Break ups are painful, especially for fans of Bollywood jodis. But the good news is that some of them get back together on screen even after parting ways in real life. Ex-couple Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone will be seen romancing each other in their second movie together 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani'. The good looking pair's first movie 'Bachna Ae Haseeno' was also a fluffy romantic flick, much like this May release. Will the two, who are now 'just friends', be able to pull off a romantic movie post their break up? We are as excited to find out as you are! Here's a list of couples who made a comeback in celluloid...
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Salman and Katrina's affair had the industry buzzing for a while, so it came as a surprise when they parted ways in 2011. The break-up however appears quite amicable. After Kat appeared in an item number for 'Bodyguard', Sallu and his erstwhile-lady love were seen together in the romantic thriller 'Ek Tha Tiger'.
The 'Kaminey' pair had a sizzling chemistry in the movie that allegedly extended off the sets too. But things went downhill and the two decided to move on. While Priyanka has had a successful run with 'Don 2' and then 'Agneepath', Shahid Kapoor hasn't delivered a hit in a while. It was hoped that they would be able to rekindle some of their old onscreen magic in Kunal Kohli's love saga 'Teri Meri Kahaani', but the movie tanked at the box office
This break up had a nation full of romantics lamenting the same. And yet despite their differences during the shoot of 'Jab We Met', the two put their hearts and soul into their characters. The professionalism certainly paid off, as the movie went down in as one of the year's biggest hits.
When 'Band Baaja Baaraat' found favor with audiences, the couple got two thumbs up as a hit pair, even off the sets. But persistent rumors of Ranveer's philandering ways (especially concerning a Ms Sinha) soon turned things sour between them. They however went on to star together in 'Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl' and it was an average grosser.
The couple's biggest hit, 'Mughal-e-Azam' in 1960, came on the heels of the legendary couple's break up. Their courtship of five years ended up messily, when Dilip Kumar testified against Madhubala and her father for stalling the shoot of their film, 'Naya Daur' in 1957. But Madhubala later married Kishore Kumar and Dilip married Saira Banu, thus spelling happy endings for the once-lovers.