But one should admit that Poonam has had the guts to announce her `naked plan' in a place that the moral brigade claims is their `pitch' -- Bal Thackerey's Shiv Sena and his nephew Raj Thackeray's Maharashtra Navnirman Sena.
The moral brigade was neither blushing or amused at Poonam's bravado; it was red with rage over her celebration plans. "Showing happiness through nudity is against Indian values. I must congratulate her that she feels happy enough to do so, but there are other ways to show happiness," said Vinod Bansal of Vishwa Hindu Parishad.
"We are totally against such vulgarity and obscenity," said a red-faced Shalini Thackeray of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena. Shiv Sena too has stepped into Poonam's turf saying it will deal the situation 'our way' if the government doesn't step in to stop such gimmicks.
Said Rahul Navrekar of the Sena: "This is against public morality. It is an offence. The government should make sure such acts should stop (in future). If they do not handle it, we will."
Poonam's response: "I don't care if people have a problem. I am one of the most downloaded models online. I don't need to do this for publicity. I am doing what I want to do."
Right now, what she seems to want to do is play with some more danger.
Here is Poonam Pandey for you: