Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora had a perfect evening on February 14, Valentine’s Day. The two took to Instagram to share photos from their special night together.
Just like any other romantic couple, Valentine’s Day was a special occasion for celebrity couple Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor. The two enjoyed the most romantic candle light dinner, surrounded by beautiful flowers.
Malaika shared photos from the night on Instagram Stories. One of them showed her in a white dress, sitting on a sofa with red roses in front of her. An artificial candle was lit and a dinner menu could also be seen.
Arjun shared more photos of the beautiful setting. There was a white canopy hanging from the ceiling with pretty fairy lights all around it. Small lanterns were placed on the floor and beautiful flowers could be seen all over the room. He also shared a black and white photo of Malaika.
The two kicked off the Valentine’s Day celebrations the day before. Malaika took to her Instagram Stories to share a glimpse of Arjun wearing a black t-shirt with “Love is in the Air” printed on his back.
Malaika and Arjun have been dating for a few years now. Speaking to Filmfare in an interview, about their decision to go public, Arjun said, “We came out because we believe the media has given us dignity. There’s a certain understanding that the media have… they’ve been respectful, kind, honest, and decent about it. That’s why I felt comfortable. You step back when there is a certain “gandhagi” that comes with the territory. When people purposely annoy you by saying, writing or asking things… there was none of that, ”he said.
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However, he had said he would not marry. “I’m not getting married. I understand why there is speculation. Because in my own house, people would ask “tu shaadi kab kar raha hai”? It’s a very organic Indian question. If you are with someone for three days, the question of marriage arises. “Shaadi karlo, tumhari umar ho gayi hai, abhi kitna sochoge?” 33 years old, for most people in India, is the ideal age to get married, but not for me. I still have time. If I didn’t hide my relationship, why would I hide my marriage? He added.