Jumat, 31 Desember 2010
Most memorable break-ups of the year 2010
Love stories are a common subject in Bollywood movies, and interestingly, Bollywood stars sometimes play out their on-screen roles in their real lives, too.
We bring you the most talked about break-ups of the decade.
Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan:
When a pretty woman meets a macho man, the combination is more than magical.
Katrina Kaif worked with Bollywood's most eligible bachelor, Salman Khan, for the first time in Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya, and the buzz about their relationship started making rounds almost immediately.
Salman and Katrina never commented on their romance. However, after Kat teamed up with Ranbir Kapoor in Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, news of fights and break-ups started floating around. Until Salman announced at an event that he was single.
Katrina also acknowledged the comment saying, 'If Salman says we've split, it must be true.'
But we'd still like to know why the two split up. Would Ranbir truely have had the courage to romance Salman's girl?
Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone
A Bangalore girl met a Mumbai boy, and it became a love story.
We were excited to see the two most successful young actors declaring their love to the whole world on a magazine cover that read 'Truly Madly and Deeply'.
But after some reel life break-ups - Love Aaj Kal - Deepika had one of her own.
In a recent episode of Koffee with Karan, Deepika revealed that 'Ranbir needs to brush up his boyfriend's skills'. Ouch!
So is that why broke things off with Ranbir, or did it have to do with a certain Katrina Kaif?
Kareena Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor:
The long-term, romantic relationship between Shahid Kapoor and Kareena got jinxed by 'many factors'.
No, we don't blame Saif Ali Khan at all!
We understand that such things happen - Shahid was busy shooting for Kismet Konnection and Kareena was busy with Tashan.
All we know is that the speculations about Shahid and Vidya Balan's link-up took a back seat when Kareena and Saif came out hand-in-hand at the 2007 Lakme Fashion Week.