Manisha Koirala, like Poonam Pandey, was also rumored to have staged her death in 1995 during a period involving Mahesh Bhatt…

As part of the promotional campaign for his film ‘Criminal,’ the filmmaker released a poster featuring the actress with the headline, “Manisha Koirala is Deceased.”

The death hoax involving Poonam Pandey had unintended consequences. Similarly, in a somewhat related incident, Mahesh Bhatt declared Manisha Koirala dead during the promotional activities for his film ‘Criminal.’ The filmmaker published a newspaper poster with the headline, “Manisha Koirala is Dead,” coinciding with the plot of the film where Koirala’s character meets her demise at the hands of a doctor. This film also featured Nagarjuna and Ramya Krishnan.

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Poonam Pandey took to Instagram to share a video where she emphasized her well-being, stating, “I am here, alive,” after battling cervical cancer. She highlighted the importance of spreading awareness about the disease, which has tragically claimed the lives of numerous women due to a lack of knowledge. Pandey stressed that cervical cancer is preventable through measures like the HPV vaccine and early detection tests. She urged everyone to empower each other with vital information and ensure that every woman is equipped with the knowledge to combat the disease. Pandey encouraged her followers to take action by visiting the link in her bio for more information on prevention methods. Together, she emphasized, let’s work towards eradicating the devastating impact of cervical cancer and bring an end to its toll on lives.

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In her Interim Budget speech on February 1st, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman addressed the importance of cervical cancer awareness, announcing the government’s commitment to promoting vaccination among girls aged 9 to 14 years as a preventive measure against the disease.

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