Actor Arjun Kapoor and entrepreneur Malaika Arora might have refrained from talking openly about their much speculated relationship, but their social media PDA is adorable. This time, Malaika wants to know why Arjun is "so grumpy". She brought this up when Arjun posted an image from his childhood riding a toy horse. He captioned the photograph that he shared on Instagram: "Began my horse riding prep way early in life. Always knew I was going to be doing 'Panipat'. 'Panipat' prep... horsing around... grumps for life...Throwback Thursday."
Poking Arjun, Malaika responded: "Why so grumpy?" This is not the first time the two indulged in some social media PDA. Some time back when Arjun shared a fan-made image of himself, Malaika replied to it with a fire emoji.When Arjun posted a photograph of himself saying, "Crouching tiger, hidden Arjun", Malaika commented "Nice pic".
Malaika Arora is ruling the headlines these days for her alleged relationship with Arjun Kapoor. While the duo has not confirmed their dating news, they often get clicked together going out and coming in the celeb parties. Arjun and Malaika are even spotted together walking hand in hand at the airport. Recently at the screening of Arjun Kapoor’s just released film India’s Most Wanted, Arjun and Malaika posed for the paparazzi together.
During an interaction with Filmfare, Arjun Kapoor revealed the reason behind the couple’s appearance together at the screening and said, "We've come out because we feel the media has given us dignity. There's a certain understanding the media has... they've been respectful, kind, honest and decent about it. That is why I felt comfortable. You recoil when there's a certain "gandhagi" that comes with the territory. When purposely people irk you by saying, writing or asking things... there hasn't been any of that. Where the paps are concerned, we give them photos when walking in and out of a place. It is normal. We talk to them. There's a certain ease. I told them don't sit under the house just because it looks like we're hiding, when we're not. Let it be natural. Let it be normal. I don't want my neighbours being disturbed, I don't want her neighbours being disturbed. We're not doing anything wrong. I don't want that story being conveyed that we're still hiding, when we're not. They understood that."