Arjun Kapoor shares feelings of regret and writes a cryptic note amid breakup rumors with Malaika Arora: “The pain from…”

Arjun Kapoor’s cryptic note has fueled breakup rumors with Malaika Arora.

Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora, often in the spotlight for their relationship, are now making headlines due to breakup rumors. However, neither has commented on the situation.

Meanwhile, Arjun Kapoor’s cryptic note has fueled breakup rumors. On Monday, the actor took to Instagram, writing, “Pain from discipline is better than pain from regret.”

Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor began dating in 2018, but recently, rumors have surfaced that the couple has broken up. Amid these speculations, Malaika has shared her thoughts on true love.

In a conversation with Hello Magazine India, Malaika Arora shared that she is a hopeless romantic, saying, “I’ll never give up on the idea of true love, no matter what. I’m a typical Scorpio that way, so I’ll fight for love till the very end, but I’m also very realistic and know where to draw the line.”

In the same interview, Malaika also discussed “fairytale endings” and her hardest life lessons, stating, “Probably the realization that nothing in life is permanent. We’ve all been brought up reading stories with fairytale endings and were led to believe that’s how life is… But that’s not what life is, and it’s something you only realize later on. Of course, I still hold on to a certain optimism, but nothing is permanent in life. Things change. Equations also change drastically… and you must be prepared for it. Permanency doesn’t exist…”

Rumors of Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor’s breakup gained traction after her absence from Arjun’s birthday bash. However, the couple has yet to address the status of their relationship.

Malaika Arora discusses handling negativity in life

In an interview with Hello magazine, Malaika Arora shared how she deals with negativity surrounding her personal life. Amid ongoing rumors of her breakup with Arjun Kapoor, Malaika also spoke about the internet being a toxic space. She mentioned that while negativity used to affect her, she has now developed a mechanism to cope with it. Malaika said:

“I have somehow built a mechanism — or shield, I would say — around me where I don’t let the negativity through anymore. I’ve insulated myself from it. Whether it’s people, a work environment, social media or trolls. The minute I feel that energy, I recoil instantly. It’s something I’ve learned to do over time.”

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