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Moving In With Malaika: The actress complains sister Amrita wasn’t there for her during her traumatic divorce situation

Moving In With Malaika has created a lot of buzz as many popular faces visited the show to interact with Malaika Arora, who brought some interesting revelations about her life to the audience. The show has managed to grab eyeballs from the time of its launch, and several viewers are binge-watching it. This 16-episode series raised the excitement of fans as they got a fair chance to know this B-town beauty more closely.

In one of the episodes, we saw Malaika Arora and her sister Amrita having a funny fight over a missing phone. Even before that, the Chaiyya Chaiiya girl poked fun at Amrita’s stand-up sequences, which made her upset.

Moving In with Malaika: What next between this sisters duo?

The latest Nok-Jhok between the lovely sister duos was seen recently, in which Malaika was seen complaining that Amrita wasn’t there during her traumatic divorce period, which was hurting. She stated, “That was the lowest phase of my life, both personally and emotionally, as I got separated, divorced, and had to move on. At the time, I needed you the most, sis. No judgements, no counselling sessions—I just needed you by my side, supporting me, and telling me, Malla, don’t worry; I am there with you. But you were not with me and went on a trip to Goa with your friend.”

Amrita Arora was shocked to hear this from her sister and said that she had no idea that Malaika held resentment against her. With an honest reaction, she said that they needed to talk a lot.

Moving In With Malaika currently airs every week on Disney Plus and Hotstar.

Also Check: Moving In With Malaika: Seema Sajdeh talks about her viral video, feels sad for being judged

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Suryaprakash Singh


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