Mumbai: Pakistani model and actress Veena Malik sought guidance from her mentor Mahesh Bhatt to handle the alleged “nude photo shoot” controversy that has taken her nation by storm.
Bhatt asked her to slap a legal notice to the “so-called” offenders who have maligned her image by showing her nude on the cover of their magazine, FHM. Veena has sent a legal notice to Maxposure Corporate Media (India) Private Limited, Chief Editor, FHM Magazine Kabeer Sharma and photographer Vishal Saxena.
Veena has asked the reprobates to stop publication and circulation of the copies of the magazine in question, withdraw issues that are in circulation and pay her a whopping Rs 10 crores as compensation for trying to damage her reputation within a time frame of 24 hours from the receipt of the notice.
On being quizzed by reporters, Mahesh Bhatt said, “Let the cops now decide who is lying.”
Veena has certainly maintained her stand on the controversy and has categorically denied having posed nude for the magazine. But back home, her father seems to be mighty miffed with her and reportedly has asked authorities to take stringent action against her.
Only time will tell if the Pakistani actress is indeed innocent or not!