Actress Veena Malik has taken legal action against bosses of a men's magazine, alleging photos appearing to show her naked were "tampered" with.
The Pakistani star is suing chiefs of Fhm India and claims she feels "cheated and duped" by her cover shoot, which shows her apparently nude.
Her legal team has demanded magazine bosses withdraw all copies of the issue from stores, and Malik wants $2 million (£1.25 million) in damages.
Her lawyer Ayaz Bilawala tells the Bbc, "Ms Malik has been cheated and duped. She had a photoshoot, but there was no nudity. She had some clothes on. In the photos that were shown to her (for approval) she had her clothes on. She has suffered from a loss of reputation and we are demanding damages and withdrawal of the magazine from newsstands."
Fhm India editor Kabeer Sharma denies the allegations and adds, "We have seen the notice and forwarded it to our legal department for appropriate action. We are looking at various options, including filing a countersuit."
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