Rumors have been abuzz since a long time that Katrina has officially ended her six-year long relationship with Ranbir, Salman Khan being the cause for the breakup. According to BollywoodLife.in, Katrina had a 2 hour long conversation with the Dabangg actor regarding this after which she took the final decision to ditch the failing relationship. Katrina has always maintained that she is still friends with Salman, thus giving fuel to the rumors.
However, another side to the story is that Katrina was visibly annoyed over Ranbeer’s closeness with Deepika Padukone at the time of Tamasha. “I can’t enforce my will on the people in my life. Their choices are their own. I may not be happy with them but I hope that as they mature or as they evolve, their choices will change”, Katrina was quoted as saying in an interview. It seems like old flames from the past haunted the lovers too much.
The two were rumored to have been dating since 2009 when they were shooting for Ajab Prem Ki Gajab Kahani and sadly their relationship ends at the time of their next release, Jagga Jasoos.
Grapevine has it that the actual reason they parted ways was due to “unresolved differences”. Though fans were going gaga over the couple, all was not well with the Kapoor Khandaan. Veteran actress Neetu Kapoor, the hot hunk’s mother did not seem to go down too well with Katrina. At Shashi Kapoor’s Christmas brunch last month, the differences showed all too more clearly when Neetu Kapoor did not accompany Katrina and Ranbir to the party. She cited the reason being her granddaughter wanting to see Santa Claus that day.
Things turned worse when the couple moved in together. However, on asking Katrina the reason for her breakup with Ranbir, all she said was “It is better to not speak about (my) personal life. Many times, you want to come out and speak your heart openly and just want to say exactly what you feel at the moment. But from my personal experience, it is better to not speak much about your personal life and speak about your profession. Try and let your work speak for itself because at the end of the day, that’s what you want your identity to be, and you want your respect to come from your work. That’s what should be out there.”