Find Out How Malaika Arora Responded To The Comment “Motherhood Will End Your Career?”

Malaika Arora, who is a single mother to Arhaan Khan, sends out a powerful and lovely message to all mothers.

Mother’s Day was observed around the world yesterday. Mothers, in our opinion, do not require a special day to be honoured; they should be honoured every day because they are just magnificent and we would not exist without them. In a candid interview, Malaika Arora, who is a single mother to Arhaan Khan, discussed the difficulties she faces. To find out more, keep scrolling down.

Malaika was 28 when Arhaan was born. Arbaaz Khan, her ex-husband, is the father of her son. They married in 1998 and divorced in 2017, and Malaika has been winning parenting single-handedly ever since.

Malaika Arora, who is a single mother to Arhaan Khan, sends out a powerful and lovely message to all mothers.

Mother’s Day was observed around the world yesterday. Mothers, in our opinion, do not require a special day to be honoured; they should be honoured every day because they are just magnificent and we would not exist without them. In a candid interview, Malaika Arora, who is a single mother to Arhaan Khan, discussed the difficulties she faces. To find out more, keep scrolling down.

Malaika was 28 when Arhaan was born. Arbaaz Khan, her ex-husband, is the father of her son. They married in 1998 and divorced in 2017, and Malaika has been winning parenting single-handedly ever since.

Malaika Arora opened out about parenting in an interview with Humans Of Bombay on Mother’s Day, saying, “‘This will kill your career!’ is what many said when I was expecting.” After marriage, an actress was rarely seen on the screen back then.

But, having been reared by women who valued independence, I realized that being a mother meant taking on yet another role—that of mother! I continued to work throughout my pregnancy, shuttling shows and rehearsals. And I promised to give Arhaan the world when he was born.

I also told myself that I would keep my word. I also told myself that as a mother, I would not lose my identity.

Since then, I’ve kept both of my vows. I performed at an award show two months after giving birth. I was pleased with myself since I returned home in time to cuddle Arhaan into bed. Knowing that I could balance parenthood and my career gave me confidence. A year after giving birth, I said yes to Karan for Kaal Dhamaal!”

“Live your dream—go for that job, leave if you’re in a miserable marriage, and prioritize yourself,” Malaika Arora urged all of the mothers out there. Being a mother does not imply that you cease being yourself. Motherhood isn’t the end of the road.

It should be treated as a comma, not a full stop”

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