Renowned actress Poonam Pandey recently made headlines after news of her alleged demise circulated on social media. The shocking announcement, initially posted on her official Instagram account, claimed she succumbed to cervical cancer. The news triggered widespread disbelief, as Poonam had appeared healthy and vibrant at a public event just two days prior.
The post led to an outpouring of grief from both celebrities and the public on social media. While some mourned her supposed passing, others speculated it might be another attention-seeking stunt from the actress.
Adding to the confusion, Poonam’s manager confirmed her death, but details regarding the hospital where her body was placed remained elusive. However, the next day brought a surprising turn of events.
Poonam Pandey, alive and well, took to her Instagram account to dispel the rumors of her demise. In a video, she clarified that she did not have cancer and staged the false death to raise awareness about cervical cancer. This revelation left fans in shock, with many criticizing the actress for resorting to such extreme measures for attention.
The video shared by Poonam Pandey addresses her survival and highlights her commitment to the battle against cancer. While the actress intended to spread awareness, her unconventional approach has generated significant backlash from disappointed fans.
The incident raises questions about the ethical boundaries in using personal health matters as a means of public engagement.