From "Dil aise kisi ne mera toda" to "Dil Tuta Aashiq" cafe, this Dehradun youth opened up a tea joint appropriating his heartbreak most uniquely!
It is said that love means different for each one of us, and so is heartbreak. Everyone deals with their heartbreak very differently. A Dehradun youth opened up a tea joint with the name "Dil Tuta Aashiq- Chai Wala" after suffering a breakup in lockdown.
A 21-year-old resident of Dehradun, Divyanshu Batra, had separated ways with his school-time girlfriend in 2020. Then, he indulged himself in playing PUBG- a video game. However, after being depressed for almost six months, he decided to make something positive out of his breakup.
A platform for sharing "heartbreak" stories
He opened the cafe on December 16 to provide a platform for such people who go through the "breakup" phase in their lives.
His cafe is situated at the GMS Road area in Dehradun. Since the time of its opening, it is attracting a lot of youth towards it. They are also appreciating the thought process behind the cafe along with sharing their stories with Batra.
Divyanshu Batra, who is a BSc in computer science, handles the cafe with his younger brother Rahul Batra. Initially, his father was not supportive of his idea of opening a cafe with such a name. Though, he changed his mind after his friend unknowingly appreciated the food from the cafe.
Divyanshu's cafe is a result of his savings. He is also planning to expand the tea joint to other places after getting a good response from people. He will soon open his franchise in Haridwar followed by other places in Dehradun.
Where: GMS road, near Gulab restaurant, Dehradun Time: 8 am to 12 am