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Hottie Veena Malik mobbed by fans in Fiji

May 7, 2012 02:18:43 PM IST
Glamsham Editorial
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Actors getting mobbed in public happen to be a very common affair. But things can turn a bit complicated if a production house isn't well aware of any of their star's popularity among the masses.

This is what happened on the sets of Navin Bhatra's directorial movie SUPERMODEL. As the movie was filmed in Fiji, its cast and crew was busy shooting in and around that area. And so was Veena Malik, who is playing the female lead in the Film.

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As soon as the over anxious fans learned that the controversial actress was shooting a movie in their country, they thronged the location and within minutes crowded the actress like bees on a honeypot- pressing to touch their idol.

Veena left with no other option expect for signing autographs and clicking pictures with her fans! Though the production house has now made arrangements to keep Veena out of her fan's reach but this hasn't stopped the fans from lingering around the sets!


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