Shocking split: Malaika Arora, Arbaaz Khan headed for divorce?

Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan tied the knot in December 1998 and have been married for 17 years. (AFP)

Bollywood is yet to recover from the shocking announcement of actor Farhan Akhtar separating from wife Adhuna Akhtar, it has been now hit by reports suggesting that another Bollywood couple is parting ways.

According to media reports, producer-actor Arbaaz Khan and actor Malaika Arora Khan are headed for a divorce, after a marriage of 17 years.

Entertainment portal spotboye.com reported that Malaika moved out of their Bandra home recently and is said to have shifted to an apartment in Khar, along with her 14-year-old son Arhaan.

This apartment is in the same building in which her sister actor Amrita Arora Ladak's in-laws stay.

Buzz is that Malaika is in a relationship with a British businessman.

To get a clarity on same, media is trying to get in touch with both Arbaaz and Malaika, but the two don't seem to be in a mood of answering calls and texts.

However, Malaika's manager told a leading daily that all is well in their marriage. The manager quoted, "As far as I know they are very much in love and are not headed for a divorce."
 
We hope things are fine in Arbaaz and Malaika's paradise!

Malaika and Arbaaz were hosting a television show 'Power Couple' together but the actress is no longer seen on the show. Arbaaz is hosting it alone.

Hindustan Times quotes a source from the sets of the show, "Right from the beginning of the shoot in December, the couple had asked for separate rooms and did not talk to each other on the sets. Even during breaks, they went to their respective rooms and had no interaction at all."

However, Malaika is being coaxed to join Arbaaz for the finale shoot.

Malaika was also conspicuous by her absence at Arbaaz's sister Arpita Khan Sharma’s baby shower in Dubai recently.

While the separation rumours are doing the rounds in India Arbaaz has come to Dubai.

The two tied the knot in December 1998 and have been married for 17 years.

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