Karachi: Apparently succumbing to public uproar and online petition in Social Media, Veen Malik, a controversial Pakistan-based Indian actress, has been removed from Astaghfar Show, a Ramadan-based program at newly launched Hero TV.
A highly placed source in Express Media Group, which launched Hero TV, told that it was confirmed that the bold actress had been removed from the program.
Earlier trailers and news that Veena Malik, will do Astaghfaar show on Hero TV channel sparked an outcry across the country.
““Veena not in reality but in performance will repent from her sin whatever and wherever she committed in her life. Isn’t very strange news to know? Has she left showbiz or involved showbiz in the religion?
The controversial queen who not only broke all records of vulgarity while performing nude photo shots for Indian magazine but declared herself as successful actress for her shameful perform in the past.
A height of stupidity planned by Hero TV Channel to hire Veena as host of religious program for achieving cheap popularity and masses towards watching the show however public anger is likely to create as the controversial queen is absolutely misfit for such religious program.”
Later an online petition created to be submitted to Pemra for stopping the controversial actress hosting the religious show.
But its not confirmed, either petition or public outcry is the reason that has caused removal of Veena from the program. via: thenewstribe.com
Veena Malik to turn all holy this Ramzan for television
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KARACHI: Promos for Veena Malik’s new TV show in Ramadan, featuring her religious side, have gone viral on the internet.
She is seen with her head partially covered in a blue dupatta, speaking in a throaty voice for her upcoming project “Astaghfaar” (seeking forgiveness in Arabic), a solitary tear noticeably rolls down her cheek.
Malik to host a religious show in Ramadan has engulfed the channel “Hero TV” in a controversy and has made it a selling point as well.
Her Ramadan promos are being aired from Hero TV and on the net.
The show starts with a warning highlighting the fact that the time to seek mercy for our sins has arrived.
In the promo a warning to “seek forgiveness for your sins” are shown and then Veena Malik is shown saying that she will be asking mercy for our and her sins throughout the holy month.
This move has created enough noise to match that of the infamous FHM cover photo episode.
She’ll be hosting the show in a bid to encourage “sinners” to cleanse themselves of their bad deeds and ask Allah Almighty for forgiveness.
Speculations are that if Veena Malik hosts the show, Hero TV’s ratings would skyrocket, as Iftar time would turn into prime time.
Malik was among the first to tweet about her Ramadan show. “After a long gap, so exited to record a show for Holy Ramadan transmission n that 2 for a television channel which was due 4 quite sum tym!!”
However, the prospect of watching Veena Malik hosting an Iftar time show in the holy month of Ramadan would be a hard pill to swallow. via: defence.pk
As per islam door of Repentance will never closed till sun rise from west . so no one has right to point finger on her.BUT keep in mindthat there are lot of people (not just people but Dogs & Bitches) who will never change their thinking/mind, they dont want any thing BUT just have to satisfy their lust, and their hearts become full black, as Allah has stamped their hearts with Black ink and this stamped Allah only embossed on heart of those who will never want to change himself/herself. Veena Malik is also one of them. She is nothing BUT a bitch.
Dispelled it as a joke, blinked out every sms, laughed at my sisters’ insanity, until finally today, I saw Veena’s Ramadan promo on a local channel myself.
Main hoon Veena Malik. Main pooray Ramadan main karoon gi aapke saath, apnay aur aapke gunaahoon ka astaghfar (subdued tone)
Its resonance-more than that of a bomb shell, a shock worse than seeing a zombie walking on streets. Enough of the drama I know. But seriously? I understand, Veena may have a lot to apologize, but a few days back she was screaming out loud that she has done nothing she has an aota of regret on. Then that subdued tone, wet with regret…what was that all about?
I don’t want to go on about Veena’s alleged immorality, about her FHM nude shoot, looking at which she remarks, ‘look at it, isn’t it just beautiful?’, what I’m concerned with is the moral state of us as a nation. I’m sure, with Veena Malik doing a Ramadan transmission; the channel is going to be a hit! What more can a local channel need for ratings, some celebrity that stands as a sheer contrast to a religious idea, and people will be glued to the screen to either enjoy the absolute hilarity, or something I really cant understand.
Thank God, Mallika Sherawat hasn’t been seeing wrapping a chadar around pleading Lord to purge her sins in Ramadan transmission, or isn’t giving an interview on ‘Decency in Films’. But if it’s done, it sure will be the biggest selling point of the show.
I’m amazed. Truly amazed. Why is that each time a person is passed for a hypocrite, a fraud, next day he’s the one Hero people would be wooing for. A few days back, I wrote a blog that presented one side of the coin, while the other obvious was already much discussed on all forums, we faced a lot of criticism from left, right and center. If you had looked at the comments, you must have noticed the open dislike for the person in question, but wait a second, glance over the rating charts, and the truth out loud would be that Oh this man is an unimaginably popular television persona!
Isn’t it true that television or in general media makes people see what they want to see, and if rating for Veena Malik’s program go ramping up the hill, why not her then? My question is, why curse people who you label as ‘bad guys’ and yet chose to watch them. And if you like to watch them, why curse them then?. If you find Maya Khan or Veena Malik attractive enough to hook to the screens for, own your choice and kindly don’t curse the poor souls. It’s about time we stop being hypocrites. via: thenews.com.pk