LAHORE Film actress Veena Malik, well-known for all the wrong reasons, has yet again triggered anger across Pakistan after an Indian mens magazine published her nude photo on its cover page sporting the initials ISI on her arm. However, Ms Maliks spokesman Sohail Rashid denied the allegation, calling the photo fake. Talking to TheNation, Sohail said Veena knows her limits and she could not do such nude photo shoot. He said it was just propaganda by Indian media who do not want a Pakistani star in Bollywood. He said, Veena advised me to contact her lawyer and move to court for legal action against the magazine. We will decide to take up the issue in Indian court after consultation with our lawyer. According to Indian media, FHM Editor Kabeer Sharma denied Veenas claim. She said the magazine has proof of the photo shoot. The photo shoot was done in Mumbai on November 22. We have a video of the photo shoot. I also have an email from Veena in which she says she has seen the photos and is happy with them, and that shes looking forward to seeing the cover. FHMs editor said she had never heard of the representative and added that Ms Malik had not got in touch to ask him to modify or remove the image. Talking to a private TV channel, Veena confirmed the shootout and said the idea of ISI tattoo was of the producer. Lollywood bigwigs, on condition of anonymity since Veena was a known big mouth, said it has brought shame to the entire country. They said: She can do anything to earn fame and money.