Malaika Arora recently opened up about her car accident and shared how her ex-husband was there for her after her surgery.
She talked about it on her reality show, Moving In With Malaika with Farah Khan on Monday.
Malla remembered how Arbaz was one of the first people she saw after her surgery.
Recalling the car accident, Malaika told Farah, "In that moment I thought I was disfigured. I thought I've lost my sight in that moment because I couldn't see anything for those couple of hours. There was so much of glass shard in my eye and there was blood, so I couldn't see. For me, in that moment, I genuinely thought that I don't think I will survive and I may not see Arhaan again. I was taken to hospital, surgery happened, etc."
She continued, "But when I was wheeled out one of the first faces that I saw was actually Arbaaz, at that moment. And he kept asking me, 'Can you see? How many numbers? How many fingers?' And I was like 'why is he doing this?' It was very strange. For a second, I was like okay 'have I gone back in time?' Something that really sticks out is in difficult times, you know that irrespective whatever it may be, past, present, future, jo bhi ho (whatever happened), the way he was there."
The car accident took place on April 2 in Khopoli, Maharashtra when Malaika's Range Rover was caught in a three-vehicle pile-up as she was returning to Mumbai from Pune.
Rupert Grint discusses about playing same character in Harry Potter for a decade
Ashley Judd addressed her going back to therapy and state law reforms for covering suicide news
Marc Maron lashes out at Academy Award for Andrea Riseborough’s nomination review
Anna Faris discusses about leaving hit sitcom Mom in 2020
Karen, Countess Spencer, has been reviving the walled garden at Princess Diana’s family estate house
Irrfan Khan last featured in film 'Angrezi Medium' alongside Kareena Kapoor