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I like Arjun Kapoor this way or that way: Malaika Arora

I like Arjun Kapoor this way or that way: Malaika Arora

| @indiablooms | 26 Feb 2019, 08:14 am

Mumbai Feb 26 (IBNS): Giving pace to the rumour that she is dating actor Arjun Kapoor, actress Malaika Arora recently said she likes the Bollywood star in any way.

In the next episode of director-producer-actor-anchor Karan Johar's chat show Koffee with Karan, Arora will be the guest along with actress-turned politician Kirron Kher, actors Mallika Dua and Vir Das.

In a promo of the episode released by Star World India on social media, Johar could be seen asking Kher whom she would prefer as the best male actor to which the veteran actress replied, 'Arjun'.

Following Kher's reply, Arora could be heard saying, "I like Arjun, this way or that way,".

Arora, the former wife of actor-director-producer Arbaaz Khan, is in a rumoured relationship with Kapoor.

The two are often seen together, be it at a restaurant or airport.

Now fans would certainly wait to see whether Arora finally admits her courtship with Kapoor in the episode or not.

Image credit: Screenshort grab from YouTube video

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