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I created controversies to gain the limelight, says Poonam Pandey

Latest Update: September 15, 2016 | 567 Views

Model-turned-actress Poonam Pandey says that she doesn’t have famous surnames like Kapoor or Khan but she works hard.

“Neither do I belong to a filmy background nor I am a Kapoor or a Khan but I am a hard worker. It’s all my hard work that I have come this far. I used created controversies of course to gain the limelight. You (media) people made me. Today I thought to do something better,” She said at the press conference of her short film The Weekend.

Commenting on the recent trend of women-centric films in Bollywood, Poonam said, “It’s a good thing that Bollywood is making more women-centric films. And while the audience is accepting well, then why should I do controversy. But jokes apart, I did ‘The Weekend’ because the audience is liking those films. Things are changing. So why not do something better?”

The “Nasha” actress who made headlines for saying that she would strip if India won the 2011 Cricket World Cup, admits it was all a strategy to get work in films.

“People give 200 auditions out there, I’ve seen it. I just chose the shortcut. People ask me why I do all these things. I say to them it’s my decision what to do and I am happy with what I do.”

About her film, Poonam said, “It’s not a porn film. It is a full-fledged film in terms of acting and content. Though you may think if Poonam Pandey has done it, but it is a complete film.”


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