Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor has planned to celebrate his 37th birthday with ladylove Malaika Arora. Recently the actor shared some loved-up pictures with his lady love Malaika as they both visited the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The Bollywood actor took to his Instagram to share pictures of his romantic getaway. Sharing a few pics with Malaika on Instagram with the Eiffel Tower in the background, Arjun wrote, “Eiffel good… I knew I would… @malaikaaroraofficial #parisvibes.” Reacting to the picture Bollywood celebrities like Rakulpreet, and Tara Sutaria among others shared love emojis on the picture.
While netizens also reacted to the pic and wrote, “Enjoy kro..yrr…Pyar Karne waalo ko Koi rook nhi skta.”, “Thank you for lighting up Paris”, “Can’t decide jealous or happy for u”, “Beautiful couple” another user wrote, “very very mature and understanding couple”.
Meanwhile, many actors across the industry wished the actor on his birthday. His sister Janhvi Kapoor and his cousin Sonam Kapoor also wished for Arjun. His industry colleagues like Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal, and Anushka Sharma also wished him his birthday. Wishing her brother Janhvi shared a candid picture with Arjun and wrote, “Happy birthday to my most wise and strong and witty brother who can put a smile on anyone’s face. My brother still get so happy when I say that. This year is yours. You have worked so hard and risen above every obstacle that tried to keep you down with such grace and humility. I learn from you all the time. Not just when I make my ‘my mind is friend I need advice’ calls. Thank you for having my back and always keeping it real. I love you!!!”
Sonam Kapoor also shared a picture and wrote, “Happy happy birthday @arjunkapoor 15 days apart in birthdays. So we’ve grown up hand in hand from childhood to adulthood. Love you brother. May you flourish and prosper because you deserve it all.”
On Saturday, Arjun Kapoor shared a selfie on his Instagram handle, wherein he is looking uber cool in a green t-shirt paired with a black beanie cap. Sharing the image, he wrote, “Looking Ahead Now.”