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Poonam Pandey tweets racy picture

This Kingfisher model knows how to use social media and internet to her advantage. Though her Facebook account has been blocked the controversial celebrity is ever-active on Twitter. Here's the latest picture she posted...

entertainment Updated: Dec 26, 2011 15:54 IST

This Kingfisher model knows how to use social media and internet to her advantage. Though her Facebook account has been blocked, the controversial celebrity is ever-active on Twitter.



Poonam Pandey tweeted this today: The correct tempreature (sic) at home is maintained by warm hearts & cool heads.. Not by good ventilation, fans & aircoditioners.. & for u guyz my Pix r enough!!! :)



http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/HTEditImages/Images/poonam-pandey-big.jpgWho is Poonam Pandey?

Poonam Pandey is the Kingfisher Calendar girl for year 2011.



She offered to strip naked in front of the stadium crowd if India won the 2011 Cricket World Cup. A complaint of obscenity was lodged against her. The Bharatiya Janata Party Women's Wing also filed a police complaint against her in Mumbai.



She didn't go through with her stripping act, citing lack of permission from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as reason. She is quoted in an IANS interview stating that the stripping comment worked for her and helped her in getting famous.



During the India-England series in September 2011, Poonam Pandey gained more attention when she posted bikini clad photographs on Twitter. She tweeted then: "The world will see that I lived up to my inspiration. now, I am sure my team will beat England."



Recently, she announced the launch of her own website with a claim that people from all over the world could see her live 24x7.



She made her debut on television as a contestant in Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi Season 4 which was hosted by Akshay Kumar.



(With inputs from Wikipedia)