Regarding Arbaaz and Shura Khan’s nuptials, Salim Khan said, “There Is No Need For My Permission”


Regarding Arbaaz and Shura Khan's nuptials, Salim Khan said, "There Is No Need For My Permission"

Salim Khan talks about son Arbaaz Khan marrying Shura Khan: No need for my permission - India Today

New Delhi: On Sunday, December 24, Bollywood makeup artist Shura Khan wed actor and director Arbaaz Khan. Arbaaz’s sister Arpita Khan Sharma hosted the private nikkah at her Mumbai home. Social media users saw images and videos of the recentlyweds dancing to upbeat music with their loved ones. Salim Khan, a seasoned screenwriter and Arbaaz’s father, has now shared his opinions about the wedding, a few days after it took place. Salim Khan stated, “They decided to get married,” in an interview with News18. Personally, I don’t think it’s a crime; that’s just my opinion. I have bestowed my blessings upon the bride and groom and am delighted for him.

I don’t believe a conversation was necessary. He is capable of making his own decisions because he is mature, intelligent, and young. You don’t require my consent. Everything else is irrelevant if he is content. He recently announced that he was getting married, and I was happy to hear that. Salim Khan continued, “I also think it’s better to not meddle in other people’s lives as it causes problems.

The entire Khan family, including brothers Salman and Sohail, son Arhaan, parents Salim and Salma, and nephews Yohan and Nirvaan, attended Arbaaz Khan and Shura Khan’s nikah ceremony.

In a joint Instagram post, Arbaaz Khan and Shura Khan shared the good news along with some dreamy photos from their wedding album. “In the presence of our loved ones, me and mine begin a lifetime of love and togetherness from this day on!” the couple captioned the photo. I’m in need of all your blessings and well wishes on this special day! “, along with an emoji of folded hands and a red heart.

Bollywood stars wished Arbaaz Khan and his wife a happy married life as soon as he released his wedding photos. With delight, Farah Khan said, “Congratulations, Arbaaz Khan. I hope you all have happiness and it was truly amazing,” she said, adding a red heart emoji. Rasha Thadani, the daughter of Raveena Tandon, expressed her joy by posting the red heart and “YAYAYYAYA” emojis. Actress Alizeh Agnihotri, niece of Arbaaz Khan, celebrated by sharing red hearts on social media.

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Malaika Arora was the former spouse of Arbaaz Khan. 2017 saw the couple’s 19-year marriage end in divorce. Arhaan Khan is the name of their shared son.

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