The Bollywood is all about the glitz and glamour world which may appear too shiny but on the other side can be even called as a very fragile place for the relationships. One may hear a lot of stories of some of the most successful romances and marriages in Bollywood but at the same time there are separations as well. We can find equal amounts of divorces and breakups. The reasons are many including the incompatibility, ego issues, and infidelity that can lead to a broken relationship.
How about checking couples in Bollywood who shouldn’t have separated as under:
Ranbir-Deepika Padukone :
They have remained the most popular couple in B Town, however, their break up has been the most controversial till date. They had a dreamy affair and the two believed in “khullam khulla pyaar” and never hesitated to express their love in public. They came close with their film Bachna Ae Haseeno in Australia since then they shared both off and on screen chemistry a lot but alas they separated and the reason was Ranbir’s mom who didn’t like the lady Deepika as her bahu.
John Abraham and Bipasha Basu :
The have remained the hottest and steamiest pair in B Town. They worked in several movies together and shared some incredible chemistry in films like Jism which gives the hotness quotient to the next level. They also had a live-in for almost a decade but was ironic to see a very bitter break-up. Now we see the two happily married.
Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor :
Though both of them have their own happily married life with kids in their family to add up but once upon a time they remained big time lovers. Their public kisses and expression of love for each other made headlines too often. However, the two broke up and never talked about the reason of their separation.
Hrithik Roshan and Suzanne Khan :
The two had their fairy-tale kind of love story and their teenage romance are still remembered. After their early marriage, they remained good husband and wife till a decade and have two kids Hrehaan and Hridhaan. However, they parted their ways but still remain cordial with each other.