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REVEALED! The real reason why Veena Malik disappeared

Reality is indeed stranger than fiction. Two days of search operation and many shrill headlines later Veena Malik was found in her hotel room in Mumbai. But what really happened? Here's the whole truth and nothing but the truth...

entertainment Updated: Dec 20, 2011 11:35 IST

"Two days of search operation and a whole lot of hullabaloo later, the missing Veena Malik woke up in a plush Juhu hotel room on Sunday morning. And while the industry worried over her whereabouts, the actress herself was busy curling up in front of the television, basking in all the media attention she had garnered over the weekend while she was sleeping," Mumbai Mirror reports.

Controversial Pakistani actress Veena Malik, who had gone 'missing' from Friday morning while shooting for a film in Goregaon here, has been found at a hotel in Juhu in suburban Mumbai. "Veena Malik is in Oakwood hotel. She has registered in the hotel by her real name Zahida and she has all the papers. She was unwell for a couple of days," Machendra Bodke of Juhu police station told media persons.

The actor's manager Prateik Mehta had claimed that she had gone missing since Friday morning when she was shooting for the film. He had said that he had been trying to contact her ever since then but her phone is switched off.

The actor, who has been in and out of India for film and reality shows, was shooting Mumbai 125 kilometres in Goregaon and left the shoot midway, saying she was not well.


However, the police said that there was no missing person's complaint registered in this connection.

Malik was recently in the news for posing nude with an ISI tattoo for an Indian magazine.

After finishing this movie, Veena is also slated to appear on Imagine TV's reality show Swayamvar, where she will be searching for 'Mr Right'.

With additional inputs from PTI