Magazine denies morphing Kajal’s pictures
Mumbai: While southern star Kajal Aggarwal is crying hoarse over her alleged morphed picture in ‘FHM’, the magazine has gone ahead and published yet another topless picture of the actress and has stated that all the allegations are false.
Kajal alleged that she never posed topless for the Men’s magazine. She stated that she wore a tube top that was photoshopped to make her appear nude for the cover of the magazine. She later asked the magazine to show her the pictures and asked the magazine to not publish it as she wasn’t happy with the snapshots. But the magazine went ahead and published it anyway.
Meanwhile, on their official website, the magazine clarified and stated that Kajal had indeed posed topless for the pictures. The magazine in fact released another picture of the hottie on a social networking site and stated that the magazine had never morphed any of her pictures. The Editor of the magazine stated, “FHM has never in the past or will in the future morph pictures of any celebrities. We shot with madam Aggarwal on the 18th of August in Mumbai and have a full team composed of assistants, stylists, make up artists, photographers and others to back it up. We’d be happy to release the full untouched raw pictures on the internet soon to back it up also.”
He further added, “Furthermore we also have a model release form signed by Kajal herself. To say that the picture is morphed is an insult to both the brand FHM as well as the collective intelligence of you (her fans) as well as anyone with half an idea about how photoshop works. We don’t know what exactly made Kajal change her mind after the shoot…but if she did the magazine really can not be blamed.”
While both parties allege that they are speaking the truth, Kajal has definitely earned some extra mileage due to the entire controversy.
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