Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor have found themselves in the midst of yet another round of breakup rumours, but recent sightings suggested that the couple is far from facing any troubles in their relationship.
The duo was recently seen together as they left Amrita Arora’s party in Mumbai in the same car during the early hours of Saturday. The party also saw the attendance of Kareena Kapoor and Karisma Kapoor.
Earlier reports claimed that Malaika and Arjun had parted ways and were now giving their love a second chance. The rumored reason behind their alleged breakup was speculated to be a difference in opinions regarding taking their relationship to the next level, with one of them reportedly desiring marriage while the other hesitated.

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However, sources close to the couple have vehemently denied these claims, asserting that Malaika and Arjun never parted ways in the first place. The rumors of a breakup have been circulating since last year.

A few weeks ago, Arjun was spotted visiting Malaika’s residence, debunking any doubts about their relationship. Malaika, too, took to Instagram stories to share a joyful picture with Arjun.
As the couple continues to navigate the challenges of being in the public eye, Malaika and Arjun seem determined to let their actions speak louder than rumours.

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