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Slideshow: Veena Malik goes nude for 'Daal Mein Kuch Kala Hai'

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It was reported on June 22, 2012, that Pakistani actress Veena Malik is going to shed her clothes for a B-grade Bollywood movie Daal Mein Kuch Kala Hai.

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The sizzling actress is paired opposite Raja Chaudhary, Shweta Tiwari’s ex-husband in the movie.

Veena Malik will also be seen doing some steamy scenes with Raja Chaudhary. Reportedly, Raja Chaudhary is so much impressed with Veena’s spicy avatar. He has expressed his desire to marry her and is ready to change his surname from Chaudhary to Malik.

Raja is so impressed by Veena that he wishes to spend the rest of his life with her. Veena admits that she had a wonderful time shooting with Raja.

Ashmit Patel, who shared more chemistry with Veena in the house of Bigg Boss and was rumoured to be dating Veena Malik, might not be happy with this news.

The movie Daal Mein Kuch Kala Hai also stars Jackie Shroff, Vijay Raaz and Shakti Kapoor. The poster of the film was released recently and the actress was seen topless covering her secret asset with currency notes.

Recently, the actress hit the headlines for getting cozy with her film director Hemant Madhukar.

The Muslim community issued a fatwa against the actress, but the sexy girl is doing what she feels is right.

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