Veena Malik, a Pakistani actress and model
, is far from thrilled with the way her FHM India
photoshoot turned out, suing the publication for $2 million in damages and demanding they remove all the copies from the newsstands, reports BBC News. Malik's laywer Ayaz Bilawala is claiming that the actress was "cheated and duped" by the magazine and felt the photoshoot was "tampered" with.
While the nudity itself is enough to stir up controversy in Pakistan, it is perhaps the initials "ISI" that appear on her arm (which stand for Pakistan's controversial Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency) that is also raising some eyebrows, reports BBC News. FHM India
Editor Kabeer Sharma vehemently denies Malik's accusations and told the BBC that "he had video to prove the shoot's authenticity."
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