Malaika Arora talks about ‘normalizing finding love in 40s’ after BF Arjun Kapoor quashes break up rumours

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Malaika Arora recently dropped a cryptic post on her social media account about ‘normalizing finding love in 40s’ after boyfriend Arjun Kapoor savagely refuted their break up rumours. Malaika Arora and her actor boyfriend recently returned to the city after their romantic vacation, and they were recently faced with rumours about their break-up. But Arjun Kapoor was quick to quash all rumours.

Now, Malaika Arora took to her Instagram account and shared a post that talked about ‘normalizing finding love in 40s’. The post read, “No but seriously. Normalize finding love in your ‘40s. Normalize discovering and chasing new dreams in your 30’s. Normalize finding yourself and your purpose in your 50’s. Life doesn’t end at 25. Let’s stop acting like it does.” The 48-year-old has shared this post after Arjun shared a loved up selfie on his Instagram account.

Check out Malaika Arora’s cryptic post below:

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Refuting their break up rumours, Arjun had written on her Instagram account, “Ain’t no place for shady rumours. Stay safe. Stay blessed. Wish well for people. Love y’all”. Maliaka was all love as she dropped a heart emoji in the comments of the post.


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Malaika and Arjun have always been trolled for their age difference. Arjun is 36 years old while Malaika is 48 years old. In an interview with, Arjun had said, “Firstly, I think that the media is the one who goes through the comments from people. We don’t even look at 90% of it so the trolling cannot be given so much importance, because it’s all fake. Those same people will be dying to take a selfie with me when they meet me, so you cannot believe that narrative.”

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