Indian actor Dolly Bindra said that Veena Malik was not her friend on Saturday, accusing the Pakistani actor-model of “immoral activities” and expressed her desire of slapping Malik with her shoes.
Speaking to the media in Lahore during her visit, Bindra said that Malik was in India due to her immoral acts and not because she was receiving any monetary compensation. She added that Malik loved to involve herself in various scandals every now and then.
"She [Veena Malik] is a stain on Pakistan, a stain on India, and a stain on women," said an enraged Bindra.
The Indian actor went on further to say that Malik had wooed cricketer Muhammad Asif and when Asif got jailed, Malik usurped all his money.
Malik can even do a photoshoot for Playboy magazine for the sake of money, Bindra alleged. Playboy is a popular American men's magazine started by Hugh Hefner in Chicago in 1953.
Malik and Bindra had been involved in verbal brawls during the reality TV show Big Boss 4 in which both the actors had participated last year. They were frequently caught verbally sparring on camera.