Dating and break ups are a part of life. While the latter is surely heartbreaking, one must learn to be strong and look forward to new phases of life.
At MDO, we have covered many stories where some Men have opted to end their lives after breakups. However, what they don’t realise is that the only people who would remember them after they are gone, are their parents. The below story must inspire many young boys who think it is the end of life if a relationship ends.
21-year-old man Divyanshu Batra has been creating a buzz in Dehradun where he recently opened a tea joint named ‘Dil Tuta Aashiq Chai Wala’ after his breakup with girlfriend during lockdown.
As reported by Hindustan Times, Divyanshu said that he decided to open this with a catchy name as he wanted to “take something positive out of his break-up” instead of “mourning it for long.”
The cafe that opened its doors on December 16, is located on the state capital’s GMS Road district. It has been attracting customers since, especially youth who have also suffered heartbreak from breakups.
Quoting to the media, Batra said,
I had a girlfriend from my high-school days with whom I broke-up last year as her parents were against us going together. After that, I was depressed for about six months and spent my time only by playing PUBG. Then one day, I thought it’s enough and I will get out of this, and that’s how the idea of this popped up.
The man also said his parents, particularly his father, were a bit ‘skeptical’ when he told him about opening a cafe with this name. Batra is a BSc in computer science and claims to have opened the cafe with his savings.
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