Acknowledging that Bollywood has been "very generous" to her, Pakistani actress Veena Malik Wednesday said that her mantra is "quantity with quality".
"Bollywood has been very generous to me. It has welcomed me with open arms. "I feel proud to be associated with it. I am working really hard," gushed the model-turned actress from Pakistan during a media conference for her forthcoming movie "Zindagi 50-50".
Having done a spate of films in Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi, following her debut in the Pakistani film "Tere Pyar Mein" in 2000, Malik became a household name after her appearance in Indian television reality show "Bigg Boss Season 4" in October 2010.
"I want to act in so many films. I prefer quantity with quality," Malik said.
The actress is also working in Haroon Rashid's "The City That Never Sleeps".