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Malaika Arora and his Ex-Husband Arbaaz Khan

Malaika Arora recently returned from Ranthambore
Malaika Arora went out to dinner last night with ex-husband Arbaaz Khan and son Arhaan Khan. Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan separated after 19 years of marriage

Malaika Arora recently returned from Ranthambore, where she helped usher in the year 2023.

Malaika Arora went out to dinner last night with ex-husband Arbaaz Khan

New Delhi: Malaika Arora went out to dinner last night with ex-husband Arbaaz Khan and son Arhaan Khan. Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora continue to co-parent their son Arhaan, who is studying overseas. He’s now on vacation in Mumbai. Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan separated after 19 years of marriage in 2017. Malaika Arora looked lovely as ever in a shirt that she combined with a sweater, black jacket, and knee-high boots. She completed her ensemble with a tote. Malaika Arora just returned from a vacation with boyfriend Arjun Kapoor in Ranthambore, Rajasthan .

Here are some photos from yesterday night:

Malaika Arora, who recently appeared in the reality series Moving In With Malaika based on her life, spoke about her relationship with ex-husband Arbaaz Khan, saying, “He is a beautiful individual. He allowed me to become the person I am today. I believe that a large part of who I am now is due to him because he allowed me to be who I am.”

Malaika Arora also discussed her divorce from Arbaaz Khan

Malaika Arora also discussed her divorce from Arbaaz Khan and what caused it. “We wandered,” she stated throughout the event. We were both too young. I was quite young. I believe I have also changed. I, too, want many things in life. That was something I felt was lacking in my environment, and I needed to move on. I believed the only way I could achieve it was if I could let go of some bonds. Today, I believe we are better people.

We love and respect one another for who we are. We each have a child. That is something that will never change. But I believe we are vastly superior people. I believe we were annoyed at the time. People who are easily irritated. We became into angry, nasty individuals.”

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