Christmas is almost here and the one who is spreading Christmas cheer is none other than Bollywood’s Bhaijaan Salman Khan. The superstar and his team have been sending Christmas goodies and gifts for friends and family.
Malaika Arora, who is also ex-wife of Arbaaz Khan, recently took to her Instagram Stories to share the pictures of the gifts she has received from Salman and his team.She posted a video displaying a box filled with goodies accompanied by a sweet note from Salman and his team. The contents included clothing items, a box of hot chocolate powder, a Santa hat, and more.
Check out the photos here:

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The note inside the box conveyed warm wishes, stating, “Wishing you a Merry Christmas filled with warmth and cheer and a joyous New Year! As a token of our appreciation for your unwavering friendship and support, we’ve prepared this small gift hamper. May it bring a smile to your face, just as your presence brightens ours.” The note was signed off with the message, “With love and gratitude, Salman Khan & Being Human Clothing.” Salman had previously announced the upcoming launch of a new women’s collection under Being Human.

Malaika gave Being Human a sweet shoutout, adding details about discounts Salman is offering on the occasion of Christmas and his upcoming birthday.

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Arbaaz Khan was formerly married to Malaika Arora for 19 years. The couple married in 1998 but announced their separation in March 2016. They finalized their divorce in May 2017. Together, they have a son named Arhaan.
Both have now moved on in their respective lives. While Malaika is in a relationship with Arjun Kapoor, Arbaaz has found love in Sshura Khan. the The actor is reportedly all set to get married to Sshura in an intimate wedding ceremony at sister Arpita Khan’s house.

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