Written byRanpreet Kaur ·
Recently on Koffee With Karan 6, the Chaiyya Chaiyya dancer also confessed to 'liking' Arjun 'this way or that way.'
Her admission once again brought back the burning question of their wedding in limelight.
And if recent reports are to be believed, Arjun-Malaika will be having a church wedding soon.
It seems Arjun-Malaika, who kept their relationship under wraps for a long time, have thrown caution to the wind.
They are often spotted spending quality time together, and now it looks like the couple is ready to take the plunge and get hitched soon.
"Malaika and Arjun have decided to get married in April, in a church wedding," a source reportedly told Deccan Chronicle.
Interestingly, Malaika, who prefers keeping mum about her love life, openly admitted that she likes Arjun.
This happened during Karan Johar's Koffee With Karan 6 finale episode, which was about choosing the best performers of the season.
The jury featured Malaika, Kirron Kher, Vir Das and Mallika Dua.
When Kirron named Arjun, Malaika supported her saying, "I like Arjun this way or that way".
This wasn't the first time that Arjun-Malaika's wedding was discussed on KWK6.
During an episode featuring Aamir Khan as a guest, Malaika made a guest appearance, when KJo held her hand and walked her down.
"We are walking down the aisle. That will also happen in your life soon enough," said Karan.
For the uninitiated, if the reports turned out to be true, this will be Malaika's second wedding.
The diva was earlier married to Arbaaz Khan for 19 years until they got divorced in 2017.
They also have a 16-year-old son Arhaan.
Notably, after getting divorced, Malaika has got Arhaan's full custody, while Arbaaz was granted complete access to his son whenever he wants.
Meanwhile, Arjun and Malaika are having a gala time in Switzerland where they have gone to attend Akash Ambani and Shloka's pre-wedding bash. The extended bachelor party has been a starry affair, which had several big shots from the industry marking their presence.
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