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Published on Monday, 23rd of January, 2006 11446 Reads
By Our Bollywood
Reporter Ms Divya
An Indian actress who sparked outrage by saying
Indians should not expect brides to be virgins said on Friday she planned to sue
Maxim magazine for publishing a photograph of her face above the body of a
scantily dressed woman.
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Khushboo, who uses one name, said representatives
of the British men's magazine had called her to apologize for the photograph,
which appeared in the publication's inaugural Indian edition this month. The
photograph showed a woman in a transparent bra and panties and was clearly
doctored and stamped with the message "100 per cent fake." A quote beneath the
photograph declared her a virgin, but made clear she was no sexual
"The photo and language used are in bad taste," she
said over telephone from Chennai. "I'm really upset and angry ... I'm not going
to let them go scot free."
"The damage has already been done. My lawyers will
file a case next week," she said.
Khushboo's lawyer, R. Karthikeyan, said the actress
would file a defamation suit and lodge an obscenity complaint against the
magazine's British publishers and the editors of the Indian edition. Each charge
carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison. "They may say it's 100 percent
fake, but will a common man know?" said Karthikeyan. "The foreign publishers
can't escape liability. It's published in India and against an Indian citizen."
Xavier Collaco, the publisher of Maxim's Indian edition, said the magazine had
no intention of belittling Khushboo, adding the magazine was meant to be an
"overall light read for men." "We'd like this to be resolved amicably," he said.
Simon Clays, Maxim's international manager in London, declined immediate
Khushboo said Maxim's publishers probably thought
she was an easy target after she made headlines in September for telling an
Indian magazine that society needs to rid itself of the expectation that brides
She later apologized for the remarks, which
offended sections of this deeply conservative society.
Local editions of Western magazines are
increasingly common in India, though sexual content is scaled back for more
conservative Indian readers.
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