Actress Veena Malik is facing a legal threat from the FHM India. Earlier, the Pakistani star had sent a legal notice to the Indian magazine asking to pay Rs 10 crore for morphing her nude pictures. In its 11 page legal reply to her notice, FHM India has now denied morphing naked photo and it is also claiming damages worth 250 million rupees and asking the actress to apologise.
"Your client permitted our clients for her photo as well as video shoots which were carried out by our clients with the consent and authority of your client. Your client wanted to do a sexy, bold and in-your-face shoot and to express intent for the same she also sent... pictures of her in Bikinis etc to show that she was in good shape for a shoot for FHM," the Express Tribune quoted FHM India's claim in its legal notice.
However, FHM India's legal notice concludes with the claim that the magazine has suffered damages worth 250 million rupees for fabricating false claims in a press conference. Meanwhile, FHM India also demanded Veena Malik to apologise for spoiling the image of the magazine.