One of B-Town’s coolest lovebirds, Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, are apparently headed for a split.
The much-in-love couple, who even share a plush apartment in the suburbs of Mumbai, has been having issues in their romance ever since RK went on a publicity tour with ex-flame Deepika Padukone, says a popular website.
If you fans remember, RK and Deepika were going great guns when the former cheated on DP with Katrina Kaif on the sets of Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahani.
Now with the former lovers uniting for the promotions of their recently released flick Tamasha, looks like Kat has become insecure. Perhaps that’s what is driving the good looking stars apart?
Their hush-hush affair has always been media fodder. From their romantic holidays to leaked personal pictures to their moving-in-together, they have been in the limelight for more reasons than their respective film careers. In fact, the IT couple of Bollywood were even rumored to be walking down the aisle in 2016.
If you diehard RK-DP fans are hoping for a reunion of the former lovers, let us tell you that DP and her Bajirao are going stronger than ever.
Will RanKat’s alleged break-up be messy? Considering how they still have portions of Anurag Basu’s Jagga Jassoos left to be filmed, things could get icky between the duo. Interestingly, RK’s cousin Kareena Kapoor shot for Jab We Met with her ex-boyfriend Shahid Kapoor after their public break-up.
Ranbir and Deepika, who make a sizzling pair on and off screen, were the talk of the town for their aggressive promotional tours, which was not taken kindly by Kat.
We will leave you with this quote from Kat’s recent GQ interview, "I am not as close to Ranbir’s family as I would like. But I would like to hang out with them more. Family would be a defining factor when I make the decision to marry. I am a very responsive person. So, if my partner gives me what I need, I can be the best girlfriend you can wish for.”
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