Anshula on Arjun-Malaika relation: I never talked on this topic with him. It’s awkward

Anshula Kapoor, the daughter of ace personality Boney Kapoor and younger sister of Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, is ready to make celebrity interfaces with their admirers more kindhearted with her new endeavor, Fankind that got rolled out during the last week.

The web fundraising platform offers the common man an opportunity to experience fun activities such as enjoying paintball, baking and playing cricket with their beloved star.


"The vision of Fankind is simple; to make fans smile by giving them one of the best experiences of their lives while raising money for multiple charities across the country. With each experience, our aim is to be able to raise the goal amount of funding required by the NGO, to ensure that the defined micro-campaign can be implemented comprehensively and successfully," Anshula said in a statement.

At the moment, super stars Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt are on the ship.

But, during a special talk with a popular media house, Anshula could not escape queries surrounding her opinions on the connection between his loving brother Arjun and Malaika Arora.

The two lovers have already made declaration about their kinship earlier this year and have since been spotted enjoying special vaccations and spending special time together.


On being asked that what she thinks about Arjun’s love connection with Malaika and whether they talk about it at home or not, Anshula answered, "He's six years older to me. We don't really discuss these things. It's awkward."

About her sisters, Janhvi and Khushi, she stated, "If you ask me, it's like any other sibling relationship. We go for movies, dinners and hang at each other's houses. And if we're busy, then we just text."

In the meantime, there are reports that the two lovers may get hitched in 2019.

But, brushing aside all the hearsays, Malaika in a recent meeting stated that the marriage is not on the cards at the moment. She added that right now she is in a contented phase both personally as well as workwise.

by Ricky Tandon | Tue, Aug 06 - 12:08 PM

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