List of Hindi film families

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Within the Indian film industry, there is a common, recurring theme of many members of a family participating in the film industry.wikipedia
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For South Indian film families, see List of South Indian film families and for Indian music families, see List of Indian music clans.
For actors who featured in predominantly Hindi films rather than South Indian films, see List of Hindi film clans.

List of Indian music families

List of Indian music clans
For South Indian film families, see List of South Indian film families and for Indian music families, see List of Indian music clans.
For Indian film families, see Lists of Indian film clans (For Hindi film families, see List of Hindi film clans).

Dev Anand

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Part of the Anand family, he co-founded Navketan Films in 1949 with his elder brother Chetan Anand.

Baba Azmi

Sayyid Baba Azmi is an Indian film cinematographer and member of the Akhtar-Azmi film family.

Chetan Anand (director)

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He was the eldest brother of the Anand family as he was the elder brother to Hindi film actor-directors, Dev Anand and Vijay Anand.

Pooja Bhatt

Born into the Bhatt family, she is the daughter of Indian filmmaker, Mahesh Bhatt.

Alia Bhatt

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Born into the Bhatt family, she is the daughter of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt and actress Soni Razdan.

Vijay Anand (filmmaker)

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He made most of his films for the in-house banner Navketan Films and was part of the Anand family.

Tanvi Azmi

Azmi is married to Baba Azmi, cinematographer and brother of Shabana Azmi, thus connected with the Akhtar-Azmi film family.

Vishal Anand

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He was born Bhisham Kohli and is a member of the Anand Family.

Veeru Devgan

Born into the Devgan family in Amritsar, he was married to Veena, and had four children with her, including actor Ajay Devgan and director Anil Devgan.

Abhay Deol

Born in the influential Deol family of the Hindi cinema, he began acting at a young age in theater productions at his school.

Vijayta Films

Vijayta Films Pvt Ltd is an Indian entertainment company owned by the Deol family.

Shabana Azmi

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His second wife is actress Shabana Azmi.
Later, she married Javed Akhtar, a lyricist, poet and Bollywood scriptwriter, on 9 December 1984, making her a member of the Akhtar-Azmi film family.

Onjolee Nair

Onjolee Nair is an Indian actress, dancer and a member of the Bhatt family.

Nanabhai Bhatt

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Bhatt was the patriarch of the Bhatt film family.

Shekhar Kapur

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The duo have written many commercially and critically successful movies all through the 1970s and 1980s like Yaadon Ki Baraat (Nasir Hussain), Deewaar (Yash Chopra), Dostana (Yash Johar), Sholay (Ramesh Sippy), Mr. India (Shekhar Kapoor) and Don – The Chase Begins Again (Farhan Akhtar).
Part of the Anand family, Kapur became known in Bollywood with his recurring role in the TV series Khandan in the mid-1980s and his directorial debut in the cult Bollywood film Masoom in 1983, which won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie for that year, before gaining widespread success with the science fiction film Mr. India (1987).

David Dhawan

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Dhawan's brother is actor Anil Dhawan and nephew is actor Siddharth Dhawan.

Tabu (actress)

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Azmi's nieces are actresses Farah Naaz and Tabu.

Farhan Akhtar

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The duo have written many commercially and critically successful movies all through the 1970s and 1980s like Yaadon Ki Baraat (Nasir Hussain), Deewaar (Yash Chopra), Dostana (Yash Johar), Sholay (Ramesh Sippy), Mr. India (Shekhar Kapoor) and Don – The Chase Begins Again (Farhan Akhtar).