Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif fell in love on the sets of Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahani. After dating for about six years, the couple broke up in 2016. While Ranbir is currently in a relationship with his 'Brahmastra' co-star Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif says she's single and currently focusing on her work. There's no bad blood between the two exes. But, moving on for Katrina wasn't an easy thing.
In her latest interview with Filmfare, the 'Bharat' actress described how she faced the jolt after she broke up with Ranbir and how there are some things which still upsets her. Katrina also said that she was forced to analyse many things about her after her last relationship went kaput.
Everything Happens For A Reason: Katrina On Her Break-up With Ranbir
"Maybe, a lot of things have changed for me personally and professionally. After my last relationship ended, I was forced to analyse many things about myself and my life and the way I was living it. Whatever was supposed to happen, happened. Everything happens for a reason," the actress was quoted as saying by Filmfare.
'It Was Bad, It Was Sad'
Katrina recalled, "I remember I was getting on a plane to shoot Baar Baar Dekho in Thailand. It was January. There was a repetitive thought going on in my head. When you get stuck on something, it's deeply disturbing. It doesn't leave you alone. It was bad. It was sad. I wondered how could something trouble you to this level?"
But She Emerged Stronger
"That phase made me read a lot. I wanted to understand how we human beings function. On one particular night, my attitude and approach to the world opened up again," Katrina was quoted as saying.
Has She Moved On In Her Life?
To this Katrina candidly replied, "Some things can still upset you. But that's fine. I face it. I stare at the ghost in the room until it just fades away. When something triggers an emotion, I let it happen."
Are You Listening, All Heartbroken Souls?
"Like one day I came across something, which I kept pushing away. But it hurt me and bothered me. While I was doing yoga, my teacher asked, "Are you okay?" I said I was fine. She said, "But you're crying." I had actually begun crying. It had to come out. Now, I don't try to push things away. I stare at them. What you resist, persists."