Though Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan are no longer together as a celebrity couple after getting the divorce, they can be seen together at family gatherings and celebrating festivals. Even they can be seen vacationing with their son Arhaan. Recently, at the launch of Indian Junior Players League T20 Arbaaz opened up on how his separation from Malaika has impacted their 14-year-old son.
According to the reports published by a leading daily, Arbaaz revealed how his separation with Malaika had impacted his son Arhaan. He said, “I look at my scenario as my personal scenario. I have a 14-year-old boy right now who, unfortunately, has seen his parents split for whatever reason. He needs the right guidance and the right attention for which if I have to maintain a certain amount of decorum in my family then it will be done. I have a very good relationship with Malaika and her family and it will continue to remain that way and my son is my priority and I would do anything to see that situation is maintained, apart from that there is nothing else to ask.”
It is to be noted that Malaika has secured custody of Arhaan, while Arbaaz has visitation rights on his son, as per the settlement reached in the Bandra Family Court.
Not only this, Arbaaz also shared his mind on Arhaan participating in the cricketing league. He said “Sure I would. My son is at the right age, in fact, to participate in the league, if he wants to take part in something like this. But I hope he gets selected because the selection process is pretty extensive and pretty fair. Like I said 55,000 applicants were there and of which only 240 were selected. No matter what, there is a just and fair selection process. Most of the families that come with their kids are pretty much satisfied by the way it has been done.”
Certainly, Arbaaz’s concern for his son Arhaan is every father in the world.
Source– The Indian Express
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