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He thupui ka chhiar lai hian Vulmawi Frontman ka u Lalruanga hla;-

 mahni inhrem reng mai zawng a nuam ngai em ni?

mahni inhrem reng mai zawng a nuam ngai em ni?

 tih kan naupan laia kan sak fo ţhin kha ka hre chhuak rum rum a.


Thla 9 lai mai mahnia han mut hran tak ralah chuan Angelina Jolie suih lung a leng leh ta a, a pasal ţhen tak Brad Pitt tawnah tui ang a nem leh ta em ni le?

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Nikum September thlaa an chhungkaw zin haw lam thlawhna chhungah Brat Pitt leh an fapa upa ber Maddox te ţawngkam inbahsual avangin innghirnghona awm niin thuthang a awm a, in an thlen fel hnu lawkah Angelina Jolie, 42, chuan court-ah an nupa inţhenna tur file a theh lut ta hmak a. Zu ruih apianga Atom bomb huam reng, thinrimna zawng reng Brat Pitt nen awmho reng ai chuan tiin Angelina Jolie chuan a fate; Maddox, 16, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11 leh phir kum 9 mi ve ve Knox leh Vivienne te nen puanthuah telin L.A. Los Feliz venga  in lian leh zau tak luah hawhin an indang ta hmak kha a ni a.


Brat Pitt, 53, hian nu ber thil tih dan chu a hrethiam lo hle nachungin engtia han tih ngaihna tak awm tawh hek lo le, insiam ţhat a tum ve ta a, uaiin aiah tuisik te a in ta a, leng dang chhai zai zawng a rel ta bil lo va.


Hetiang taka pa berin insiamţhat a tum tih a hriat hian Angelina Jolie rilru a lo inthlak danglam ta  hret hret a, hetianga chhungkua din kawnga insiamţhat a tum chuan kan la insuihkhawm leh lo ang tih sawi theih a ni lo tih lam hawi deuhin thu a sawi thawi a. An nupa inpum lehna tur chungchang hi US Weekly magazine chuan an issue tharah tihchhuah an tum niin an infak a. Jolie hian kum 12 lai a lo kawppui Brat Pitt hi a la hmangaih hle niin an sawi a ni.














Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Divorce Is in Limbo

Angelina Jolie saw it as a fresh start. Following her September 2016 filing for divorce from Brad Pitt, she and their six children spent nine months living out of suitcases in various Malibu rentals. But in June, the actress, 42, along with Maddox, 16, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11 and 9-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, unpacked in a newly purchased 11,000 square-foot mansion in L.A.’s Los Feliz neighborhood. Calling the six-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate “a big jump forward for us,” in the September issue of Vanity Fair, the Oscar winner said, “We’re all trying our best to heal our family.” They may be headed for a full recovery. Nearly a year after Jolie separated from Pitt — following a much-discussed, dramatic plane tripwhere the actor, 53, and Maddox reportedly got into a heated altercation — she’s second-guessing her choice, a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. “The divorce is off,” says the source. “They haven’t done anything to move it forward in several months and no one thinks they are ever going to.”


Jolie’s indecision is shocking considering her behavior in the immediate aftermath of the split. Fed up with the War Machine star after years of fighting, claims one insider, she set out to paint him as a villain. At the time, the insider alleged that people in Jolie’s inner circle were “running a smear campaign” against the actor, who was accused of infidelity and physical abuse. But in the months that followed, Jolie’s passion for her partner of 12 years led her to regret her decisions. Explains the source, “She’s still so in love with him.”

Her change of heart coincided with Pitt’s own about-face. The actor,who confessed to GQ he was “boozing” so much that he “could drink a Russian under the table with his own vodka,” gave up alcohol cold turkey. (In the May cover story, he noted he’d been sticking to cranberry juice and fizzy water for the prior six months.)

As he fought for joint custody of their children, Pitt also faced his own parental shortcomings. “I grew up with a father-knows-best/war mentality — the father is all-powerful, superstrong — instead of really knowing the man and his own self-doubt and struggles,” the two-time Golden Globe winner, raised in a conservative home in Springfield, Missouri, explained to the mag. “And it’s hit me smack in the face with our divorce: I gotta be more. I gotta be more for them. I have to show them. And I haven’t been great at it.”

His determination to improve himself warmed Jolie. The United Nations special envoy for refugees had confessed to friends that she’d consider taking Pitt back “if he showed he was committed to raising a family,” says a Jolie pal.

And his decision to ditch alcohol was a great first step. “He got sober to try and win her back,” explains the source. “He knew he had a problem that he had to take care of. And that’s all she ever wanted.”

With the divorce currently in limbo, the source says the couple could make the next step together. “Everyone thinks they are going to get back together,” says the source. “It wouldn’t be surprising if they announced that they’re calling it off and trying to work things out.”

For more on Jolie’s change of heart, pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now!

It is with eyebrows firmly raised that we bring you the latest development in the ongoing split of Hollywood power couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. It’s been nearly a year since they split last summer, a breakup catalyzed by a widely reported plane trip in which Pitt was allegedly involved in an altercation with their son, Maddox, then 15. Since then, Jolie and the children moved into a new Los Angeles home, Pitt got sober, and, according to a new report by Us Weekly, their divorce is “in limbo.”

Everyone thinks they are going to get back together,” an anonymous, and hopelessly romantic, source told the weekly tabloid for its latest cover story. “It wouldn’t be surprising if they announced that they’re calling it off and trying to work things out.”

Both Pitt and Jolie have done the requisite post-breakup tell-all interviews: his with GQ, hers with Vanity Fair—and this, as we all know, is the first step to reconciliation, the couples’ therapy of Hollywood. In the past several months, what had been an acrimonious split—Jolie alleging Pitt had been unfaithful and abusive towards their children—has also begun to defrost.

In March, Us Weekly, apparently the dogged New York Times of this particular celebrity split, also reported Jolie and Pitt had started to have “cordial” discussions about how they can move forward as co-parents—though “things are far from resolved,” the magazine reported, and these cordial conversations were strictly limited to childcare. We all have to have boundaries.

At the same time, People reported the two actors had begun to speak directly with each other, rather than through their lawyers. Pitt was spending time with the kids. Jolie told Good Morning America that she and Pitt “will always be a family, always.” (In the newest story, *Us Weekly’*s source declares Jolie is “still so in love with him.” Plus, who else will pick out the throw pillows?)

“They haven’t done anything to move it forward in several months and no one thinks they are ever going to,” the source added, remarking unequivocally, “The divorce is off.”

Since their split, Pitt and Jolie have focused increasingly on self-improvement. Pitt, you know, stopped “boozing” so much he could “drink a Russian under the table with his own vodka” (his sobriety, according to *Us Weekly’*s source, was also intended to curry Jolie’s favor) and delved into sculpting, thus missing the Oscars; and Jolie, for her part, landed a Guerlain campaign, directed a movie, and decided to venture into academia. Their new and improved selves are entering their rapprochement period—and all it took was a year of self-actualization.



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