Malaika Arora, inconsolable, discusses her choices in life and her split from Arbaaz Khan: I am now moving on.

Malaika Arora, inconsolable, discusses her choices in life and her split from Arbaaz Khan: I am now moving on.
Malaika Arora discussed her ex-husband Arbaaz Khan in the most recent teaser for her upcoming reality series Moving in with Malaika.

Malaika Arora, a popular television personality, recently released a new clip from her upcoming series Moving in with Malaika. The video clip showed Malaika speaking about her ex-husband Arbaaz Khan and breaking down in tears while discussing the decisions she has made in her life. Farah Khan and Kareena Kapoor also made brief appearances.

The caption of Malaika’s social media post said, “It’s time for me to let you all in, shall I let down my guard? Only on DisneyPlusHotstar, #HotstarSpecials #MovingInWithMalaika begins streaming on December 5th, Monday through Thursday at 8 p.m. In the comments area, Dino Morea, Anusha Dandekar, and others wished the actor well.

Kareena talked about her best friend in the video clip. Let’s see if she lowers her guard. “I think she is funny, attractive, stunning, and she is rock solid,” Kareena remarked. Malaika was also spotted doing yoga, splashing around in a pool, and speaking to a crowd that included her sister Amrita. When the F will everyone of you, she said, “I have moved on, my ex has moved on.”

When Malaika told Farah about some of her life decisions, she also started crying. Every choice I have ever made in my life has been entirely worthwhile, she added. I’m glad. “Aww, you look beautiful even when you cry,” Farah comforted her.

Arbaaz Khan and Malaika were wed from 1998 to 2017. Arhaan, their son, is a teen. Arjun Kapoor and Malaika are currently dating, while Arbaaz is seeing Giorgina Andriani. Starting on December 5, Moving in with Malaika will be available for streaming on Disney Plus Hotstar.



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