Veena Malik Says She'd Pose Nude In Playboy

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Pakistani model and actress Veena Malik said recently that she would be willing to pose nude in Playboy for $1 million, despite the firestorm she set off with Muslim extremists for a controversial topless FHM cover shoot.

"I'd think about it. Why would I say no? It's a great opportunity. I'd definitely go for that," she told Mirror.

It's widely viewed as a bad decision, however, given the enemies she made by appearing nude for FHM; a call for her citizenship to be revoked was the least of her worries when Lashkar-e-Taiba, a Pakistani militant group behind the brutal 2008 attack on Mumbai, made it known they were not happy with her.

"She has made fun of all Muslim women and brought shame to the entire nation. Veena Malik will be dealt with accordingly on her return to Pakistan," the group said in a statement.

After receiving death threats, Malik scared fans and friends when she briefly went missing last year while filming a movie, but later said she was just "resting".

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