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Here's the reason behind Malaika-Arbaaz split!
When the news surfaced that Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan are parting their ways, it was A hard to digest thing for their fans who admire one of the hottest Bollywood couples for years. While the concrete reason behind the decision is still uncertain, the couple too have not yet come out in the open about their rumored split.

However, last week, a report in Mumbai Mirror conveyed that Malaika had chosen to part her way from the 18-year-old marriage with Arbaaz. A close friend of Malaika also confirmed that she was living separately. The source revealed that the actress was almost single-handedly providing for her 14-year-old son Arhaan's education.

Now, another report in BollywoodLife made it clear that apparently Malaika always had a problem with Arbaaz's uninspired career. The actor-producer, who is said to have lived under the shadow of his celebrity brother seemed to have bothered their lives all these years.

The report further said that Malaika supposedly always felt like an outsider in her husband's family. She also said to have issues with her brother-in law Salman Khan. It is said that Salman Khan was never in favour of Malaika's fashion choices. He also didn't approve her friends or anything the actress used to do.

However, it is not something that started today. The hitch in Malaika-Arbaaz's relationship is said to have taken place for years. But, now the actress has decided to end this bond. Recently, Malaika was in Delhi for Amazon India Fashion Week. She chose to avoid all personal questions at the event.

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