Watch: Poonam Pandey awards team India in her own style

Poonam Pandey is quite popular for posting bold videos and photos on social media.

Model and actress Poonam Pandey is quite popular for posting bold videos and photos on social media. The internet sensation recently grabbed headlines for giving a befitting reply to Pakistan’s recent World Cup ad that mocked Indian Air Force officer Abhinandan Varthaman. She offered her D-cup bra in place of the World Cup. Poonam posted a video on social media with the caption that read, "My Answer to the Pakistani AD. #INDvPAK World Cup 2019."

Taking a dig at the controversial ad, Poonam says, "I saw this Pakistani ad yesterday on my Whatsapp, making fun of a war hero. Dear Pakistan that is not cool." Later she strips her bralette and says, ''Why settle for a tea cup, when you can actually have a D-cup, a double D-cup? You can even have tea in it."

Now this time she raised the temperature on social media with a strip tease video. Post India’s win in World Cup match against Pakistan, the diva shared a video on Instagram in which she is seen teasing her fans by partially stripping down, flaunting her curves and innerwear. She captioned it saying, ''New Video STRIP TEASE FOR TEAM INDIA Only on my New WEBSITE.’’

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New Video STRIP TEASE FOR TEAM INDIA Only on my New WEBSITE Trust me you'll like it ;)

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For the uninitiated, Poonam Pandey shot to fame when she announced that she would pose nude if India won the 2011 World Cup. Although India won the title, she eventually did not perform the stunt saying that BCCI did not permit her to do so. 

Poonam Pandey made her Bollywood debut in 2013 with Nasha. In the film, Poonam played the role of a teacher who ends up having relationship with one of her students. Apart from making her foray in Bollywood, Poonam Pandey worked in Kannada and Telugu cinema.


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