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Veena Malik Shocks The Subcontinent With Her FHM Cover Pose (But She Claims It’s Not Her)

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Seems like every time a hot Muslim girl takes her clothes off, there's an uproar. And we don't mean the Egotastic! applause, clap, and drool type of uproar upon seeing hot celebrity flesh, we mean outcry, calls for action, and grabbing the torches and pitchforks kind of uproar. The latest and greatest is the confusing saga of Pakistani-moved-to-India actress and oft-prodder of old-school Muslim ways, Veena Malik, the hottie who either did or did not take most of her clothes off for FHM India in their current edition. According to Veena, it's not her, but according to FHM India and me own two peepers, it sure as heck seems to be Veena. Maybe she didn't quite understand the level of backlash from her latest finger in the eye?

Read all about Veena Malik's claims against FHM for misrepsentation at the Times of India.

And, to boot, not only has she got the cursing mob cursing her for being a wanton Muslim woman, flashing her skin as the devil literally may care, but she's sporting the 'ISI' arm marks signaling what can only be read as a jab at the neighboring Pakistani Intelligence Service which is just creating all kinds of political havoc, of which we don't really fully understand, but when it comes to sexy women taking their clothes off to make a point of any kind, we can't help but support the cause. 

Read more about Veena Malik's FHM cover controversy at the U.K. Daily Mail.

I guess you'd call this one hot mess. Enjoy.



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