Arbaaz Khan is all set to tie the knot once again. He is reportedly dating make-up artiste Shura Khan and the two are ready to take the plunge. It has been reported that Arbaaz and Shura will take their wedding vows in an intimate ceremony on December 24.
Just a day prior to their big day, Arbaaz was seen walking on the red carpet of Umang 2023 in Mumbai.He was seen wearing a blue suit with white shirt. As he arrived at the grand event, the photographers couldn’t resist themselves from teasing Arbaaz about his marriage to Shura.
The moment Arbaaz posed for photographs, the shutterbugs kept congratulating for his wedding by asking him, ‘Kal kitne baje aana hai?’ The paps also asked him about the wedding venue so that they can reach before time to click the pictures of the newlyweds.

Is Arbaaz Khan getting married to makeup artist Shura Khan? Here’s what we know

The couple reportedly met on the sets of Arbaaz’s upcoming film Patna Shukla. However, both Arbaaz and Shura have remained tight-lipped about their relationship and have not shared any official statement about their wedding.

The actor was earlier married to Malaika Arora before the two officially parted ways in May 2017. Malaika went on to date Arjun Kapoor and their relationship continues to go strong. Despite their separation, Malaika and Arbaaz remain co-parents to their son, Arhaan.

Arbaaz also dated Giorgia Andriani for several years after his divorce. The two parted ways as was confirmed by Giorgia a few days ago. She cited compatibility issues saying that they were too different from each other, which was not favourable for their relationship. She also cleared the air that Arbaaz’s ex-wife Malaika did not interfere and is not the responsible for their separation.

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