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By Rob Crilly , Islamabad. But even before the December issue hits the news-stands the controversial front page has triggered a media frenzy, threats of legal action and a promise by Pakistan's government to investigate whether the offending image has been doctored. Veena Malik, a Pakistani actress, admits posing topless with the letters ISI stencilled on her arm, a reference to Pakistan's shadowy Inter-Services Intelligence directorate in a cheeky dig at Indian paranoia. Her hands protect her modesty. However, she has accused the publication of doctoring the photograph, leaving her completely naked. That cover has now been replaced online with one in which her slender waist is covered by an ammunition belt. Pakistan fashion house Sana-Safinaz under fire for rich-poor divide poster.
In the photograph, Malik is holding what looks like a grenade in her right hand and her upper left arm bears the letters ISI, the acronym for Pakistan's powerful Inter-Services Intelligence agency. Bilawala claims the publication "cheated" his client and said the magazine doctored the nude pictures. The publication, Bilawala said, violated its agreement with the Pakistani model. And the agreement, he said, required that Malik would be shown all her pictures from the shoot before they were put on public display. Bilawala didn't dispute the ISI print on Malik's left upper arm but said numerous organizations worldwide used the same acronym.
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Nude cover sparks outrage The story has all the stuff that sells: a sexy starlet, a powerful enemy spy agency and lots of bare flesh. Nude photographs of Pakistani actress Veena Malik, published in the December issue of the Indian edition of the men's magazine FHM prompted Malik to threaten a lawsuit. Malik said FHM doctored photographs to show her without clothes.