Malaika Arora-Arjun Kapoor wedding: Astrologer indicates problem in horoscope, read details
First Published 20, Oct 2020, 12:37 PM
Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor's relationship may have some slight trouble that they will overcome and the couple might get married next year, said an astrologer
The romance of Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora, which was once very hush-hush, is now in the open as the actors are seen expressing their love openly on social media
After Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora made their relationship status public by sharing their pictures with lovey-dovey captions and walking hand-in-hand in public, now their fans are desperate to know when they can see them taking their vows.
Not just fans, media too is leaving no stone unturned to capture the most awaited wedding pictures. However, the couple has always denied reports, but the wedding date is out among their friends and family in Bollywood, which is making a hue.
Malaika last year revealed some details on Neha Dhupia’s chat show about her wedding with Arjun. Malla said that she would love to get married at the beach in a semi-formal white wedding ceremony.
Not just that, she expressed that she imagines herself as a bride wearing a popular international designer Elie Saab gown. She also said her girlfriends would be walking down the aisle as bridesmaids and Vahbiz Mehta, her best friend would be the best woman.
And as per astrological calculation and their face reading, Bengaluru-based astrologer and prophesier Pandit Jagannath Guruji has predicted when the couple will get married and about their relationship. He said, "There are hardly any relationships that do not go through ups and downs, and similar is the situation with Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor. There are slight differences between them that are yet to be ironed out. While Malaika appears to be the dominating partner, Arjun has of late gotten confused about their relationship. Also, he does not enjoy the family support that he should. However, both are expected to overcome the roadblocks and tie the knot sometime later next year."