SHOCKING: Ranbir Kapoor & Katrina Kaif's Breakup CONFIRMED?

Mumbai, Jan 18: We know that you are shocked after reading this and trust us, we are also not happy. But after dating each other for six long years Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif have finally decided to end their relationship. 

Talking about the same, a source told Pinkvilla, "The two have officially parted ways. Three days back, RK moved out of their Carter Road flat with all his bag and baggage. Katrina soon flew off to Delhi to promote Fitoor. This is it for them. They have tried making it work for far too long but things weren't falling in place for them. Both of them have made peace with the fact that the relationship is not headed anywhere and their differences can't be resolved." 

The source further added, "For the last few months, there has been a lot of tension between them. Ranbir's proximity with Deepika during the promotions of Tamasha didn't go down well with Katrina. And she made no pretenses in vehemently putting it across to the media. In an interview with GQ, she'd said that she hopes Ranbir's choices change as he evolves. He has never been the kind of person who can stand being bound in a relationship like that." 

Another source also confirmed the news, "How long can you avert a breakup when two people are just not getting along. There is also staunch opposition from Ranbir's family. It wasn't a good sign when Neetu Kapoor bunked the annual Christmas lunch. She has never missed that family gathering. With both his parents against the alliance, it just doesn't seem worth dragging it on anymore."

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