Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora currently are the hottest couple of the tinsel town. Internet was abuzz with the news of Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora taking their relationship to the next level and tying the knot this year. The love birds who haven’t really made their relationship official do give us cues over their relationship with their multiple outings. The two have never really commented on their relationship but looks like now Malla is no more in the mood to hide under 'we are just friends' tag. She candidly spoke about her 'love' in her recent interview.
When Malaika was asked about the so-called rumors about her wedding to Arjun Kapoor, she held media responsible for it. "This is all media made. Media is responsible for it," Malaika said neither confirming the news nor denying it. It has been two years since her divorce with Arbaaz Khan and Malaika feels that someone is just lucky if they get a second chance in life to love and be happy.
When quizzed over Arjun Kapoor, without taking the name, she said, "I guess everyone wants to move on and find love and companionship with people they can relate to. And if you do, I think you are just lucky. If you can do that, I think you are lucky to find that second chance at being happy."
Earlier on Karan Johar’s chat show Koffee with Karan, when the host asked him if he is ready to introduce his girlfriend to his family, without taking Malaika’s name, the 33-year-old actor spoke his mind. “It has to fall into place. There's a lot that's happened in the family in the last few months. A lot has happened in my life in the last few months that has given me perspective."
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Arjun also spoke on the importance of companionship and how in the last few months he learned its importance. "The last six months have taught me more about life than I imagined. I was just doing the right thing at one point of time and then I realised it snowballed into something being more relevant and important in my life. I finally feel like I have a sense of belonging and a family."