The editor for the FHM India Edition has threatened to release a series of photographs from the photoshoot with model and actress Veena Malik.

Kabeer Sharma has been caught up in a he-said-she-said battle with Malik after the magazine released a nude cover photo of the actress on Friday ahead of its December issue.

New Picture from the @fhmindia shoot with #veena out tomm, Sharma tweeted on Sunday. And one every day for the next six days. Eat that.

Malik has said she didn't pose nude for the magazine. She said the picture, which showed her crossing her arms across her chest while sporting an ISI tattoo on her left arm, was morphed. ISI, or the Inter Services Intelligence, is said to be a powerful spy agency in Pakistan.

Reports are that the actress could possibly lose her Pakistani citizenship or sent into exile.

I agreed to a photo shoot and having an ISI tattoo in a humorous way but I did not have any nude photos. My pictures have been morphed, Malik has told the media.

FHM's December issue has yet to hit newsstands, but Sharma said it is coming. He also told the media that he is shocked at Malik's allegations.

Maybe she is facing some kind of backlash, so maybe that's why she is denying it, Sharma told the Agence France-Presse, as reported by the Hindustan Times. We have not photoshopped or faked the cover. This is what she looks like, she has an amazing body.

Malik has since reportedly sent a notice of a $100 million-rupee lawsuit against FHM.

Sharma tweeted that he has seen Malik's notice on the Internet.