Mumbai: Talks In Detail About His Break Up With Karina Kaif
We had recently told you about Ranbir Kapoor opening up about his breakup with Katrina Kaif in an
interview with film critic Rajeev Masand for CNN News18. Back then it was just a promo from the
interview that had released. But now Ranbir's entire interview with Masand is out, and it's probably the most honest version of Ranbir Kapoor in there! He spoke about his career, his love life and his breakup with Katrina Kaif in detail, and his take on all of it seems so sensible. Of course, first things first. He spoke at length about his break up with Katrina Kaif.
He said, "Whatever I say on any platform is grossly misconstrued. Over the years, I have realised that my personal life is very dear to me especially what my relationship with Katrina is, or was or what it’s going to be. I think after my parents, she’s been the most influential and motivational entity in my life. I don’t want to speak about it. There is no negativity, no sense of bitterness, so there’s nothing to talk about.”
He also had a lot to say about his personal life being under scrutiny all the time.
"You don't need to know if I'm affected or not. My relationship was really punctured by a lot of things; baseless rumours, reports, perceptions. I don't want to clarify. There's no awkwardness, as a matter of fact it's amazing. We’re actors. We aren’t here to bring our personal life and emotions. We come on sets, we bring our characters; emotions. She brings her game on the set and in return I bring my A-game."
Looks like he has really matured over time. But after Bombay Velvet's disastrous performance at the box office, Ranbir has kind of been on a low career wise. And he had a pretty fine answer for that as well. He added, "I'm going through a little bit of metamorphosis; trying to understand where I'm in life. It's a good time. I'm trying not to turn negative, nervous, insecure or anxious. My films haven't been working, there has been a huge negative spotlight on me. But you've to take all that in your stride."
You've surely come a long way, Ranbir!
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