Veena Malik is a Pakistani actress, model and comedienne. Over a span of ten years, she has worked with news channels and in movies. Veena Malik was born in Rawalpindi in the province of Punjab, to Ali Malik, and his wife, Zeenat Malik. She holds a BA in Sociology, Psychology and Persian. Before starting her career off as an actress, Malik worked as a comedian for several television shows and series. She made her acting debut alongside Shaan and Zara Sheikh in Askari's Tere Pyar Mein (2000), which was a box office hit. She played a supporting role in the film and was barely acknowledged. However, she appeared in a supporting role in Javed Sheikh's Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa (2002). In 2003, Malik appeared in Indo-Pak cross venture Punjabi film Pind Di Kuri which failed to do so well, however, the film turned out be the first Indo-Pak venture film with a budget of approximately 70 million rupees. She also appeared in Askari's Sassi Punno (2003)...
I want to be the female Salman Khan: Veena Malik
For Pakistani actress Veena Malik, a short yet sweet appearance on controversial show Bigg Boss was big enough to get her noticed among Indian audiences. Be it her alleged link-ups with Bollywood actor Ashmit Patel or her orgasmic expressions that caught everyone’s eye, the starlet surely knew what would have worked for her. And she exactly followed the sure shot formula to get famous. It was only after Bigg Boss show that Veena Malik became a household name. This was followed by some controve more »
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on Mar 28, 2013 , 11:32 am
Starlets, stripping and success!
OMG! Poonam Pandey and Veena Malik are here again. Desperate to attract eyeballs, these sexy sirens come up with new ways every fortnight. Why just Ms. Pandey or the Pakistani import Ms. Malik? Every newbie in tinsel town or in regional cinema industry has discovered her own sets of cheap publicity stunts. And we must admit the fact that these stunts have also paid off well for most of these no-brain-no-beauty babes.Poonam Pandey began with her stripping stunts and shot to fame as the stripping more »
'Boycott all Pakistani artistes'
I was glad to read about Hockey India’s decision to send back all the nine Pakistani players taking part in its high-profile league. Considering the violating actions from Pakistan troops on the LOC, I think similar actions should be taken on o more »