Friday, September 09, 2011 12:32 IST
Kajal Agarwal is apparently upset that her picture on the cover of a glossy was photoshopped to make her appear nude
Kajal Agarwal's topless photo shoot for a men's magazine is turning out to be quite a slanging match between the actress and the mag folk.
The Singham star, who features in the latest issue, now claims that she did not pose topless for the cover. She alleges she was wearing a tube top that was photoshopped to make her appear nude by the glossy.
As reported 'Breast stroke forward' the actress had apparently shot a topless cover. A source close to Kajal says, "She did shoot for the cover picture wearing a tube top.
But the magazine folk photoshopped it and the top has gone missing.
After the shoot, Kajal made it clear that she would like to see the photos before publication. When she saw the snapshots she was not at all happy and told them not to publish it. But they still did."
Adds the source, "The magazine has also carried an interview with her, but she refused to give one after seeing the snapshots. But still they have attributed quotes to her and said she is on Twitter when she is not."
According to Kabeer Sharma, executive editor, FHM India, "This accusation is shocking. It is unfortunate why she has chosen to deny a shoot that she was a willing party too.
She refused to the interview unless we dropped the picture. So we were left with no choice but to carry her profile instead."
By arrangement with Mid-Day.com
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