Thursday, 9 May 2013

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Veena Malik wants a bit of all three Khans

Controversy queen Veena Malik is all praise for the Khans of Bollywood. Veena Malik recently expressed her desire to work with the three superstar Khans of the Indian film industry and at the same time appreciated Saif Ali Khan for his style quotient.

The Pakistani model turned actress shared that she loves Aamir Khan for his acting genius, Shahrukh Khan for his romancing style and Salman Khan for his Dabangg attitude. “I would like a bit of Shahrukh (Khan), a bit of Salman (Khan) and a bit of Aamir Khan. I would go with Aamir for his acting, Shahrukh for his romance and Salman’s Dabangg style”, said Veena Malik during a recent conference held to promote her upcoming film Zindagi 50-50.

Talking about Saif Ali Khan, she said that his style reflects his royalty and that Kareena Kapoor is lucky to have such a stylish guy as her husband. “I love his sense of style. Its quite natural, he is a nawab... If a nawab doesn’t know how to dress, then who will? He is a very stylish guy and in that way I think Kareena is lucky”, said the Pakistani beauty.

Veena is presently busy with the promotions of her forthcoming film Zindagi 50-50 in which she plays the part of a prostitute. As per the sources, she would be indulging in quite a few bold and provocative sequences in the film. Besides her, Zindagi 50-50’s star cast includes Rajan Verma, Rajpal Yadav, Arya Babbar, Riya Sen, Supriya Kumari and Murli Sharma. The movie has been scheduled for a release on the 24th of May.

Prior to this Veena Malik was seen in the Anand Balraj directed film Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai that released in June last year. She is also working on a couple of other Hindi movie projects and would also be seen doing a cameo in one of the songs that featured in Punjabi film, Jatts Golmaal.

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