Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan are having good time in Goa
We all know about the Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan’s split but amidst all their divorce fuss which everyone is speculating and their divorce getting uglier with Malaika allegedly demanding Rs 15 crore as alimony from Arbaaz, the two are partying in Goa with family. As you check the latest picture it will literally clear the air on what’s the current status between the two. Yes, if you see Malaika and Arbaaz, the duo is happily holidaying in Goa with their favorite bunch of people.
IN fact, Malaika Arora Khan was also seen setting up the temperatures soaring with her girl gang in Goa this New Year as well just recently. This also proves the fact that not every divorce got to be ugly with all the drama attached to it. The fact is now-a-days the couples are more practical while taking such decisions by simply assuring their relationship doesn’t hamper their kids the best example from Bollywood being Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan.
The couple despite having legally parted ways still go on holidays together, meet up for lunch dates because why bother the kids in this right? In fact, even now the couple Hrithik and Sussanne is in Dubai having good time with their children. Anyway, so the point here being Maliaka and Arbaaz’s divorce too is on the same lines for you will find many instances where Malaika’s a part of Khan get-togethers while Arbaaz will continue being a part of the Arora family…like how he’s made it to this lovely group picture with Malaika, Amrita among others
The couple had just issued a joint statement about their divorce earlier this year stating about their break that should stop the people to speculate things of such malicious nature. She is not crying on her brother-in-law Salman’s shoulders, asking him to help. They are our family, so please don’t talk about them like that. We deeply respect each other’s families. We want to put to rest all these articles which are complete rubbish. Till then, please respect our privacy and do not drag our respective families and our child into it.