I will not strip for Hollywood: Veena Malik

Sources say Veena has made amends with her father and will visit Pakistan to meet him and the rest of the family .


Express January 10, 2012

Pakistani actress and model Veena Malik, who is currently in Dubai with her London PR team sealing deals for 2012, has confirmed that she will not strip for Hollywood.

I would never strip for any industry. These are absolutely silly comments coming from the press and media that upset me and my fans. I am an actress and everyone in this industry does what the role requires. I will act according to my role but this doesn’t mean I will forget my values’," said Veena Malik.

Veena says she is looking forward to the release of her debut item song ‘Channo’  in Nitin Manmohan’s - Gali Gali Chor Hai which hits TV promos in the next few days. She also hopes to make her mark in Bollywood in the year 2012.

"I have three films coming out this year, plus Swayamvar and other projects."

Veena says she had offers from many international publications requiring a bold shoot, but she turned them down.

"I have my principles and I do what suits my personality and  style.’’

According to sources, Veena has made amends with her father and will visit Pakistan to meet him and the rest of the family .

"Every father has the right to tell their child off if they think they are wrong and my father is no different. But now he has cooled down and we are totally fine. I will be seeing them all in a few weeks, and I am very excited about it," Veena was quoted as saying.

COMMENTS (49)

A Concerned Pakistani | 9 years ago | Reply

She is so happy in India and giving so much of bad name to Pakistan. Our Govt. should simply cancel her citizenship and let her be happy in Bollywood or Hollywood. Btw, what she does in her drawing room is her own business, but when she does it on a public platform whnile being labled as the "Pakistani Actress" then it becomes our business.

Raza | 9 years ago | Reply

This woman is a joke; literally, and an attention-seeking desperate one for that. However, we as a nation need to stop obsessing with her and her antics and whatever. And as a rule, we need to stop worrying about the lengths of clothes that our females (regardless of whether they're politicians' daughters or showbiz people or sportswomen) wear when they go abroad; its their business, not ours. We have far bigger problems, and as far as our 'image' goes, it gets distorted far more by our national issues than such gossip.

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