Don't Use the Term 'Item Song', It Makes Malaika Arora Furious!

During a recent interview, Malaika Arora revealed that she never liked the terminology ‘item song’ and added that if someone used the particular term in front of her, it would make her furious

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Don't Use the Term 'Item Song', It Makes Malaika Arora Furious!
Bollywood’s fittest mommy Malaika Arora is making headlines for all the right reasons. While the India’s Got Talent judge hasn’t been seen on the big screen since long, it’s her latest interview, that’s grabbing eyeballs on social media. Well, the lady has sizzled in several item songs like Chaiyya Chaiyya from Bombay, Maahi Ve from Kaante, Munni Badnaam from Dabangg, Anarkali Disco Chali from the multi-starrer Housefull amongst many others. You may fondly want to call her one of the most glamorous ‘item girls’, the lady outright refuses to acknowledge the term.

In a recent conversation with Anupama Chopra, the actress spoke about anything and everything. Talking about doing item songs, she said, “Whenever I did in a song I did it on my own. I never did it under duress, I was comfortable. If I felt I wasn’t not okay with something, I’d voice my opinion. I’d say no I don’t like this step, or if I felt I was being objectified in any way I’ll say it.”

Malla further added, “I always had a problem with it being called an item song. Imagine somebody turning around on me and saying, ‘kya item hai.’ I would want to turn around and slap that person. I have a problem with the terminology.”

On the personal front, Malaika is going strong with Arjun Kapoor, who will next be seen in the film, India’s Most Wanted. Earlier, there were rumours of them tying the knot in April. However, it was suggested that the duo decided to postpone their impending wedding for Arjun’s post-production work of his forthcoming film.

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