Malaika Arora, Arbaaz Khan's divorce: What happened after the couple's separation, Khan opens up
Bollywood actor and filmmaker Arbaaz Khan recently talked about being trolled for his divorce from Malaika Arora in 2017 and more.
In 2017, Bollywood's most loved couple Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora's divorce came as a shock for everyone, including their family members too. The two remain on cordial terms and co-parent their son, Arhaan Khan.
Now, both Malaika and Arbaaz have moved on in their lives. Arbaaz is with model Giorgia Andriani, and Malaika is with Arjun Kapoor. In a recent interview, Khan talked about his divorce and how he got trolled over it.
In an interview with BollywoodBubble, Arbaaz said that trolls and negative comments weren't affected him. He said, "It's a futile exercise that they do. Do you think that the more you say something, things are going to change? In my personal life, I've already gone through that upheaval and gone through that scenario where I felt what I had to feel. I have accepted a certain situation and moved on from it. We don't live near-perfect lives. We all are fallible, and we make mistakes."
Arbaaz also talked about Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao's recent divorce situation where people trolled them. Arbaaz Khan said, "Maybe the fans and followers, if they like a certain couple, they'd like to see them together. And it's happened recently with somebody like Aamir, for that matter. It happens. But that does not mean we're bad people. They're just two people who've realised that the reason they were together was to make... The journey had to be beautiful together."
He added on the same topic Aamir and Kiran, "Sometimes you have different paths, you grow to be different people. You have to let them grow and be happy. So we never got affected; I never got affected by comments on my personal life, particularly on my relationship. Of course, I feel they were all unnecessary at time, quite a few of them, but one had to ignore it and move on."
Arbaaz Khan is back with the second season of his talk show, Pinch, which talks about social media effects. The season's first guest was his brother and superstar Salman Khan.