Malaika Arora once opened up about real reason behind bitter separation with Arbaaz Khan

First Published 7, Oct 2020, 12:54 PM

Malaika Arora's Instagram post suggests few things, which could have gone wrong in her marriage with Arbaaz Khan
 

<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. Arbaaz is with model Giorgia Andriani, and Malaika is with Arjun Kapoor. And now, they are co-parenting their son 17-year-old Arhaan Khan.</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. Arbaaz is with model Giorgia Andriani, and Malaika is with Arjun Kapoor. And now, they are co-parenting their son 17-year-old Arhaan Khan.

<p>Both have opened up about their previous life and partners in the recent past. Arbaaz once said, "Everything seemed fine but it crumbled. Things don’t work out, and it’s only fair that two people who want to take their life in their own hands will take that decision."</p>

Both have opened up about their previous life and partners in the recent past. Arbaaz once said, "Everything seemed fine but it crumbled. Things don’t work out, and it’s only fair that two people who want to take their life in their own hands will take that decision."

<p>Post his marriage, 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>

Post his marriage, 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 feeling on marriage and career. 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, worked on their self-esteem and put a high price tag on their self-esteem."</p>

On the other hand, Malaika once shared a post on Women's Day about her feeling on marriage and career. 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, worked on their self-esteem and put a high price tag on their self-esteem."

<p>"They stopped playing victims. They stopped whining in self-pity and dining in pity parties. They moved past their anger, tears and bitterness. They realised that happiness is a personal choice and responsibility. They chose to be defined by their present, but not their pasts. They are happy because they don't need validation from anyone. They are happy because they know that they don't need to throw shade on anyone for them to shine. They are happy because they chose to be Queens .... Happy Women's day today n everyday ♥️... #word," she further wrote.</p>

"They stopped playing victims. They stopped whining in self-pity and dining in pity parties. They moved past their anger, tears and bitterness. They realised that happiness is a personal choice and responsibility. They chose to be defined by their present, but not their pasts. They are happy because they don't need validation from anyone. They are happy because they know that they don't need to throw shade on anyone for them to shine. They are happy because they chose to be Queens .... Happy Women's day today n everyday ♥️... #word," she further wrote.

<p>Many thought Malaika's post was a hint of her past life and lines like &nbsp;'leave the past behind', 'stopped playing victims', ‘don't need validation' show that she is a very stronger lady.</p>

Many thought Malaika's post was a hint of her past life and lines like  'leave the past behind', 'stopped playing victims', ‘don't need validation' show that she is a very stronger lady.

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