The Indian magazine that Pakistani actress Veena Malik had accused of morphing her pictures for a nude photo shoot has sent her a legal reply threatening to sue her for 250 million rupees.
In their 11 page legal reply to her notice, FHM India categorically denied that her photo had been morphed, and said that Malik was the one who had initially pursued the magazine for a shoot.
"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," Express Tribune quoted FHM India as saying in their legal notice.
"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," it said.
The notice closed claiming damages worth 250 million rupees and asking the actress to apologise for fabricating false claims in a press conference.
Earlier, Malik had slapped a claim of 100 million rupees on FHM India and followed it up by filing a police report in Mumbai and a complaint with the cyber crime wing against the magazine’s editor and photographer.