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Mumbai (Maharashtra): Malaika Arora has been making waves for her programme 'Moving In With Malaika'. Fans can now see a brand-new commercial for the most recent edition of the programme, in which Malla hangs out with presenter and filmmaker Karan Johar and actor-dancer Nora Fatehi.
Well, if KJo is bringing him on the show, viewers can undoubtedly look forward to some amusing and sincere moments.
Beginning the new ad, Karan grills Malaika in the manner of Koffee with Karan, but Malaika declines to respond.
“How does it feel when you a** is such a big topic of discussion? Currently, who's on your thirst trap? When are you getting married?" Karan asked Malaika. However, being their best candid selves, Malla refused to answer and jokingly told him to leave. “This is my couch, this is not even your couch,” she tells him.
Later on in the video, Malaika and Nora are shown getting together for a virtual brainstorming session.
Although, Nora looks upset as she says, “I have to give value to myself too you know.” She gets up and leaves the meeting as Terence calls after her.
Many people are not delighted with the new promotion, though, since some of the users appeared to be a little too phoney. “But don't show us scripted stuff. Keep it real! Anyways two Beautiful and Hot women can NVR be on good terms. The Jealousy factor will always be there,” read a comment. “Achi overacting hai,” commented another. “Looking so scripted and fake,” another person commented.
For those who are unaware, Moving In With Malaika premiered on Disney+ Hotstar last Monday. Malaika visited director Farah Khan last week, with whom she discussed her most recent automobile accident, her divorce from ex-husband Arbaaz Khan, and her connection to actor Arjun Kapoor.
She also gave stand-up comedy a go and made fun of both herself and her sister, the actress Amrita Arora.