Model Poonam Pandey is in danger for distributing fake information about her death to raise awareness about cervical cancer. The All Indian Cine Workers Association (AICWA) requested a FIR against her, claiming that her actions have damaged Indian feelings.
Model Poonam Pandey is currently in serious trouble for distributing fake information about her death in an effort to raise awareness about cervical cancer. The All Indian Cine Workers Association (AICWA) has released a statement calling for a FIR against her.
The AICWA stated that Pandey’s actions had harmed the sensibilities of those Indians who have paid reverence to her. ‘Strict action against them is required so that such forms of bogus news are not spread by anyone,’ the authority stated.
“The phoney news of model and actress Poonam Pandey’s death from cervical cancer shocked everyone in the Indian film business. Model and actress Poonam Pandey concocted this phoney story as a promotional ploy, as verified by her management. This bogus story harmed the feelings of countless Indians who paid respect to her. We respectfully suggest that you file a FIR against Poonam Pandey and her management for disseminating bogus news only for public relations purposes. Strict action against them is required to ensure that such bogus news is not spread by anyone. “Such cheap publicity is not tolerated in our Indian film industry, which has high emotional values for all,” the statement added.
Additionally, Maharashtra politician Satyajeet Tambe has requested that Mumbai police take action against Poonam Pandey.
“The news of an influencer or model dying of cervical cancer cannot be used to raise awareness about the illness. Tambe stated that the entire episode minimises the seriousness of cervical cancer and instead focuses solely on the influencer.
On Friday, a message posted on her social media stated that Poonam Pandey “bravely fought the disease” and died.
Following the first news, fans and media outlets wrote obituaries, and her Wikipedia page was changed to reflect her supposed death.
However, several raised suspicion after seeing recent footage of Pandey onboard a boat in Goa, appearing to be in excellent condition.
On Saturday, Pandey, 32, admitted to her 1.3 million Instagram fans in another video that her death was a fraud.
“Yes, I pretended to die, which I realise is excessive. But now we’re all talking about cervical cancer, aren’t we? Pandey stated.
“I am proud of what my death news has been able to achieve.”
Poonam Pandey’s bogus statement was quickly received with internet criticism, including claims that it was a “deceptive stunt”.
Several others chastised Pandey for what one commentator characterised as her “attention-seeking behaviour.”
Actress Pooja Bhatt and director Vivek Agnihotri have chastised Poonam for her “disgraceful” prank.
“I never erase tweets, but I did so in this occasion to convey my shock at Poonam Pandey’s death from cervical cancer. Why? It turns out that the news was manufactured by a digital/PR team. Pooja Bhatt commented on X, “Absolute disgrace and disservice to those battling the same, her included.”
“Actually, it was a marketing effort for @thehauberrfly. Pay attention to the finish and the logo in the upper right corner. “How sinister and pathetic,” Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri said on X.
Pandey began her modelling career in 2010 and has since gained a reputation for daring exploits and racy conduct.