True of False? Malaika Arora ask 10 Crore Rupee Alimony from Arbaaz Khan

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Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan have finally ended their 18-year marriage. The legal proceedings are all over, and the Bandra family court granted Malaika and Arbaaz a divorce on May 11.

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Celebrity break-ups generally involved a huge amount of alimony which they are not ready to divulge in public. Hrithik Roshan and Suzanne Khan’s divorce was also very costliest and now again Arbaaz has to shed mammoth amount to settle his divorce with Malaika.

Earlier report suggest that Malaika has not asked for any alimony or property from Arbaaz but now report is doing all the round that Malaika has asked for Rs 10 crore maintenance for her and their son.

A source told the entertainment portal,  Rs 10 crore minimum is what Malaika wants. And she will not settle for anything lesser. Their son Arhaan might continue to stay with Malaika after the divorce, which is likely to come about in May 2017″.

Arbaaz has said that he is ready to pay Rs. 15 crore as an alumni amount to Malaika. Both have a son, Arhan, whose custody will remain with Malaika. In return, Arbaaz is giving a flatt to his son in a gift.The duo had an amicable divorce and Khan has been granted full access to Arhaan.

Rubbishing all the rumours surrounding Malaika and Arbaaz’s divorce getting uglier, some source reveals, “Malaika hasn’t demanded any alimony from Arbaaz as yet. They are very much on cordial terms and are still working out a way to separate on an amicable note.”

Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan met while shooting an advertisement for a coffee brand. They married in 1998, after featuring together in a music video. Over the years, Malaika has featured in films starring or made by Arbaaz, like “Dabangg”. In 2015, they co-hosted “Power Couple”, a reality show.

Separated in March last year, the couple has filed for divorce on November 8. They attended their first counselling session three days later. They were then given a mandatory six-month waiting period to reconsider their decision of ending marriage.

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