'Singam' star Kajal Agarwal is claiming that her cover shoot for the September issue of the men's magazine FHM India has been morphed, and that she did not pose topless for the photos. Kajal says that the bustier she wore for the shoot has been removed from the pics.
Meanwhile, FHM India is denying Kajal's allegations. The magazine's editor Kabeer Sharma said, "We're done laughing and are finally releasing a definitive statement. FHM hopes this will finally put to rest all absurd allegations and accusations by Miss Kajal Agarwal, her family and her legions of fans and well wishers."
The statement read, "People people calm down. FHM has never in the past or will in the future morph pictures of any celebrities. We shot with madam Agarwal 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."
"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 shootbut if she did the magazine really can not be blamed."
"I should know I was present at the shoot and Edit FHM India. And the truth shall set you free....!"
Kajal hasn't responded to the statement.
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