Details say India-based law firm, Billa Wala & Co has filed the suit on Veena’s behalf making Maxposure Corporate Media, FHM chief editor Kabeer Sharma and photographer Vishal Saxena respondents.
The legal notice says FHM has tarnished her image by breaching the terms and condition of the contract, which never mentioned nude photo or video shoot.
The damages must be paid within 24 hours otherwise civil/criminal cases will be filed against the FHM and others, her lawyers warned the magazine in the notice added.
Veena’s legal notice also alleged the steamy journal of and machination for morphing her clothes-on images into nudes.
The notice also said the respondents had committed offences punishable under the Indian Penal Code as well as Information and Technology Act, 2000.
Her lawyers are demanding that the photo off the cover of FHM’s Dec issue. They also want the allegedly altered photos removed from the website.
The suit also stresses the specifics of Veena was assured by the magazine that there would be no ‘nudes’ among her pictures.