While, yesterday we had Poonam Pandey strippind down for the men in blue, FHM (a men’s magazine) has stooped down to new low in yellow journalism by using a morphed picture of Kajal Agarwal in their new issue’s cover.
The actress fumed by the act has been speaking to the media and refuting any such act. The coverstory of the magazine starts saying, “Between it all, she is also obsessed with cricket – and not IPL, but the real test version of the game. And she’s distraught about the walloping the Indian team recently received in England. Only unlike you, she has not suddenly started braying for their blood. Not yet anyway. She has more faith.”
It further adds, “Agarwal though is clear that she does not want to descend onto screens sporting a bikini anytime soon – just to look glamorous. She doesn’t really need to (refer to cover picture for reference).”
Truly, the magazine is neither shy nor in any mood to apologise for outraging the modesty of a woman. Does being an actress mean that they should be ripped off their rights? Until an actor voluntarily makes such a move, stripping them off dignity is surely not a manly move. Hope the editor of FHM is reading this.
(Editors Note: While you all may think why suddenly there are posts about nude and semi nude woman, the editor wishes to clarify that its not his mistake, but a deliberate attempt to choose reader-friendly topics).
- Kajal Agarwal dares topless for magazine (panasianbiz.com)
- FHM Cover Girl of the Day (tease.thedailywh.at)
- I am a big fan of Kajol says ‘Kajal Agarwal’ (bollywoodactresskajol.wordpress.com)
- Upcoming Hindi Film ‘Singham’ 2011 | Big day of Kajal Aggrawal (newsworld786.wordpress.com)