Malaika And Arbaaz Reunite For A Fun Element

Saturday, February 20th, 2016

Malaika And Arbaaz Reunite For A Fun Element

' Arbaaz Khan' and ' Malaika Arora Khan' were one of the exemplary couples of Bollywood for a long time. But that seems to be a thing of the past now. First, Malaika’s intimate relationship with Arjun Kapoor didn’t naturally go well with Arbaaz Khan. The couple was planning to a divorce, and Malaika has left the apartment they lived together in Bandra along with their son ' Arhaan Khan'

Well, if such news crop up, there is also denial from the close sources of the concerned parties. Malaika’s manager had earlier denied such news and said that there is no truth to it. Even Malaika said that it is only a result of people’s imagination, and she doesn’t prefer justifying. 

Recently Arbaaz Khan was seen spending time with ' Amrita Arora' (sister of Malaika Arora) and her husband, without Malaika. This was to celebrate the cute Amrita’s birthday. It is to be noted that Amrita Arora has a good rapport with the Khan Khandaan.

Also, Malaika, who wil, host Power Couple along with Arbaaz seemed to have asked for individual rooms. All the same, the couple hasn’t said anything clear about all these talks about them in an official manner. In fact, Malaika was not present in the show for some time. Later, she was convinced by the show makers and the couple appeared together in an episode last week. It happened in Goa for one day and had some fun elements to it.

Now the latest news doing the rounds is that Malaika is having an affair with a businessman from the UK. 

Well, love blossomed between the couple during a coffee commercial, and they are happily married for 17 years until now. However, Arbaaz Khan is clearly furious with all such news going around and said that it is their personal concern, and he needn’t explain anything. But again, his gestures showed that everything is not fine when he posted an Instagram that talked about admitting your mistake and being sorry for it. He captioned it by highlighting the value of asking sorry. So is Arbaaz all for resolving things?