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An Indian actress has lodged a complaint with police against the local edition of British men’s magazine Maxim after it used a faked picture of her in a skimpy swimsuit, police said on Tuesday.The magazine has apologized for the incident and hoped the issue would be resolved amicably.Khushboo, a majorSouthIndianstar of the 1990s, met the police commissioner of Chennai, capital of Tamil Nadustate,lateon Monday and filed the complaint.“The magazine’s publisher telephoned me to apologize andalso promised to meet me and discuss some settlement,” Khushboo said.“He has not kept his word. I will not accept any outof-court settlement now and will file a defamation suit against Maxim.”The editor of the Indian edition of Maxim, Sunil Mehra, said he hoped Khushboo would not take the matter further.“We are deeply apologetic for causing any inadvertent hurt and offense to Khushboo,” Mehra told Reuters by telephone.“We are in the business of respecting and celebrating rather than denigrating women. It’s an unfortunate episode and I hope it will be resolved amicably.”Chennai Police Chief R. Nataraj said copies of the magazine would be seized.“We will certainly proceed as per law,” hesaid.Maxim, a men’s lifestyle magazine, was launched in India earlier this month.

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