Nothing marks a greater exclusive than roping in a power couple to pose for a magazine cover.
Considering the reluctance of Bollywood's celebrity couples to plug their 'together' status, this makes it all the more arduous for the endlessly ambitious editorial.
And that's what makes these couple covers all the more special. Take a peek:
Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
They're nothing short of Bollywood royalty and Vogue was only too excited to get them together for a long-due albeit smoking-hot cover, close on the heels of their latest release, Raavan.
Needless to say, the shoot garnered more notice than the critically-panned Mani Ratnam drama.
Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor
She's been dating the Chhote Nawab for nearly three years now but even now Bebo gets all blush and gush at the mere mention of her beau.
Her tattoo-personified 'Saifoo' is only too glad to reciprocate. Hopefully their next outing together -- Agent Vinod, will be as fetching as this Filmfare cover.
Hrithik and Susanne Roshan
Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan
He may romance the cream of Bollywood beauties but off-screen King Khan plays a devoted hubby to Gauri.
Initially he refused to pose with anybody other than the significant other on a magazine cover. Here's a fun picture of the two for Showtime's anniversary edition.
John Abraham and Bipasha Basu
The Jism duo are, undeniably, Bollywood's hottest package deals.
Watch the twain get seriously intimate for the shutterbug for one of Filmfare's sultriest covers.
Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna
He's an outsider-turned-superstar. She's a star kid-turned-entrepreneur.
Together, they're Bollywood's most hip and happening couples. L'officiel grabs the opportunity to flaunt this class act with a rather romantic spread.
Ajay Devgn and Kajol
Mr and Mrs Devgn strike a cozy pose and reaffirm their status as one of Bollywood's most rock-solid marriage.
Last seen together in the disappointing U, Me Aur Hum, the duo features in the upcoming live-action 3D caper, Toonpur Ka Superrhero.