Malaika Arora and her son Arhaan Khan were spotted enjoying a casual dinner outing on Tuesday evening, a month after Malaika’s ex-husband Arbaaz Khan tied the knot for the second time with Sshura Khan.
The mother-son duo looked effortlessly stylish as they stepped out for the evening. Malaika opted for a chic ensemble, donning a crop sweater over a white top paired with classic jeans.Arhaan, on the other hand, showcased his casual yet trendy look in a grey sweatshirt and ripped jeans.

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Malaika has maintained a dignified silence and refrained from extending wishes to her ex-husband on his second marriage. She has been making headlines for her alleged breakup with Arjun Kapoor. It was being said that while one was ready to take the relationship to the next level with a marriage, the other was being hesitant. However, their recent sightings have suggested that all is well between the couple.

Malaika and Arbaaz had announced their separation in 2016, officially finalizing their divorce in 2017. They have remained cordial with each other for the sake of their son. Before getting married Sshura, Arbaaz previously dated Giorgia Andriani. They parted ways last year. Giorgia had revealed that Malaika had no interference in their relationship and was not responsible for their breakup.

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