One of the most painful feelings in the world is dealing with heartbreak. The feeling that the person you love doesn’t love you can leave you with a lifetime of heartache.
While we as commoners think that we are the only ones who go through it and celebrities have it easier, time to get a reality check. No matter what your bank balance is or how high your name is on Google rankings, fame and popularity don’t give you a discount on pain.
Pain and heartbreaks leave no one and everyone has to endure their own shares of it. Bollywood breakups are worse because the world is round and you might be offered movies and events with your exes and the choice is obvious one can’t let go career right?
During one of the recent press interviews for Jagga Jasoos, Ranbir Kapoor spoke about heartbreak and how he got over with his heartbreak from Katrina. And then we looked back and realized that they’re not the only ones.
There have been times when celebrities have opened up about their heartbreaks and breakups to teach us a thing or two about them. Read on.
- Alia Bhatt
I was 16 years old when a breakup happened. I was young. I used to be with friends to overcome from my Breakup. Today, I might just go on holiday or focus on my work. I will not feel that bad. (But) I will feel bad.
- Miley Cyrus on Liam Hemsworth
I was so scared of ever being alone, and I think, conquering that fear, this year, was actually bigger than any other transition that I had, this entire year.
- Ranbir Kapoor on breaking up with Katrina Kaif
Whatever I feel at that time, I’m over it. I don’t want to bring that negativity back in my life or say anything that will diss people. It’s fine. we’re actors. It’s part of our show business.