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Veena Malik's dirty act in 'Dirty Picture' Last Updated : 09 Feb 2013 12:31:54 PM IST Veena Malik goes raunchy in Kannada film Dirty Picture: Silk Sakkath Maga
Pakistani drama queen Veena Malik has outclassed Vidya Balan as far as onscreen raunchiness is concerned.
Vidya Balan’s bold act in ‘The Dirty Picture’ is one of the hottest movies in Indian Cinema but it seems that sex bombshell Veena has gone one step further to expose in Kannada version ‘Dirty Picture: Silk Sakkath Maga’.
According to the latest pictures available on internet, Pakistan’s controversial actress has given several steamy and smooching scenes in the movie.
The photos from the movie ‘Dirty Picture: Silk Sakkath Maga’ suggests that the film is hotter than Vidya’s ‘Dirty Picture’.
Veena has posed seductively in the photos along with male co-star.
It seems that Pakistani hot babe is all set to start nudity race in Bollywood. In, Hemant Madhukar’s forthcoming flick Mumbai 125 KM 3D, Veena is also playing sexy ghost.
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