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Veena Malik wants to marry someone like Big B

April 4, 2012 05:19:18 PM IST
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Controversial babe Veena Malik is in awe of legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan now-a-days. At a recent media meet, Veena addressed the media that she is a great fan of Big B and would love to work with him. Moreover, the actress also said that she would marry someone like Big B.

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Says Veena, "Well I would love to work with Amitabh Bachchan. He is my idol and I have grown watching his films. In fact I will marry someone like him only."

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According to Veena, she has signed a 'great female oriented' film and Dharmendra is a part of the film. Said Veena, "I have signed a great female oriented film. And yes Dharamji is very much a part of the film. As for Mr. Bachchan, he is still not in the project. But of course we would love to have him on board!"

And to add to the spice to the already spiced up film (what do you expect from a Veena Malik film!), the name of the film is titled as RAJNI KI LAG GAYI.


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