Farhan Akhtar and Shraddha Kapoor's sizzling hot affair made quite a few headlines. SpotboyE.com was the one to break the news to you about their secret affair and also how daddy Shakti Kapoor played the real life villain in the love story. However, after dating for almost a year, the two parted ways on a bitter note and continued to ignore each other at several occasions. But soon enough, both of them moved on and found love in Shibani Dandekar and photographer Rohan Shrestha respectively.

A few months back, reports emerged that Farhan and Shibani were spotted leaving Karan Johar’s Diwali party in a jiffy as former’s ex-girlfriend Shraddha had arrived at the bash. Interestingly, the Ek Villain actress was accompanied by rumoured boyfriend Rohan Shrestha at that time too.

And now, it looks like nothing much has changed since then as the actress still seems to be in no mood to forgive and forget. According to report in Mumbai Mirror, Aashiqui 2 actress has prohibited her current BF and lensman, Rohan to work with Farhan. The report states, “Shraddha has forbidden her new steady date, photographer Rohan Shrestha, against working with Farhan. The lensman was supposed to have shot a campaign featuring Farhan, but has bowed out of it.”

Talking about Farhan Akhtar and Shibani Dandekar, well. the couple had initially announced their relationship on social media and then made their first public appearance together at Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh Mumbai wedding reception. Since then, they haven't stopped positing mushy photos, captions and comments for each other. They are also spotted together at various dinner and lunch dates, often. On the other hand, reports of Shraddha dating Rohan have also been making a lot of buzz. However, the duo has never accepted their relationship in public and at times, they have even refrained from commenting on their status.

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