We will tell you, she does everything perfect. Irrespective it’s putting up a decent fight with an inmate of Big Boss or telling her not so sob (if you are cricketer Mohammad Asif) or shaking her legs. Her musical entry was followed by school girl kind of introduction (I wanted to, know myself, I couldn’t refuse etc and then finally an apologetic Pakistani who explains why India) why she is in. Then she pulled off the sob with Shweta Tiwari. And why not, Shweta Tiwari has her own sobs. They say that birds of the same feather flock together. Even though we have belted out an insensitive portrayal of her agony, the audience hasn’t. A lot of the audience can connect. Its not just us, but, even other brutal media has called her “pulling a Rakhi Sawant” on us. By the way did you see Rakhi Sawant wince on camera as Veena Malik pulled on a pose in the entry dance?
Veena, as we said is doing thing right. Even though others say that she is copying Rakhi Sawant, but, she does not has the status what Rakhi Sawant has in India (Pakistanis can speak for themselves, we know Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmud Qureshi will deny everything we say and then use the matter to beg more aid from US). Another yard stick to measure he success is that Pakistanis are saying that she is a disgrace. Go Veena! Go!
Veena has been known in Pakistan for engaging the viewers. Now, we know that she is charming enough to engage us too. We think she can play a role of a bahu in one of our saas bahu operas. The plot can be her cricketer husband ill treating her because she put excess oil in the aloo sabji. Then she exposes her cricketer husband in wicket for pure ghee scandal. It would be a great soap opera.
In the beginning Veena said that we are her family (sigh!) and Salman khan agreed. We think the audience agrees with her too. May be that’s why she is so popular.