It’s the wedding season in Bollywood. Started by Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli wedding in 2017 end. Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja and soon after Neha Dhupia surprise everyone by getting married to Angad Bedi. And now recently Himesh Reshammiya married to Sonia. Love is in the air, but do you remember the old couples of Bollywood whose love stories couldn’t see a happy ending.
Bipasha Basu and John Abraham’s love story is one such example. At one point in life, Bipasha and John were the most popular and happening Bollywood couples. Fans were just waiting for couples to announce the wedding, unfortunately, the shocking news of their break up released.
Later both of them moved on in their life, Bipasha married Karan Singh Grover and whereas John married Priya Runchal but their affairs are still unforgettable and so is their breakup.
Like every love story, even their breakup made a lot of people tongue wagging. While John said that it was a mutual decision of both to break up and everything was normal. But Bipasha had to tell a completely different side of the story.
In an interview with Times Of India, Bipasha had said that she was very hurt with the breakup and all that was not amicable at all.
“No. It was definitely not amicable. No break-up is ever amicable. Otherwise, no one would break up. There are always reasons. Otherwise, there won’t be any break-ups.” said Bipasha
In her next interview with Times Of India she was asked regarding can exes be good friends? She said,
“Yes, exes can be good friends, but after a certain time. Though no break up is a good break up, time heals everything, including broken friendships. It also depends on the kind of people they are, their mindsets and the reasons for the breakups. But cheating, infidelity, and deceit are generally tough to forgive, and in those cases, real friendship is not possible. “
She had also confessed in an interview;
“I felt abandoned. I was living in a *la la land* till then. Now sitting today I feel I was so foolish. During those nine years, I retracted from my work, pushed back opportunities, stood like a rock for the man I loved, did not meet people just to give that extra time to make my relationship work and then I realized that the thing I was working so hard for was gone overnight. It took me months to realize that it’s over and I am abandoned. I went through a lot of pain. I used to howl, went into isolation, it hurt.”