Kajal Agarwal's morphed image on FHM cover
Tue, 09/06/2011 - 12:22 — vikram.asthana
Stardom comes with a price. While Sonakshi Sinha, Anushka Sharma and Vidya Balan have all been through the morphed image scandal, Kajal Agarwal (Singham) who is a newbie is facing it at an early stage.
Kajal’s topless picture on FHM cover created waves everywhere with people assuming her to have become a hot property. Her dare bare act on the magazine cover suddenly brought her to limelight.
However, the truth is that FHM, a Mumbai-based men’s magazine has morphed her picture as a topless girl to gain some cheap publicity by stooping to the lowest practices of yellow journalism.
The cover page shows Kajal hiding her front with her arms while the tagline says “Not everything nice comes in a bottle...” perhaps as an insinuation to her intoxicating appeal. Kajal is seen wearing black, see-through leggings with polka dots.
Kajal Agarwal, who recently rose to fame in Bollywood with the smashing success of ‘Singham’, had done a photo shoot for the magazine. But the magazine people played smart and morphed her image to publish a topless Kajal on the cover, thereby tarnishing her image.
Her sister and actress Nisha Agarwal says that the gimmick has done a lot of damage to the actor’s image, adding that Kajal would never dream of doing such a thing.
The family is upset as they are getting innumerous calls from friends, family and well-wishers from the industry, expressing shock over the issue. “We had to explain to them that it was a morphed picture and exposed the unprofessional conduct of the publishing house,” she adds.
The actress is infuriated and is planning to take action against the magazine and halt the issue of the magazine from hitting the stands.