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Fugtacular Fug Redux.

Twice in one week?! This is becoming a worrisome epidemic in Bollytown! The latest offender? Poonam Pandey. She was spotted at a club in Andheri attending a release party for the album Tera Deewana. Granted she is at a night club, but unless the club in question involves poles and you are paid to swing on them, there is no reason in the world to walk out of your home dressed (or rather undressed) like Poonam. In sum, Poonam's outfit is an occupational hazard if you're at your night job as a stripper, but otherwise it's possibly the fugliest thing I have ever had the misfortune of seeing.
If she's trying to become famous, I guess this is one way to do it. Photo: Parvez Khan.


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