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Fabulously 44! Yummy Mummy Malaika Arora Khan proves she is like fine wine, getting better (and hotter) with age!

We wish the diva Malaika Arora Khan a fabulous 44th birthday! You rule not just our Instagram feed but also our hearts!

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We wish Malaika Arora Khan a very happy birthday! Instagram

Mumbai, October 23, 2017: Things that are better with age, it happens! Look around you! And if you cannot manage to find anything, head over to Malaika Arora Khan’s Instagam profile and you will know exactly what we are saying.

Rewind to the time when Malaika began her filmy career at the age of 25 with songs like Gur Naalo Ishq Mitha and the insanely popular Chaiyya Chaiyya opposite King Khan Shahrukh Khan. Wait, do you remember that chirpy face, confident screen presence and a perfectly toned body in these songs? It won’t be wrong to say that not much has changed ever since.

The diva turns fabulously-44 today! (Needless to say, we are in shock and denial. We mean, just look at her!)

There was a phase, not too long ago, when actresses of a certain age were shunned to the sidetracks – no longer offered the lead roles or business deals due to their growing age. But this yummy mummy continues to rule the big screen and the Indian television industry (and our hearts, too!) with her fit and fabulous avatar!

Have you ever seen Malaika Arora Khan having a bad hair day, or a bad skin day? We haven’t, either! Turns out she is as beautiful with makeup on, as without it! And to top it all, to believe that she is a mother to a 14 year old teenager?

Woah! Here are pictures to prove that this yummy mummy is like fine wine, she’s getting better (and hotter) with age!

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Does that picture say 44? The diva swims her way through fabulous forties of life! Instagram

Malaika Arora Khan is one of Bollywood’s most desirable women, and can be seen rocking the silver screen in some of the biggest chart busters, year after year! From Munni to Anarkali, this diva has all the oomph and masala!

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Whatever her age may be, Malaika has maintained her body and flaunted a fit avatar at all times. Instagram

The style icon is also one of India’s most popular reality television judges. Malaika has previously judged shows like India’s Got Talent and Nach Baliye, and will soon be seen judging aspiring models on MTV’s Next Top Model.

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Malaika will soon be seen on the small screen in MTV’s new show. Instagram

If you think Malaika Arora Khan is a Bollywood diva, which is what explains all her beauty, you are mistaken! Malaika keeps uploading her #nomakeup selfies on her Instagram account and once can only swoon over this natural beauty!

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Malaika is beautiful, with or without makeup. Instagram

Some women are like fine wine, they become better with age. And Malaika Arora Khan is the best of that lot. Just look at her! Does she look 44 from any angle?

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Malaika’s glamour can make anybody weak in the knees. Instagram

The fashion diva is not just an actress and model, she is also a mother to a 14 year old son. Doesn’t Malaika make a yummy mummy?

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Malaika looks ravishing in red. Instagram

While the entire nation has been talking about Malaika Arora Khan turning 44, we are still having some difficulty accepting that. Her pictures do not reflect her age; doesn’t she look like a teenager chilling on some vacation?

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Malaika looks like a dream, irrespective of what she wears! Instagram

Malaika Arora Khan is a heart-throb, and we don’t just mean that the boys drool looked at her pictures. The diva has an equally gracious female fan following; young girls who try to ace her fresh style, young women who want to have the confidence that she exudes and mothers who are inspired to keep healthy and manage professional and personal life the way she does.

But its difficult being the queen that Malaika is!

We wish the diva Malaika Arora Khan a fabulous 44th birthday! You rule not just our Instagram feed but also our hearts!

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Facebook Pay to Work Across its App Ecosystem

In India, Facebook is aiming to launch WhatsApp Pay, a peer-to-peer payment system

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Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps are displayed on an iPhone, March 13, 2019, in New York. VOA

Facebook has launched a new payments system that will work across its app ecosystem — Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp.

Appropriately named Facebook Pay, it will begin rolling out on Facebook and Messenger this week in the US for fundraisers, in-game purchases, event tickets, person-to-person payments on Messenger and purchases from select Pages and businesses on Facebook Marketplace.

“Over time, we plan to bring Facebook Pay to more people and places, including for use across Instagram and WhatsApp,” Deborah Liu, Vice President, Marketplace and Commerce at Facebook, said in a statement late Tuesday.

Facebook Pay supports most major credit and debit cards as well as PayPal.

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The social media application, Facebook is displayed on Apple’s App Store, July 30, 2019. VOA

The social media giant said Facebook Pay is built on existing financial infrastructure and partnerships, and is separate from the Calibra wallet which will run on the Libra network, the company’s digital currency.

You can start using Facebook Pay on Facebook or Messenger with just a few taps.

Also Read: Instagram Takes on TikTok with ‘Reels’ Feature

“With Facebook Pay, we’re continuing to invest in security. We designed Facebook Pay to securely store and encrypt your card and bank account numbers, perform anti-fraud monitoring on our systems to detect unauthorized activity and provide notifications for account activity,a said Liu.

The users can add a PIN or use device biometrics, such as touch or face ID recognition, for an extra layer of security when sending money or making a payment.

In India, Facebook is aiming to launch WhatsApp Pay, a peer-to-peer payment system. (IANS)