Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora have ben divorced for two years now and the two have always spoken well about each other. They are cordial with each other in public and have both found love in different people. The two however come together if need be for family occasions on the rare occasion. Malaika and Arbaaz also have a teenage son and in a recent interview the latter opened up about his family. He revealed in the interview that even after the divorce, both him and Malaika share a good rapport.
Arbaaz said, "We have been together for so many years, and shared so many memories. Most importantly we have a kid together, so there’s a respect for each other. There was something that did not work between us so we got separated. However, this doesn’t mean that we will hate each other. We are matured individuals; we are dealing with it with respect and dignity."
The Dabbang actor also added that he continues to have a good relationship with her family as well. "I have a good equation with her side of the family too. So if we could not live amicably under one roof, we decided to lead our lives separately. Our son has kept us bonded, and when he grows up everything will be better," Arbaaz said.
Arbaaz, in the same interview also spoke highly about his 16-year-old son Arhaan and revealed that he handled the divorce rather well. "He is a very good son, I love the way he has handled all this. Many times at this sensitive age, children are victims of bad influence, but he’s a very positive kid,” he said.
Malaika on the other hand in a earlier interview opened up about motherhood and how being in a relationship does not change her priorities with her son. "Arbaaz and I have moved on, amicably. We have to be sensitive to our child (Arhaan) and his needs. When we parted ways, I felt vulnerable, though I am not a vulnerable person. I didn't know which direction I wanted to move into. I was just sure that I have to give my child a stable environment, and to date, it has been my number one priority. Gradually, one thing led to another and now, things are how you see them today. I have to give my son a lot of credit for that,” she said.