Panaji : After actress Poonam Pandey, now actor Milind Soman is also in trouble due to obscene photos and videos. On the one hand, Poonam Pandey has been granted bail in the case. On the other hand, a complaint has now been lodged with the police against Milind Soman. A complaint has been lodged with the Goa Police against Milind Soman for taking a nude photo on a beach in Goa and posting it on his social media.
Milind Soman shared a photo on his social media on his birthday. This is a photo of him running naked on a beach in Goa. The Goa Security Forum lodged a complaint against Soman with the Vasco police.
Former RSS chief and head of the Goa Security Forum Subhash Welingkar has said in the complaint that such arbitrary behavior is tarnishing the image of Goa as an international tourist destination.
Actress Poonam Pandey was arrested by police after shooting a nude video in Goa. After this, Milind Soman was also started being trolled on social media. Filmmaker Apoorva Asrani also shared a post and tweeted in support of Poonam Pandey.
“Recently in Goa, Poonam took off her clothes and Milind took off her clothes. Pandey is now in legal trouble due to obscenity and Soman, who is 55 years old, is being praised for having such a fit body. I think we treat men better than nude women,” Asrani said.
While many have expressed their support for Poonam in Apoorva’s post, many have tried to convince her that there is no obscenity in Milind Soman’s photo. Milind shared this photo on his birthday on Wednesday. This photo was clicked by his wife Ankita.
Poonam Pandey and her husband Sam Bombay have been granted conditional bail by a Goa court on the second day of their arrest for shooting a nude video in Goa. On November 5, Poonam and Sam were arrested by Goa police. Both were produced in Goa court this morning. She has been granted bail. But she can not go outside Goa. According to police officials, both Poonam and Sam Bombay will have to pay Rs 20,000 each. Both are not allowed to go outside Goa. They will have to come to the police station every day for the next six days.