Veena breaks Salman's kissing record

Published: 01st March 2013 12:46 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st March 2013 12:48 PM   |  A+A-


Sexy Siren of Bollywood or Lady Emraan Hashmi Veena Malik broke a Guinness world record. The Drama Queen broke the record for most kisses received in a minute. She had set screen on fire while giving kisses but this time Veena gave a chance to her fans to kiss her. The controversial Pakistani actress entered the World Records by receiving 137 kisses on her hand in one minute. She admitted it is for the sake of her upcoming film The City That Never Sleeps. Veena was joined by 41 contestant of “The City That Never Sleeps- Bollywood Hunt”. Contestants were thrilled to get the opportunity to kiss the glam queen.

The previous record was set by Bollywood Dabangg Salman Khan of 108 and an actor from Japan, who received 87 kisses in one minute on his hand.

Veena Malik said, “It was a great moment as I broke the Guinness World Record by getting most number of kisses on hand in a minute. I am really happy to share this excitement with all my fans.”

The movie, The City That Never Sleeps is produced by Satish Reddy and Directed by Haroon Rashid. “I am happy this record was broken first time in India by my favourite Bollywood actor Dabangg Salman Khan and this time it’s me, The Drama Queen.” 

The actress added, "I am also glad that producer Satish Reddy and director Haroon Rashid gave me a chance to mark my name in the world record," she said.

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