This Article is From May 30, 2019

Malaika Arora's Throwback From Her MTV Days Will Gladden The Hearts Of 90s Kids

Malaika Arora shared a throwback pic from her '90s show MTV Loveline

Malaika Arora's Throwback From Her MTV Days Will Gladden The Hearts Of 90s Kids

Malaika Arora and Cyrus Broacha on the sets of MTV Loveline. (Image courtesy: Instagram)


  • Malaika Arora's throwback Thursday pic will make you feel nostalgic
  • Her photo also featured TV star Cyrus Broacha
  • Malaika was recently trolled for sharing a pic with 'unedited' underarms
New Delhi:

If you grew up watching MTV in the '90s, you will easily recall the show Malaika Arora mentioned in her latest "major throwback" picture that she posted on her Instagram profile. Sharing the picture with her former co-host and TV star Cyrus Broacha, Malaika said that her career actually began with MTV Loveline. Alongside a picture wherein Malaika can be seen sitting on a couch with Cyrus on the sets of MTV Loveline, her caption read: "Now that's a major throwback Thursday ... this is where it all began for me, on the sets of MTV Loveline with the one and only Cyrus Broacha (always looking hungry and waiting to run home)... miss those days .... circa 1998." She accompanied her post with hashtag #gloriousdays.

Malaika Arora used to host MTV Loveline with Cyrus Broacha in the '90s. Because of the show, she became a famous household name, with a massive fan following among teenagers as well as adults.

Take a look at Malaika's throwback pic here:

Recently, Malaika Arora was trolled for posting a pic with 'unedited' underarms on her Instagram profile. Users, who disapproved of the post, posted comments like 'underarms toh wax kar leti' while those, who supported her, called out hypocrisy and said that 'being real is the new sexy.' This is the post we are talking about:


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Malaika Arora is a well-known model and dancer. She has starred in some of Bollywood's most memorable dance sequences such as Chaiyya Chaiyya (1998 film Dil Se), which also featured Shah Rukh Khan and Munni Badnam Hui in 2010 film Dabangg.