December 6, 2011

FHM India to sue Veena Malik

Eariler Veena malik filled a case against FHM india
Veena Malik’s claim of Rs100 million with their own claim of Indian rupees (INR) 250 million. Malik had earlier sent the popular mens magazine a legal notice for publishing what she claimed were ‘morphed’ nude pictures of her on its December issue cover.

Malik had claimed that the photos she had shot for the magazine had been morphed

On which reply FHM India sent her a notice claiming 250 million Indian Rupies
The notice further described Malik at the time of the shoot as being extremely excited, the notice read:
“It is further stated that at the time of shot, your client was very comfortable and very much at ease shooting for FHM so much so that on several occasions the team had to tell her to tone down the exposure for the camera in keeping with the Indian censorship laws. Her excitement and comfort level can be easily seen from her video shoot and other photographs.”
The notice addressed the controversial ISI tattoo saying Malik took a proactive role in having it made prominent
“In response to the idea of wearing the tattoo of ISI is concerned, your client was very much eager, excited and willing to wear the tattoo of ISI. It is further stated that your client was not only well aware of the concept; she even proactively took part in the execution of the shot. Your client told to Priyanka Palkar, in presence of Sh. Kabeer Sharma, to make the ‘ISI’ marking on her shoulder “bolder and bigger” so that it could be “seen properly”.

It countered Mailk’s claim that the cover picture was not shown to her prior to publishing by quoting a November 29 email that she sent to the editor of the magazine Kabeer Sharma

“Even on November 29, 2011, your client reverted with an email titled “looking fwd to the cover” saying she had “seen” and was “happy with the pictures we shot on 23rd November, 2011 for FHM” and that she was looking forward to the cover.”

The notice closed claiming damages worth 250 million Indian rupees and for Malik to apologise for fabricating false claims in a press conference.

“We, by virtue of this notice, call upon your client to immediately give an unconditional apology by holding a press conference. it is further stated that in the circumstances out clients are free to initiate legal proceedings including filing a criminal complaint against your client for offences under the Indian Penal Code besides claiming general and special damages to the tune of Rs. 25,00,00,000/- (Rupees Twenty Five Frores only).”
 Reports Express Tribune


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