about.
Smita Patil and Raj Babbar took bold steps in the 80s
It is said that Smita Patil and Raj Babbar fell in love with each other during the 1982 film ‘Bheegi Palken’. Both of them loved each other so much that they decided to stay in live-in relationship without caring about the society. Raj Babbar was already married before falling in love with Smita Patil. He was married to Nadira and Raj Babbar had two children from her.
Despite being married, Raj Babbar fell in love with Smita Patil and for the sake of his love, the actor left his first wife Nadira. Writer Maithili Rao has written a biography of Smita Patil, which states that Smita Patil knew that someone’s house was being ruined because of her love, yet she did not retrace her steps.
Raj Babbar returned to his first wife after Smita’s death
Later, Raj Babbar divorced Nadira and married Smita Patil. Smita and Raj Babbar also have a son named Prateek Babbar, who is also an actor. However, this marriage of Raj Babbar and Smita Patil did not last long. Smita died a few days after giving birth to son Prateek. After Smita’s death, Raj Babbar returned to Nadira with his son Prateek. Everyone praises Nadira for not only adopting Raj Babbar back but also raising the child whose mother took her husband away from her.