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From Anushka Sharma-Virat Kohli to Arbaaz-Malaika: Fourth estate succumbs to hackneyed break-up stories

February 2, 2016 6:58:11 PM IST
By Rachana Sheth, Glamsham Editorial
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With a horde of celebrity couples heading for splitsville or announcing their break-ups or the past affair coming into the limelight now, it seems Bollywood's rumourmongers are occupied with only such gossips.


After Hrithik Roshan-Sussanne Roshan made their separation public, many Bollywood couples parted ways or rather their break-up stories surfaced around. And off late we have been coming across many star jodis calling it off every other day. From Ranbir-Katrina parting ways to Farhan Akhtar-Adhuna Akhtar officially making the announcement of separation to Pulkit Samrat-Shweta Rohira's alleged split or exes Hrithik-Kangana Ranaut's spat news or Karisma Kapoor-Sanjay Kapur engaging in mud-slinging or Preity Zinta-Ness Wadia getting into a nasty and ugly fight, these days page 3 is mostly laden with heartbreaks. So, obviously it makes one suspicious about other steady couples too, who have been going strong.

Recently, there were rumours doing the rounds that now there is trouble in Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan's paradise, who have been married for 17 years. However, Arbaaz Khan squashed the reports of his divorce with Malaika by replying it in a unique way. The actor-director and producer took to photo sharing portal and dubsmashed on the famous song 'Kuch toh log kahenge' from the film AMAR PREM.

Post Arbaaz-Malaika divorce rumour, the fourth estate was abuzz with the news of the cricketer-actress duo Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma on the verge of parting ways. Reportedly, Anushka and Virat have different marriage plans. While Anushka wants to wait till 2017 and wants to focus both as an actor and producer, Virat seems to be in a hurry. However, neither any confirmation has been received yet nor the couple cared to clarify about their relationship status. Nevertheless, the snoopy media got a whiff of Anushka-Virat not being on talking terms when they discovered that both of them have unfollowed each other on a photo sharing portal.

While we await for them to put the speculations to rest, we are surprised that how our writers or press corps are succumbed to hackneyed ideas to fabricate stories. Unless the couple is not willing to reveal themselves (through an official release, as that has become a norm to announce the break-up now), it's better to spare them and give them their space! And even if they are on the verge of ending their long-standing relation, why make it a hue and cry out of it? After all it's their personal matter. To constantly flash their break-up hearsays, it may only create further strain in their relation and who knows these rumours may eventually ruin their lovey-dovey paradise.    

Looks like media needs to take a chill-pill! 

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