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Veena Malik in Dubai with Ashmit Patel

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Dubai, UAE -The controversy queen, Veena Malik has now admitted that it was her mistake to go nude and she has now learnt the lessons from it.
Veena has been under mammoth controversies due to her nude photo shoot for FHM India. She faced the controversies in India, back in her home Pakistan and among the entertainment industries of India and Pakistan. Even the fatwa was issued against her in India by the Muslim Community. She mentioned days back that she got death threats from Pakistan because of posing nude for the magazine cover.

She is these days in Dubai with her beau Ashmit Patel to enjoy life and romance. She said in an interview she deserved a break and quality time which was why she came here to spend the quality moments.

Malik told to the reporters there that she did the mistake and now she wanted to go ahead in life by dropping the issue behind to live life afresh.

She maintained her stance that her pictures were morphed by the magazine. She said that her upper portion was covered up with tattoos but in pictures it was revealed nude. She said, she wish, she could reach the past and delete the pictures.

Her father has also disowned her due to naked pictures by saying that he had warned her many a time not to go to this extent but she did not stop. Pakistanis say that she had insulted the country by posing naked. There is an outrage in the country.

Rakhi Sawant has too fastened the belts to degrade the controversial lady. But Veena is silent on Rakhi’s allegations. Weird! Seems there is truth behind Sawant’s allegations that she is silent. Let’s see if Veena’s show ‘Veena Ka Vivaah’ goes on air or not as it has too landed into problems.

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