Malaika Arora Khan reveals how she really feels about Arbaaz Khan

They have been separated for a while now, but Malaika and Arbaaz have always maintained a friendly equation, especially in the public eye. Malaika reveals what she really thinks of Arbaaz.

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And Malaika Arora Khan finally broke her silence over her divorce with Arbaaz Khan. The reality show judge, in an interview with a magazine, spilled beans on her equation with her ex-husband. She said,” He will always be family.” Looks like the couple have moved on from the bitter phase to a place where they can still be in the same room cordially. Malaika’s sister, Amrita Arora also shared the same thoughts on Arbaaz. She said,” We have a great rapport whether it’s our love for food or travel. He’s like my biggest hangout buddy.” Isn’t that really sweet now?

We wonder if Arbaaz feels the same. The two were married and together for almost 2 decades before they decided to part ways. The actress’ personal life has been feeding gossip mongers a lot for quite a while now. The newly replaced Nach Baliye 8 judge, however, has no hesitation to talk about her personal life. The couple have always maintained that their son is their topmost priority and they would love to keep things as normal as they can for him. Though news of their separation did come as quite a shock to a lot of us. What was perceived as the bad phase ended in divorce! 

We’re glad things are normal between the two now. Though we’re really interested to know how Arbaaz would react to this. We do know that the actor-producer was quite heart-broken, courtesy his Instagram posts. But they’re not the only couple to mingle with each other just for the kids after a divorce. Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan, too, share a rather friendly rapport and keep meeting each other with the kids to make them feel secure.

In the interview, Malaika also opened up about being best friends with Kareena Kapoor Khan and what brings them so close to each other. She said,” I guess we bond more because we are like sisters, we have the same issues – whether it’s between the sisters, mother and daughter, mother and son or husband and wife.”