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Veena Malik injured on the sets of Silk Sakkath Maga


Bollywood actress Veena Milk, who is currently shooting for Kannada film, Silk Sakkath Maga, was recently injured on the sets of the movie in Thailand.

While shooting a song sequence for the film, Veena broke her toe nail which led to profuse bleeding.

A doctor was rushed to the sets immediately to tend to the wound.

Veena Malik’s foot has now been bandaged, however, filming has been put on hold.

“Being injured is not a new thing for me but this one was little bit tough for me because the song needs a romantic feeling and getting injured while filming the song it was really painful and difficult,” says the Pakistani actress.

She also took to Twitter and wrote: “No pain….no gain…’SILK’!!!”

According to reports, Veena Malik has shown immense dedication while shooting for Silk Sakkath Maga, which is a film inspired by the life of South actress Silk Smitha.

The actress will also be seen in upcoming Bollywood flick The City That Never Sleeps, produced by Satish Reddy.

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