Why Sakura Does Not Like Naruto And Love Sasuke? I Tremblzer


Boruto Naruto Next Generation is a Japanese anime that is written by Ukyo Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto. Mikio Ikemoto is the illustrator of this anime. The show is filled with adventure and fantasy which makes it different and unique. Unlike the manga which started with Boruto’s film, the anime showcased the prequel set before Boruto and his friends became ninjas in the later story. The show is published by Shueisha and the English publishers are Viz Magazine.

Why Sakura Does Not Like Naruto And Loves Sasuke?

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Naruto is a strong character. He has the drive to become Hokage. He believes in working hard and never giving up. He helps everyone and this nature of his makes him loved by all. But, why Sakura does not like Naruto and have feelings for Sasuke?

The answer to this is not known. One simple reason behind this could be their friendship and the bond they both share. Sakura and Sasuke are childhood friends. She used to find him ‘cool’ and found him to be perfect. Sasuke only wanted acknowledgment from his loved ones when he was a kid. Sakura too wanted the same from Sasuke. She became more close to him on realizing his pain when she got to learn his and Naruto’s story. She only wanted Sasuke to be happy as she cared for him. She was mean and selfish in the beginning but later on, she developed feelings for Sakura when both of them were put in the same team.

Where to Read Boruto Naruto Next Generation?

We do not recommend you to watch any show on any fake platform or website, You can read Boruto on VIZ Media as they are the official English publishers. 

Boruto Naruto Next Generation Cast:

  • Naruto Uzumaki
  • Boruto Uzumaki
  • Himawari Uzumaki
  • Sarada Uchiha 
  • Mitsuki
  • Sasuke
  • Sakura

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