Boney Kapoor opens up about reports of Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora’s wedding, says no truth to rumours
Bits of gossip about on-screen characters Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora getting hitched in April have been making strides as time passes. In any case, Arjun's dad, maker Boney Kapoor has said that there is no reality to the reports.
Amar Ujala cited Boney Kapoor as saying, "There's no reality to these bits of gossip." According to the report the wedding is booked to happen on April 19 and would occur at a Mumbai church. Arjun and Malaika have been supposed to date each other for over a year. At an unscripted TV drama, Arjun was seen driving her dramatic, holding her hand, prompting much theory about them being seeing someone. This was simply before the arrival of his film, Namaste England.
From that point forward, the team is regularly found in open spots. The two covertly went to Italy in October a year ago to observe Malaika's birthday. Photographs of them clasping hands at the Milan air terminal were shared on the web.
Malaika was hitched to Arbaaz Khan, sibling of Salman Khan, for a long time and two have a child named Arhaan. The couple got separated in 2016. Arbaaz is dating Italian model Giorgia Adriani. Malaika talked about her separation on Kareena Kapoor's radio show, Ishq FM. She chose to proceed with the detachment as Arbaaz and she were in a troubled marriage. "We thought about a ton of things and gauged each and every professional and con. And after that we chose, it's in an ideal situation that we move our different ways since we'd simply be better individuals. Since we were two individuals in a circumstance making each other very troubled which was affecting every other person's life around us," she said.
Arjun Kapoor has dated Salman's more youthful sister Arpita Khan before. Talking about it, he had revealed to Hindustan Times, "Arpita and I dated quite a while prior. The condition with the Khans hasn't changed a bit. That is the generosity of that family. It's troublesome for exes to be companions; so we don't hang out the manner in which we used to, yet when we meet, we talk."
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