Ashish Chanchlani trolls Poonam Pandey over fake transformation pictures | – Times of India



Poonam Pandey has been facing massive backlash ever since she and her team dropped the news of her fake demise to create awareness about cervical cancer. While many people have urged the authorities to take strict action against the controversial model-actress for spreading false news, YouTuber Ashish Chanchlani has now taken a sly dig at Poonam in his own inimitable way.
On Instagram, Ashish posted a throwback photo revealing his appearance before undergoing weight loss transformation. In order to troll Poonam over her fake death stunt, he wrote, “I feel compelled to share something significant with you all – I am here, obese. All my transformation pictures were fake and edited. Let’s empower one another with obesity awareness by fooling people with fake news and being insensitive and distasteful. Sorry maine tum sabka kaata.”

Earlier in the day, Ashish slammed Poonam and disapproved of her publicity stunt by calling it distasteful and insensitive. “Easily the worst social media publicity stunt ever, absolutely distasteful and insensitive. In jaiso ki wajah se jinke saath kuch actual mein bhi hoga unpe bhi ab log vishwas nai karenge,” he tweeted.

Meanwhile, The All Indian Cine Workers Association (AICWA) also demanded an FIR against her. Maharashtra MLC Satyajeet Tambe also urged Mumbai Police to take legal action against Poonam.

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On February 2, Poonam’s manager claimed that the actress had lost her life to cervical cancer.A statement was also posted on Poonam’s official Instagram which read, “This morning is a tough one for us. Deeply saddened to inform you that we have lost our beloved Poonam to cervical cancer. Every living form that ever came in contact with her was met with pure love and kindness.”

However, on Saturday, Poonam shared a video on social media announcing that she is alive and shared that she faked her demise as she intended to raise awareness about cervical cancer.



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