Randhir was keen as well but there were problems at home and he wanted some time.
Finally, Babita reportedly gave him an ultimatum to marry her by January 1972 or break off with her if he couldn't commit.
Although highly regarded for her acting abilities, Rao's films to date had often not appealed to a wide audience.
Vivah (2006) made her a national star; it depicted the journey of two individuals from engagement to marriage.
Rao's portrayal earned her several awards, including Filmfare Best Female Debut Award (2003) and IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year, (2004).
Their contrasting personalities and differing expectations took a toll on their relationship and they eventually parted ways despite sharing two beautiful daughters, Karisma and Kareena.Randhir Kapoor, the eldest son of the legendary Raj Kapoor had everything going for him.He was handsome and successful with a bright future ahead of him.Her younger sister Preetika Rao is a model and a southern film actor.Rao attended school at Canossa Convent Girls School and graduated from Sophia College with a psychology degree.