Actress Malaika Arora sure knows how to set the temperature soaring with her appearances. After having a dinner date with her rumoured boyfriend Arjun Kapoor last night, the actress was back to work again as she taped for a special episode of her friend’s radio show. Malaika shot for an episode of What Women Want with Kareena Kapoor Khan, looking what we generally deem as ‘red hot’. Also Read - 'Intertwined Forever': Arjun Kapoor Gets Inked For His Sister Anshula Kapoor, Here's What it Means
The actress wore a dhoti-inspired dress by the Russian designer Alena Akhmadullina. The red gown had a plunging neckline and a dupatta-like detail on the neck. Malaika’s stylist Maneka Harisinghani took to Instagram to reveal the actress’ look for the day. She posted two pictures of the actress on Instagram. Check these out: Also Read - Kareena Kapoor Khan Parties With Her BFFs Malaika Arora, Arjun Kapoor and Amrita Arora | See Pics
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Malaika looked absolutely sensational. Last night, the actress was clicked by the paparazzi on a dinner date with Arjun at a popular eatery in Mumbai. For the outing, she wore a polka-dotted black and white maxi dress with a dangerously high slit. Despite all that risky detailing, Malaika managed to give easy-breezy feeling about that look. She worked every bit of that dress. Check these photos:
Both Malaika and Arjun are rumoured to be getting married this year. The two have also been spotted dining out with close friends and family members. In fact, last night as well, the couple was accompanied by Malaika’s friends Karisma Kapoor, Amrita Arora and Arjun’s folks, Chunky Pandey-Bhavana Pandey-Ananya Pandey and Ritesh Sidhwani among others.
Earlier, commenting on their relationship rumours, Arjun’s uncle and actor Anil Kapoor said on No Filter Neha, “I know Arjun very well and whatever makes him happy, makes me happy. I don’t want to comment on anything as that’s personal… whatever he does. We all family members have believed that whatever makes the other person happy makes us happy.”