Item songs objectify women & are sexually provocative: Veena Malik

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Pakistani actress Veena Malik backed Hamza Ali Abbasi on Wednesday, agreeing with his views that item songs objectify women and are no good for the film industry.

Veena came out in support of the actor via a tweet in which the actress said that item numbers were not needed. She hailed Hamza for ‘calling a spade a spade’.

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“I commend @iamhamzaabbasi to speak honestly abt item numbers on our show #PakistanStar.Kudos for at least calling a spade a spade. Item songs objectify women & are sexually provocative also they don’t progress the story anyway. Item numbers r NOT needed. #itemsongs #HamzaAliAbbasi,” she tweeted.

Veena was involved in a Twitter spat with tennis ace Sania Mirza. Sania blocked Veena after the actress wondered whether she had taken her child to a sheesha place in London a few days before Pakistan took on India.

Sania responded by telling Veena that she did not take her child and she was neither the Pakistan cricket team’s dietician nor their mother nor principal.

Veena called out Sania for deleting her tweet in which she took aim at Veena’s past, mentioning her magazine cover shoot.