Model-actor Poonam Pandey’s fake death news has drawn criticism from many including several celebrities. Even the Cine Workers Association has demanded to file FIR against her. A day after Poonam was declared dead by her team the model-actor took to social media and claimed that she faked her death to increase awareness around cervical cancer.
While several celebrities lashed out at Poonam’s publicity stunt, netizens slammed her for faking her death. Meanwhile, Urfi Javed mocked Poonam in an uproarious way through her post on social media.
On Saturday, Urfi shared a photograph in which she is seen on her bed with one closed eye. It seems she clicked the picture as soon as she woke up. However, she seems to be a total mess.
Further, she captioned the post: “Hi guys I’m not dead, just spreading awareness about hangovers. When you’re drinking, you feel so alive, the next day, you feel dead but you don’t really die. Sorry the dead ain’t deading.” (sic)
However, netizens reacted hilariously to the post.
One user commented, “New method of spreading awareness..lol” (sic)
A second user wrote, “No poonam was harmed.” (sic)
“First time you sounded funny,” wrote a third user. (sic)
Urfi Javed mostly remains in the headline for her weird dressing sense. Though a section of netizens slam her for her bizarre fashion choice, she also has loyal supporters who back her. However, Urfi taking a dig at Poonam has delighted many.
For the unversed, on Friday, Poonam Pandey's team shared a post about her sudden death due to cervical cancer. As soon as the news made rounds on social media, it drew mixed reactions from netizens on faking her death.
Several social media users sensed something suspicious going on. Netizens claimed that the actress seemed completely fine during her last few public appearances. Moreover, speculations also were raised about her mortal remains.
However, amidst the speculations over her death, the model on Saturday morning brought an end to all these by finally revealing that she faked her death to bring attention to cervical cancer and raise awareness about the issue.