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This is how Shraddha Kapoor reacted on break-up rumours with Rohan Shrestha

Shraddha Kapoor has always managed to keep herself away from the limelight. The actress also likes to keep her personal life a secret. Now there are rumours that she has parted with her rumoured boyfriend, Rohan Shrestha.

In the midst of the breakup rumours, the actress has posted a cute image of herself on her Instagram account. Sharing the post, she captioned it as, “Aur sunao???” along with a purple heart. As soon as she dropped the post, her brother Siddhanth Kapoor commented, “Miss you my leedal Rani”. Her fans have also dropped several m comments, one of the users wrote, “Suno to koii itna sundar kese ho skta h,” while another wrote, “Bas aapke yaadon me h aap sunao”.

 

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Shraddha Kapoor was reportedly in a four-year relationship with celebrity photographer Rohan Shrestha. As per the reports the couple had split up. Although the cause for their breakup is unknown, a source close to Rohan told the portal that despite being free, he did not attend Shraddha’s birthday celebration in Goa. According to the article, Shraddha and Rohan had an on-again, off-again romance since January, and they called it quits in February of this year.

Shraddha Kapoor and Rohan Shrestha’s relationship was never formally announced, yet they were frequently photographed on dinner dates or family gatherings. According to the report, Shraddha’s family also adores Rohan.

Shraddha was most recently seen in Baaghi 3, in which she co-starred with Tiger Shroff. Following that, she will appear in Luv Ranjan’s unnamed rom-com, in which she will co-star with Ranbir Kapoor, Panjak Parashar’s Chaalbaaz in London, and Vishal Furia’s Nagin trilogy.

 

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