Naruto was at the center of everything. He and his friends worked hard to save the village from the threats that seeked to destroy it. That commitment led to tragedy in the episodes of the anime. Naruto grew up without his parents. Naruto finally got to meet his father during a battle.
Eventually, the meek and mild girl who admired Naruto from afar became the love of his life -- though many fans never would have imagined that possible during their early interactions. Naruto was often the subject of village disdain. As a baby, his body was used as the vessel to trap a demon terrorizing the Hidden Leaf Village. The villagers, despite initially being forbidden to talk about it, treated him differently as a result. The only one to support him through the entire run of the series was Hinata, a fellow ninja in training. Instead, she admired his commitment to training: no matter how many mistakes he made he always continued on in his missions. She looked to find a way to stand up for herself the same way Naruto did.
Naruto Introduces A Young Hinata to Boruto in New Episode
The original bottom frame and counterparts top frame depicted. Note: Naruto and Sakura are the same in both frames. The illusion is a prototype of the Infinite Tsukuyomi and was influenced by both Naruto's deep desire to have parents and Sakura's desire for freedom from parental control. Their desires, in turn, create a scenario where Minato Namikaze , who never became Fourth Hokage, and Kushina Uzumaki are alive and Sakura's parents, Kizashi and Mebuki Haruno , died defending the village. Tobi explains that the illusion was originally an exact replica of the real world, but distortions were created when Naruto and Sakura were inserted into it, similar to the ripples created when a stone breaks the water's surface.
However, over the decades the franchise has been around, quite a few relationships became big parts of the story and shaped the way some of the characters encountered the world. Many of the relationships formed during the early days of Naruto have lasted well into the Boruto sequel series as well. Those that did are still going strong. They were torn apart by tragedy. And in some rare cases, the pairing in question never should have ended up together in the first place.