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Thursday, Nov 21, 2019

Neha Kakkar regrets making her ‘personal life public’, says ex-boyfriend Himansh Kohli didn’t deserve the hate

Singer Neha Kakkar, who expressed her feelings on social media post her breakup with boyfriend Himansh Kohli, now regrets talking about it in public.

music Updated: Mar 12, 2019 12:27 IST
Samarth Goyal
Samarth Goyal
Hindustan Times
Neha Kakkar regrets talking about her personal life on social media.
Neha Kakkar regrets talking about her personal life on social media.

For singer Neha Kakkar, the last few months have been quite tough — she went through a heartbreak, had teary outbursts on reality TV shows and even revealed that she was going through depression.

“I am a very emotional person. Whatever happened in my personal life in the last few months was very unhappy,” says the singer, whose relationship with actor Himansh Kohli ended last year. However, the 30-year-old blames it all on herself and the mistakes she made.

“I’m regretting the fact that I made my personal life so public. When it’s all happy, then you don’t see any problems. But it is during the bad times that you realise people can be so negative towards you and that shocked me,” Neha adds.




Her fairytale presence on social media turned into a nightmare after the breakup last December, and many blamed Himansh for being disloyal in the relationship.

“Himansh did nothing to deserve all that [flak]. He was nothing like that at all. Still, he received so much hatred and negative comments on social media,” she says. At times, the continuous online scrutiny of their relationship affected her so much that she often broke into tears on national television.

Also read: Neha Kakkar opens up about breakup with Himansh Kohli: He didn’t deserve me, always complained

But, the singer, who recently became the most followed Indian musician on Instagram with 20 million followers, insists she’s turned the page.

“I would not make the same mistake again, I will not make my personal life public. I have also realised that being a celebrity, there will be negative people and hatred around. But there is so much more positivity. Once you embrace that, you will not be affected by the negative side,” she says.

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