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Malaika Arora asks her son about virginity, leaves Arhaan Khan stumped
Photo courtesy: Screenshot grab Instagram video of Dumb Biryani

Malaika Arora asks her son about virginity, leaves Arhaan Khan stumped

| @indiablooms | 17 Apr 2024, 09:58 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood actress Malaika Arora surprised many with her question to son Arhaan Khan in a chat show, leaving him clueless.

In a chat show titled 'Dumb Biryani', Arhaan hosted Malaika whom he asked about her marriage plans.

In the teaser of the episode, Arhaan asked Malaika to show him her hands and then asked, "When are you getting married."

For the uninformed, Arhaan is the son of Malaika and actor Arbaaz Khan. Malaika and Arbaaz got divorced in 2017 after 19 years of their married life.

Malaika is now dating actor Arjun Kapoor.


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In a counter question, Malaika surprised Arhaan by saying, "Do you think you can be truthful because I can be very spicy?"

Malaika went ahead to ask his son, "When did you lose your virginity?"

"Wow," says Arhaan, completely stumped by his mother's question.

The full episode is streaming on YouTube from Wednesday.

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