Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan have been granted divorce, but the couple has never let it come in the way of good parenting. Malaika recently shared a throwback photo with son Arhaan, and Arbaaz’s comment on it is heartwarming!
Malaika captioned the image, “Precious precious moments…I guess the rains make me all nostalgic #mommy#babyarhaan #throwback”
Malaika’s ex-husband Arbaaz Khan was quick to react to the picture and his comment will make you wonder why the couple split in the first place. Arbaaz wrote ‘I shot thic pic’ accompanied with a heart emoji. Take a look:
Adorable, isn’t it?
Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora have always maintained cordial relations with each other. The two were granted divorce in May. The couple, who married in 1998, had filed for it on mutual consent last November.
The custody of their son Arhaan remains with Malaika, while Arbaaz has access whenever he wants.
Malaika and Arbaaz have not let their divorce come in the way of spending quality time with their son Arhaan and other family members. Take a look at recent instances when they have come together for family:
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Despite their split, Arbaaz insists his equation with Malaika’s family has remained unchanged. In an earlier interview with mid-day, Arbaaz said, “My association with Malaika spans over two decades. So, I have always been on good terms with her family. We celebrated special occasions earlier too. If things haven’t gone well between us, it doesn’t mean that the equation with the family changes. They still have a lot of love and affection for me and I have respect for them. Malaika wasn’t with us on New Year’s, but was there a few days before that. But, that’s not the point. We are very amicable.”
The two do not want their teenage son, Arhaan, to be affected by their separation. “We are responsible parents and don’t want our child to get affected. We want him to grow up in a healthy atmosphere rather than be worried if his parents will confront each other when they meet. Malaika and I are mature individuals and don’t want anyone around us to be affected,” he said.