Veena Malik, a Pakistani actress featured on the cover of the December issue of FHM, told CNN that she was not completed naked during the photo shoot , but rather posed topless. Her defense comes after an international showdown including criticism from Pakistani media and from her own father who is claiming to disown her. There is a big difference between topless and being nude. You will see various shoots here in the Bollywood industry where the actresses actually went topless but they were covered like the way I was. On the cover of the Indian edition of the men's magazine, the model and actress is featured naked with only a tattoo on her arm showing ISI, the acronym for Pakistan's notorious Inter-Services Intelligence agency. FHM has also released an alternative cover they choose not to use where the actress is bearing the tattoo and holding a grenade. The publication claims they found the cover to be too explosive.
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Pakistani actress Veena Malik is suing a popular Indian men's magazine for millions of dollars, accusing it of publishing photos she says were doctored to make her appear nude, her lawyer said Monday. Malik's racy photo shoot in the December issue of FHM India has triggered a fury across her conservative Islamic country, where a nude photo shoot is nearly unthinkable. In a photo posted on the FHM Web site, Malik is shown wearing no clothing, but with her arms and legs discreetly positioned to keep her covered. Her lawyer, Ayaz Bilawala, denied the photo was authentic.
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FHM has been censured by the Press Complaints Commission after it published a topless photo of a year-old girl without her consent. The PCC said the photograph, included in a gallery of mobile phone snapshots, was a "serious intrusion" into the girl's privacy and had a "significant effect" on her emotionally and at school. Moreover, the commission added that the Emap men's magazine's failure to respond more quickly to the complaint "aggravated what was a significant breach" of its code of practice. They said the photo was taken in when their daughter was