04:46 GMT02 December 2020
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    Sensational Bollywood actress Poonam Pandey allegedly shot an "obscene" video recently, at a dam in Goa state, which she posted to Instagram, sparking multiple complaints made to police against her and husband Sam Bombay. Although the video was deleted, the couple was detained by police on Thursday but granted bail within a few hours.

    Indian model-actor Milind Soman created buzz on social media recently after posting a nude photo of himself running on a beach in Goa on 4 November, his 55th birthday. Two days later, a police complaint was filed accusing him of obscenity.

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    Happy birthday to me ! . . . #55 📷 @ankita_earthy

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    On Friday, the Goa Suraksha Manch (GSM), a regional political party, filed a complaint with the Vasco police station against Milind, alleging that the nude man's photo, uploaded to his social media account, was "obscene" and was "spoiling the image and insulting the culture of Goa". 

    A GSM secretary, Vasco Samer Khutwalker, in the police filing, complained that, "On 4th November 2020, Milind Soman celebrated his 55th birthday, in an indent[sic], obscene, vulgar manner by running nude on a beach in Goa, thereby creating sensational news on social media for cheap publicity."

    Some netizens echoed Khutwalker's sentiment, demanding action against Milind and drawing a similarity with Poonam Pandey’s incident as a means of attempting to highlight double standards for those lauding him for his physique and making fun of his post.

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