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Model-Actor Poonam Pandey Dies Of Cervical Cancer; Her Manager Confirms

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New Delhi: Social Media was left in shock after actor and model Poonam Pandey passed away on Friday due to cervical cancer, as confirmed in a statement posted by her manager on her official Instagram handle.

Parul Chawla, Pandey’s manager, informed that the actor had been diagnosed with the final stage of cervical cancer some time ago.

“She got detected with cancer sometime back, and it was in the latter stages. She was in her hometown in Uttar Pradesh, and the funeral will mostly happen there,” Pandey’s manager said.

Poonam Pandey entered Bollywood with her first movie ‘Nasha’ in 2013. However, she rose to fame when she participated in the reality show ‘Lock Upp.’

Beyond her acting career, Pandey was known for her lively presence on social media and her involvement in charitable activities.

The statement posted on Pandey’s Instagram handle 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. In this time of grief, we would request privacy while we remember her fondly for all that we shared (sic).”

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