10 Indian Divas Who Never Got Married



Tabassum Fatima Hashmir, better known as Tabu, is a 45-year-old virtuoso actress who has a reputation of making her performance appear as though it was never a performance. She’s an effortless actor who’s known for signing movies that receive critical acclamation than the ones which are only concerned with numbers. In 1985, Tabu made her debut in a film called Hum Naujawan when she was just fourteen.

Since then, her career has had an uphill climb with countless hits such as Maachis, Virasat, Kandukondain Kandukondain, Chandni Bar, Astitva, Maqbool, Haider, and Drishyam. She has won many accolades including the National Film Award (Best Actress), Six Filmfare Awards and the honorable Padma Shri Award.

Unlike most celebrities, Tabu has barely ever been splashed over the news regarding her love life or link-ups. Having said that, two years ago, the media speculated that she was seeing a businessman based in Mumbai.

In an interview, Tabu said that she believes in the phrase “Que Sera Sera” and is open to the idea of marriage and having children but doesn’t let that thought consume her. She also expressed that she’d never settle abroad. This only added more fodder to the rumours. Nevertheless, there’s no evidence that suggests that she has or is planning to marry this mysterious man.

Despite all these conjectures, this talented woman has remained unruffled, and we love that about her!

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  1. Many are destined to remain single in this world and not get married.Destiny plays vital part in everyone’s life.Many don’t get married for their medical personal problems which they don’t intend to disclose.Marriage is not for everyone even though you need companion in life for many reasons.Once you get older it becomes horrible for being single in life.During sickness and surgeries you need someone in life.Many are very unfortunate.Pity seeing many singles suffering in silence with no help from anyone.It is misery to remain single in life.

  2. marriage is for life, both for one one for both. you talk you fight you suffer and then you are happy ever after.

    • Fantastic.The Benefits and Happiness of Marriage will be felt by both Partners when they share the happyness and Sorrow of Happenings of Married Life is Equally Shared by Husband,Wife and Children.

  3. Marriage is not successful for everyone.In western life marriage has no meaning after having children.Still they claim as single.Looking for some rich fool to marry them.

  4. You are atypical Muslim who only think Thru Islamic prism.What has any religion to do with marriage.No religion makes it as a compulsory to marry.
    Please come out of islamic prism.

    • Sir/Madam,
      I’m afraid I do not understand your comment here.
      Agreed that Mister Mutaher wasn’t right by dragging in a community and writing against the western civilization. However, your own comment totally contradicts itself. You mentioned, ” What has any religion to do with marriage.” yet you bring in Islam by indicating that Muslims and Islam are as a repulsive subject.
      For your kind knowledge, kindly be informed that Islam doesn’t force marriage on any Muslim. Marriage is important in Islam but it isn’t mandatory to get married. Fate plays a huge role when it comes to marriage and not everyone is destined to get married. In fact, those who don’t have the fate to get married in their lifetime are promised a partner in the paradise.
      Kindly get your facts right before jumping your guns and degrading a religion or a community.

      Sincere regards,
      A Muslimah
      (P.S. I’m very well educated and am quite successful in my own career and no one can force me to get married if I don’t want to. Islam gives me the right to reject marriage proposals if I don’t like them. If that’s what you meant by being in a “prism” I’m happy to be confined in one.)

  5. Marriage is choice not force…
    Women all over the world are making it and probably don’t want to be controlled at all…then they might choose to remain unmarried… do their stuff their own way and move on with life…
    some ain’t got time for husband bullshits..

  6. Dear mutaher
    Pl leave india an go to Pakistan or bangladesh
    Or better Dubai may be. Unless u r leaning towards

  7. Guys stop your comments of marriage as experts , not all married people are happy and unmarried are in misery it’s every individuals personal choice , let’s keep ourself away from her personal life ,


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