Arbaaz khan, Malaika Arora party together 

The couple was spotted holidaying together in Goa.

Published: 03rd January 2017 05:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd January 2017 05:16 AM   |  A+A-

Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan


It was just a few days ago that the  rumours of Malaika Arora demanding hefty amount of `15 crore alimony from her ex-husband Arbaaz Khan were doing the rounds.

Immediately after that the estranged couple was spotted partying and enjoying a vacation at Goa along with their common set of friends. A source says, “Malaika along with her girl gang and sister Amrita Arora reached Goa earlier this week. They were seen having a gala time. However, Arbaaz apparently join them later and were seen pretty comfortable with Malaika’s presence.”

Amrita has been posting various pictures from their holidays and it was in one of the pictures at dinner table Arbaaz and Malaika are seen in the same frame. After 17 years of their marriage, the couple first announced that they are going to take a break from each other for six months this year. Later they filed for legal separation and were even seen attending first counseling at Bandra’s family court. There were many rumours about their split including money issues. The latest picture of them has once again created confusion about their equation.


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