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Farah Khan reveals Malaika Arora’s favourite is Yakhni Pulao; celebs enjoy roasted chicken on JDJ 11 set

Updated on: 14 February,2024 10:52 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Written by: Tuhina Upadhyay | tuhina.upadhyay@mid-day.com

Farah Khan recently shared some behind-the-scenes glimpses from Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 11, where she revealed that Malaika Arora's favorite dish is Yakhni Pulao. The celebrities on the set also enjoyed some delicious roasted chicken during their time together

Farah Khan reveals Malaika Arora’s favourite is Yakhni Pulao; celebs enjoy roasted chicken on JDJ 11 set

Farah Khan cooks up a feast!

Farah Khan has been sharing a lot of updates on Instagram about what happens behind the scenes of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 11. One interesting aspect is the delicious food she enjoys with Malaika Arora and other celebrities.


In her latest video, Farah and Malaika are seen enjoying an aromatic rice dish and a mouth-watering roast chicken. Rithvik Dhanjani joins them for the meal. Farah opens a pressure cooker to reveal yakhni pulao, her homemade dish, which is Malaika's favourite. She playfully instructs Rithvik to stick to eating rice only.


Farah Khan reveals Malaika Arora's favourite is Yakhni Pulao


In the video, Farah also shows a container with roast chicken generously coated in a reddish spice mix. Farah asks Malaika if she can cut some chicken for her, but Malaika's response is hoarse due to being tired.

Farah jokes that Malaika sounds a lot like Big B, which warranted Rithvik to join in the banter, making fun of Malaika. 

Farah Khan reveals Malaika Arora's favourite is Yakhni Pulao, watch:

 
 
 
 
 
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Previously, Farah and Malaika had an on-set lunch with Gauahar Khan and Jaaved Jaaferi, where they enjoyed delicious treats like khatta aloo sabzi, baingan tawa fry, keema pav, white rice, and yellow dal.

In another instance on the sets of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, Farah and Malaika had the opportunity to taste a special biryani made by Arshad Warsi. In the video, Malaika sends air kisses to Arshad for the biryani. Farah starts serving herself, and Malaika playfully suggests Farah ask someone else first. Farah apologizes but can't resist serving herself as the biryani is too good. The videos capture the fun moments and food adventures of the celebrities on the show.

Farah Khan asked Malaika Arora about marriage plans in 2024

Malaika Arora was put on the spot by close friend and 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 11' co-judge Farah Khan when she asked her about the possibility of a second marriage. Malaika was previously married to Arbaaz Khan. The two separated in the year 2016 and got officially divorced in 2017. However, they continue to be cordial as they co-parent their son Arhaan. Malaika is currently dating Arjun Kapoor and rumours around their marriage often surface. 

On the sets of 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 11', Farah Khan was seen asking Malaika, "2024 mein Malaika, kya aap single parent-cum-actress se double parent-cum-actress banne wali hain?" (Malaika, are you going to forego your single parent status to embrace another partner in the new year?)" A confused Malaika asked back, "What does this mean? Do I have to pick someone in my arms for that?"  When host Gauahar Khan explained and asked "Will you marry in 2024?" Malaika said she would if someone asked her hand in marriage. To this Farah asks, "Will you marry anyone who asks?" To this, Malaika says yes. At this moment, host Rithwik Dhanjani is seen removing a ring from his hand in a bid to ask Malaika to marry him. 

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