Hrithik Kangana affair is now officially over before it was ever officially confirmed. It all started with the news of Kangana Ranaut being dropped from the cast of Aashiqui 3. When asked, why she was dropped from the cast of Aashiqui 3, Kangana Ranaut recently made headlines in her Pinkvilla interview when she referred to her ouster from Aashiqui due to Hrithik Roshan with a crisp statement:
“Yes, many lame rumours are doing rounds, even a dumb ass can tell where these rumours are coming from. I don’t know why exes do silly things to get your attention. For me, that chapter is over and I don’t dig graves.”
If you thought Hrithik Roshan is the hurt party in the ending of Hrithik Kangana affair, his tweet did not help address that issue. He took to Twitter and responded:
Ther r more chances of me having had an affair with d Pope dan any of d (Im sure wonderful)women d media hs ben naming.Thanks but no thanks.
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) January 28, 2016
Though the tweet did not point a direct finger at anyone, but the fact that the tweet came just after Kangana called him an “ex” in an interview it confirms that their “alleged” relationship is over after all. So, why did all sour especially because Hrithik is now single? According to a report on BollywoodLife, the two reportedly had issues ever since Hrithik rubbished the relationship rumours, and this did not go down well with Kangana, who is open about her life. And like all things in most relationships, small things become big and big things become small.
However, unlike Hrithik, Kangana seems to have moved on. Here is how she responded to Hrithik’s tweet:
“No, I’m not hurt. I respect the other person’s opinion also. It’s very likely that a person can have a different perspective on the same situation on rather the past. But then, stick to your stand. Don’t slyly pursue people and spy on them, chase them. So we sign and seal the deal and then move on.”
Well, that sure is classy. The two could have been great together. However, some relationships look like ‘this is it’ and end up becoming ‘this one too was a duh!’.