Model-actor Poonam Pandey said 'I'm here, alive' after reports of her death from cervical cancer. She announced on Instagram that she was fine and that this was done in order to spread awareness about cervical cancer, an issue that has claimed multiple lives. On the same day, cinema workers body has demanded to file an FIR against the model-actor because of her 'fake PR stunt'.

Poonam Pandey chose a different approach to raise awareness about cervical cancer. On February 2, news circulated that the model-actor has died due to cervical cancer. Contrary to the earlier reports, it has now been disclosed that Poonam is well and in good health.

However, this did not go down well with the All Indian Cine Workers Association. They have

demanded that an FIR be filed against the model-actor because of how she exploited her own death.

The cinema worker's body shared a statement, on their official X (formerly Twitter) account and wrote, "The Fake PR stunt by Model and Actress Poonam Pandey is highly wrong. Using the guise of Cervical Cancer for self-promotion is not acceptable. After this news, people may hesitate to believe any Death news in the Indian film industry. No one in the film industry Stoops to such levels for PR. Poonam Pandey's manager had confirmed the False News, so there should be an FIR against Poonam Pandey and her Manager to prevent anyone exploiting their own death news for personal gains (PR). The entire Indian film industry, along with the entire nation, paid tribute (sic)."
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