Updated December 06, Pakistani actress Veena Malik has filed a defamation suit against an Indian magazine for a "morphed" cover photo of her posing nude with the initials of Pakistan's intelligence agency on her arm. The magazine's December issue only hit news stands on Monday afternoon, but a weekend preview of the cover on its website triggered a media frenzy.
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Pakistani actress Veena Malik has filed a defamation suit against an Indian magazine for a "morphed" cover photo of her posing nude with the initials of Pakistan's intelligence agency on her arm. The magazine's December issue only hit newsstands on Monday afternoon, but a weekend preview of the cover on its website triggered a media frenzy. This is what she looks like, she has an amazing body," Sharma said.
The actress, Qandeel Baloch, made the commitment in an online video message posted on her Facebook page, it has been reported. Jab tak yeah pagal Afridi kaptan rahay ga tab tak team ka kuch nai honay wala. Blaoch is following Poonam Pandey who made a similar commitment in who promised to strip naked if India wins the game.
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Fundamentalists erupted and the Pakistani military accused Miss Malik of humiliating her nation after she apparently posed nude for the front cover of the Indian magazine with the initials of the ISI, Pakistan's spy agency stenciled on her arm. The actress fervently asserts that she was wearing a bikini top during the shoot but that it had been digitally removed by editors at the magazine, which is an offshoot of the British version. Speaking from Mumbai, where she is working on three separate films, she told the Guardian: "The things I have done in life, I have the guts to stand by.
Malik's racy photo shoot in the December issue of FHM India has triggered a fury across her conservative country. Lawyer Ayaz Bilawala said today he had sent notice to the magazine demanding it withdraw all copies from the newsstand and seeking millions of dollars in damages. Magazine editor Kabeer Sharma said the photographs were authentic and he had a video of the shoot to prove it.
Naturally, mayhem ensued. The Pakistani Twitterverse exploded with commentary and screenshots. A frenzied back-and-forth is taking place among Twitter users in Pakistan and India as well.
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A Pakistani actress who posed in the nude for an Indian magazine with the initials of Pakistan's feared and powerful intelligence agency on her arm has triggered fury across this conservative nation. Veena Malik's photo on the website of FHM India, in advance of its publication in the magazine's December issue, has been lighting up social network website Facebook and Twitter since earlier this week. Many here anticipate a backlash, as nationalists and Islamists regularly stage rallies against anything they deem an insult to Islam or to the national honor. India and Pakistan have fought three wars, and the Inter-Services Intelligence agency or ISI has been accused of sponsoring terrorist attacks inside India.