We all know that Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan's relationship has hit the rock. But the duo kept their differences aside and came together to celebrate their son Arhaan's birthday. Apart from Malaika & Arbaaz, the private birthday bash was also attended by their family members including Arpita Khan Sharma and Amrita Arora.
However, Salman Khan was missing from the birthday bash as the actor was not in town. Arhaan, who was born on November 9, 2002 has grown up in to a charming boy and is looking simply adorable at his birthday party.
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Arbaaz & Malaika In One Frame
What better gift could Arhaan ask from his parents? Isn't it lovely to see how Malaika & Arbaaz made their son's special day a little more special?
Birthday boy Arhaan pose for a picture along with his entire family. Malaika's sister Amrita Arora shared this picture on her Instagram account and wrote, "Happy happy Arhaan❤️ #familytime #celebrations #1stborn #unconditionallove."
Ahil With Malaika
If this picture doesn't warm the cockles of your heart, we don't know what will! Malaika Arora Khan kissing Ahil, while Ahil enjoys being cuddled by his 'Mami'.
And here comes the picture that captures the unbreakable bonding of three generations i.e., grandfather, father and son!
Arhaan's Birthday Cake
Salman's sister Arpita Khan shared the picture of birthday cake on Instagram and wrote, "It's nice when a fancy looking cake taste divine Fabulous Nutella cake , made by @tiernom.patisserie for @iamarhaankhanbirthday ... thanks V we loved it!"
On a related note, Malaika had once talked about Arhaan and had mentioned that she and Arbaaz never imposed anything on Arhaan and when it comes to choosing religion, it's totally upto their son.
She was quoted as saying , "He has the right to choose what religion he wants to practice, the faith you follow... It's up to him whether he wants to visit a mosque, church or temple. We just want him to grow up to be a good human. We believe in the power of prayer, a sense of connecting with a higher force. But that's all. We celebrate every festival with the same fervor and respect. As long as we instil good values in our son, it's fine."