Feeling lucky that you’ve never been cheated on in your relationship? How cute. 

Dhokha is an inevitable part of our lives, and it sneaks up on you when you least expect it, and in ways you never imagined it could. It sucks when it happens to you, but in the end, it leaves you wiser. And more cynical.

Here are 15 shades of betrayal that bite colder than Dilli ki sardi.

All it takes is one small betrayal for friendships to be torn apart.

No, besties don’t share everything.

The last is anything but the least.

Relationships are based on trust, and that is something that’s easy to break.

How cruel can life get, you asked?

Never trust someone who has to be told, “don’t tell anyone.”

Some friendships only leave you with one thing: regret.

Mothers know how to serve ice-cold dhokha.

Don’t trust your gut.

Are you picking a BFF or are you picking betrayal?

There are things that hurt more than failure.

Sometimes, you don’t even realise that you’re asking for it.

The ones you trust the most are the ones most likely to let you down.

Trust and money don’t mix well.