Arbaaz Khan on split with Malaika Arora and why he is going to move on

The couple decided to separate after 18 years of marriage

Entertainment Desk February 22, 2017
Arbaaz and Malaika tied the knot back in 1998 after meeting at the shoot of a coffee ad. PHOTO: INDIAN EXPRESS

One of the most shocking splits last year was of B-Town A-listers Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan. The couple announced separation after 18 years of marriage.

 The Dabangg producer has, yet again, opened up about his equation with estranged wife, Malaika.

“See you have a choice, either you look back at your life and sit back, or you look at it as a lesson and say, ‘Okay, I am going to move on from here’. Any loss that you suffer – be it money-wise, somebody’s demise in the family or a relationship, life goes on. Human beings are meant to survive,” he said in an interview with Business Of Cinema.

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Arbaaz has also been vocal about sharing a very cordial relationship with Malaika. “Just because we’re separating, doesn’t mean we have to be worried about each other’s equations. I have a child with her, so we have to have a cordial and a great relationship. We’re very amicable with the split we had. I’m close to her side of the family, something that you can all see,” the Dabangg producer told The Deccan Chronicle.

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“My association with her family has been that of over 21 years, which is almost like a lifetime. I have a growing up child, so there’s a lot of parenting responsibilities and duties we have to do and it can only happen if the atmosphere between the two of us is very conducive and normal. We both are extremely mature and can handle this,” Arbaaz went on to add.

On the work front, Arbaaz's Dabangg 3 will hit the floors soon.

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