Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor Breakup: Actor Says Former Romance With Ex Will 'Always Be Very Influential' [VIDEO]
Ranbir Kapoor has come clean on his split with Katrina Kaif.
In an interview with FOX News 18, the Bollywood actor opened up on his former relationship with the actress, something he'll always hold in his heart. But he doesn't need to give every single detail on what went down since it's his life.
"I've not even said that I've broken up you know, don't feel the need to talk about it," Kapoor said via Thursday's report from India Today. "My personal life is very dear to me and what my relationship with Katrina is, was and will always be very influential in my life. Whatever I shared with her, I hold it very dear to me, there is no sense of bitterness, no negativity."
The actor added that he would have no problem working with Kaif again someday if the opportunity ever came up.
"Working with Katrina is fun, she's very passionate about her work," he said. "There's no awkwardness, and I hope we can keep working together even in the future."
It may be difficult for some actors to work with someone they share a personal connection with, but both Kapoor and Kaif are on good terms and take their careers very seriously.
"We're actors, we can't bring our personal lives and emotions to the sets," Kapoor said. "Katrina, in fact, makes it easy. With her, it's not awkward or weird at all. Both of us believe in being professionals and bringing our A-game to the set. We share a great creative partnership."
Kaif previously opened up on what relationships have taught her over the years and how they've helped her progress.
"There's always more to learn and you can always evolve, learn and grow in your relationships just the way you do in your work," she said via Bollywood Life. "Rethinking, looking into things. I have learnt to adapt to the changes in the other person. Also, it's very important to believe in what you are saying and commitment is something I stand by. Some people don't value that enough. Some relationships don't value that enough."