Hasnain Lehri's cryptic tweets about failed romance has fans wondering

The last relationship he publically endorsed was with fellow model Sabeeka Imam

Entertainment Desk April 28, 2020

It has been over four months since models Sabeeka Imam and Hasnain Lehri announced that they are parting ways. In an Instagram post, Sabeeka shared a few pictures of the couple and wrote an emotional caption, letting their fans and followers know that they are no longer dating.


"This journey officially comes to an end. It has been a long time since we both realised that our paths are destined to be separate. After multiple attempts and much consideration we have called it quits," Sabeeka wrote on Instagram.

Several months later, Hasnain has taken to Twitter to post cryptic tweets about heartbreak and one-sided love.

The model shared few thoughts on loyalty a couple of days back.

And how he holds a bit of regret.


Lessons he learned:


And a little hope:

Fans and followers started noticing the tweets when Hasnain shared an excerpt from Shah Rukh Khan's dialogue from Karan Johar's directorial, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, about one-sided love.

"Shahrukh Khan lied to us, ek tarfa pyaar (One-sided love) is not beautiful, it’s self-torture," he tweeted and later added the clip from the movie where King Khan shared how 'one-sided love is the most beautiful feeling in the world.'


Twitterati had a thing or two to say about Hasnain's recent tweets.

Many wanted to know who hurt the model.




Many could relate to his pain:



Few sent him virtual hugs.

And then shot their shots:


And relatable thoughts:



However, seems like he is ready for new beginnings:


"There was a time when my heart was burning with flames of love. Now remain the embers of a diminishing fire," he shared yesterday. "I smile though, for I wait for a new spring, a new person, a new fire. I wait for a new beautiful beginning."

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