Veena Malik has said that she is being unfairly targeted over the controversial nude pictures of her that appeared on the cover of the Indian FHM magazine.
The Pakistani actress caused a storm in her home country when photos of her wearing nothing but an ISI tattoo on her arm appeared in the magazine.
However, Malik has been asserting all along that the pictures were morphed and that she has done no wrong.
"At the end of the day, I have not killed anybody. How can you guys be so unfair with me?" Gulf News quoted her as telling tabloid!.
"I have not harmed anybody. At least when you make packages in the media to hike up TRPs [TV ratings], have some sympathy for me. I am not a robot or a machine. I have a heart," she said.
"Rather than accusing me of a seeking publicity, people should reconsider and ask themselves whether they are being fair with me," she said.
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