Arjun Kapoor’s father Boney Kapoor was married to Sridevi (second wife) that caused a little turmoil in the family though nothing much happened until Sridevi’s sudden demise. After her death, Arjun Kapoor has come forward with his sister Anshula Kapoor to support her step-sisters Janhvi kapoor and Khushi Kapoor.
When everything was starting to fall in place, Arjun Kapoor has hit the headlines for his confession on his relationship with Malaika Arora who was earlier married to Arbaaz Khan and had kids. Owning to personal differences, Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan has separated while there were rumours all over that stated Arjun Kapoor to be the root cause for the divorce. Although, the divorced couple did not open up regarding their personal details including the divorce. Both Malaika and Arbaaz are now with their respective partners while the former is much trolled for her relationship with Arjun Kapoor.
Off lately, a fan of Varun Dhawan has trolled Arjun Kapoor for disliking her step mother but at the same time is in a relationship with Malaika Arora who is a mother of a teenage boy and 11 years elder than Arjun Kapoor. The fan has trolled him on her twitter account that read, “You hate ur father’s second wife bcoz your father left your mother, and now u r dating a woman who is 11 years elder to you and has a teenage son. Why double standards @arjunk26 ???”
While replying to the same, Arjun has tweeted, “I don’t hate anyone Kusum. We kept a dignified distance, If I did I wouldn’t have been there for my dad Janhvi & Khushi at a sensitive time… it’s easy to type & judge, think a little. Your @Varun_dvn s fan so I feel I should tell u don’t spread negativity with his face on ur DP”.
However, on counter reply the fan has apologised stating,” I apologise if I have hurt anyone’s sentiments. I meant to do no harm. Extremely sorry to all @arjunk26 Fans…. Please Forgive me. It was just my opinion. Have nothing against @arjunk26 Sir or #MalaikaArora Ma’am. . SORRY SIR @arjunk26”
In an interview with CineBlitz the actor told, “Where my sisters are concerned, and the bond that all of you have been able to witness for the last year, and the evolution of it, I think it is still a continuous process on a daily basis. There is a discovery of each other and we are at a very nascent stage in that. When you are 32 and you have two new people enter your life, you also have to give it time.”