Malaika Arora gave it back to trolls who accused her of 'marrying a rich guy and divorcing him for alimony'

Malaika Arora Khan was trolled on Instagram for allegedly marrying a rich man and using alimony for her own luxuries. She reacted like a boss

Malaika Arora recently put a stunning photo of her on Instagram. The picture from one of her photoshoots had her wearing a gorgeous dress with a heavily embellished neckline. While the actress garners a lot of eyeballs every time she steps out of her abode, this time she had to face trolls.

Malaika and Arbaaz Khan decided to end their 18 years of marriage and filed for divorce, and that’s precisely why a troller took it to Instagram and bashed her. This is what Malaika had posted:

This is how trollers commented on her post:

Malaika Arora Khan Instagram post

Malaika Arora’s instagram post

And this is how another Instagram user decided to comment:

Malaika Arora Khan Instagram post

Malaika Arora’s instagram post

Usually celebrities ignore such trolls on social media and do not respond unless its highly insensitive. But, this is the post in which the person slammed Malaika for using her ‘alumni’ (alimony) money to support her luxurious life she’s leading today. However, Malaika didn’t just let this troller go by. The actress reverted to the comment and said that even though she never takes the pain of replying to such comments, this time she felt it was necessary. This is how she gave it back:

Malaika Arora Khan Instagram post

Malaika Arora’s instagram post

Well, it’s high time people stop judging and shaming actresses for their life choices.

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