Malaika Arora’s adorable birthday wish for her son Arhaan is best thing on the internet today

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Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan’s child Arhaan celebrates his 17th birthday today. To mark the occasion, both his parents posted adorable wishes for the young star. While mommy Mala decided to post a collage with her son, including a major throwback picture of Arhaan when he was a child alongside a recent pic, Arbaaz simply posted pics of Arhaan with his gang.

Malaika wrote an adorable caption with the two pictures of herself and her son. Her caption read, “And just like that my baby boy turns 17….. our first born . You are my strength and my weakness Arhaan and just the most loving, understanding and sensible . LOVE YOU ( I will always grab you for my share of hugs n kisses … deal with it).”

Arbaaz meanwhile, posted a series of pictures with a simple caption that read, ” 17 Today.” Check out his post for Arhaan below:

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17 today 🥳❤️🤗

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Born in 2002, Arhaan is close to both his mom and dad despite their divorce, after which Malaika got the custody of her son. Earlier in an interview on Kareena Kapoor’s chat show What Women Want, Malaika revealed how Arhaan felt about her separation with Arbaaz. She said, “He[Arhaan] did actually turn around one day and he did say that to me, Mom, it’s good to see you happy and smiling.”

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My loves ♥️ happy Diwali 🙏

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She had further added, “I would want to see my child in a happy environment than be subjected to an environment that is completely disruptive. With time, my child is far more accepting and far more happy. He can see that we both as individuals are far more happy than what we were in our marriage.”

Maybe some things just aren’t meant to be, but nonetheless, we would like to wish Arhaan a very happy birthday and a bright future ahead.

Published by Amrit Santlani on 09 Nov 2019

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