Malaika Arora On Taking Her Relationship To Next Level
Malaika Arora is an actor who is aging like a fine wine. Along with her killer moves and impeccable sense of style, the actor is well known for her bold choices be it in the world of fashion or in life.
Malaika has been very vocal about her relationship with bae Arjun Kapoor and the couple made it Insta-official in the year 2019.While the two have brutally trolled for their age-gap, it has never stopped them from expressing their love for each other.
Be it sharing cute vacation pictures, sliding into each other’s comment section, hyping up each other on social media or stepping out for dinner dates, the two always root for each other and their sweet gestures towards each other has earned them a lot of admiration from their fans.
While expressing her love for Arjun Kapoor and addressing the 12 year age-gap, in a recent interview with Brides Today Malaika Arora said, “I don’t think they make men like that anymore.” Addressing their age-gap, she added, “Our world is so obsessed with tags… There is an age difference, but it has never been an issue between us. I think he is insanely wise for his age, and that he has a very deep and strong soul. He is someone who’s very liberated and extremely caring. I don’t think they make men like that anymore.”
The actor also revealed about her plans to take her relationship with Arjun Kapoor to the next level and said, “love to set up a home with Arjun and take our relationship to the next level.”
Talking about her divorce with Arbaaz Khan, she said, “I might have had wrong notions about love all my life, but when I met him, I connected with him and just fell in love. I now know what love is about…to love someone so purely is truly fascinating.”
She further added, “People think that I might be cynical about getting married again, but that’s far from true. I believe in the institution, I believe in love and companionship… all of it. I can’t answer when I will get married again, because I believe in leaving some aspects of one’s life as a surprise and not planning too much. Planning things constantly sucks the joy out of life”.