(Watch) Malaika Arora-Arbaaz Khan’s passionate romance in ad shows how much they were in love

First Published 31, May 2020, 1:04 PM

Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan met for the first time to shoot for a coffee brand where they had to engage in passionate romance

<p>Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan were one of the popular Bollywood couples. But then, they called it quits in 2016, and later filed for their divorce. Now, both Malaika and Arbaaz have moved on in their lives.<br />
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Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan were one of the popular Bollywood couples. But then, they called it quits in 2016, and later filed for their divorce. Now, both Malaika and Arbaaz have moved on in their lives.
 

<p>Arbaaz is with model Giorgia Andriani, and Malaika is with Arjun Kapoor. The once popular couple are co-parenting their son, 17-year-old Arhaan Khan.<br />
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Arbaaz is with model Giorgia Andriani, and Malaika is with Arjun Kapoor. The once popular couple are co-parenting their son, 17-year-old Arhaan Khan.
 

<p>Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan’s onscreen chemistry had always grabbed the limelight and made them one of the most loved couples in Bollywood. From performing in music albums to hosting award functions or to featuring in TV ads they were seen everywhere.<br />
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Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan’s onscreen chemistry had always grabbed the limelight and made them one of the most loved couples in Bollywood. From performing in music albums to hosting award functions or to featuring in TV ads they were seen everywhere.
 

<p>Their most-watched ad was the MR Coffee advertisement. Malaika and Arbaaz went bold in the ad, where they had to make love onscreen. The tagline of the product was 'real pleasure can't come in an instant'.<br />
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Their most-watched ad was the MR Coffee advertisement. Malaika and Arbaaz went bold in the ad, where they had to make love onscreen. The tagline of the product was 'real pleasure can't come in an instant'.
 

<p>Even though their marriage ended on a bitter note, Arbaaz still recommends marriage to others, "Of course, I would. This institution has gone on for hundreds and thousands of years. It’s like if you know that you’re going to die, you won’t stop living. Of course, the times are changing, even in the past people didn’t get married."</p>

Even though their marriage ended on a bitter note, Arbaaz still recommends marriage to others, "Of course, I would. This institution has gone on for hundreds and thousands of years. It’s like if you know that you’re going to die, you won’t stop living. Of course, the times are changing, even in the past people didn’t get married."

<p>On the other hand, Malaika once shared a post on Women's Day about her feelings on marriage and career. </p>

On the other hand, Malaika once shared a post on Women's Day about her feelings on marriage and career. 

<p>She wrote, "The happiest women today are not the married ones. They're not the single ones. They're not the ones with stable careers and good incomes. The happiest women are the ones who made a choice to love themselves wholly and truly; women who chose to leave the past behind, work on their self-esteem and put a high price tag on their self-esteem."</p>

She wrote, "The happiest women today are not the married ones. They're not the single ones. They're not the ones with stable careers and good incomes. The happiest women are the ones who made a choice to love themselves wholly and truly; women who chose to leave the past behind, work on their self-esteem and put a high price tag on their self-esteem."

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