We have been telling you how Uday Chopra's Twitter account is a gold mine. And if you haven't followed him yet, we are sure you will, after reading this tweet. Candid, fun and downright obscure, Uday's tweets are way more interesting than that of other celebs. And you also get to guess as to what does the actor-turned-producer actually wants to say. Like this recent tweet for example...
So, firstly let us tell you that Uday Chopra goes by the name of Gudvar Thorgard on Twitter these days. And in case you are wondering as to what does that even mean, let us tell you that name is the Viking version of Uday Chopra. There's a Viking name generator that comes up with these names and then the likes of Uday, who are too cool for regular names, change their names to their Viking counterparts. How cool! But now coming to the tweet that Gudvar...err...Uday posted today. He wrote, "I wish I could love with the same intensity I used to love a few years ago. There was this girl and I felt alive just loving her. I’ve lost that now. I just want that passion back. Maybe that’s all I need." Well, this certainly seems like a confession. (Also read: Dhoom 4, awesome food ideas, wacky life musings and a death wish - Uday Chopra's Twitter is a goldmine!)
Uday was rumoured to have been dating Nargis Fakhri for a while. Back then the two were really close and from what we heard, even they were pretty serious about each other. But then they broke up and Nargis stopped doing Bollywood films altogether. She is currently dating American director, Matt Alonzo, and the two seem to be pretty much in love. They are often seen sharing pics of each other on social media, professing how they feel. So, is this
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Uday's way of letting the world know as to how is he coping up with break up? Or is it just him pondering over love and life. Over to you, Uday.