Pakistani Fairness Cream Ad Gets Bollywood Star in Trouble

It is a typical practice by Pakistani brands to highlight Bollywood big names as envoys in their campaigns. From...
Updated 16 May, 2019 02:05pm

It is a typical practice by Pakistani brands to highlight Bollywood big names as envoys in their campaigns. From Kareena Kapoor in QMobile's advertisement to Nargis Fakhri in Cola Next, Sonam Kapoor in Tarang's TVC to Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Kenwood's ad; there is an endless rundown of Indian stars that have merrily supported items made in Pakistan.

Proceeding with the pattern, mainstream reasonableness cream brand 'Faiza Beauty Cream' too utilized a Bollywood superstar support for its most recent battle. Touting its image expansion of another hair evacuating the cream, Faiza restricted in the rising Indian model and entertainer, Sara Khan.

The entertainer has worked in different Indian shows and was likewise observed in well known Pakistani dramatization 'Inlet Khudi'. She has additionally shown up in Bigg Boss and Nach Baliye.

The diva can be found in the TVC advancing 'Faiza Magic Clean' and its properties of a skin brightening equation and evacuating dead skin.

There is a rain of hate comments on her Instagram post, that emerged her, all slamming her for working in yet another Pakistani project.

Meanwhile, the beauty cream itself has raised a lot of eyebrows for rolling out its new hair cream.

Many might not be aware but in 2017, BBC London ran a story about how numerous shops in London have been fined for selling fairness beauty creams that contain harmful and poisonous chemicals as core ingredients for their products. The list of beauty brands also included Faiza Beauty Cream. Choosing Sara Khan as brand ambassador worked for Faiza Beauty Cream or not, only time will tell. The actress is quite a controversial figure across the border and is often under fire for being a part of various scandals.

Yet again, the actress has stirred some major trouble for herself in India. This time, it has to do something with Pakistan.

This article was originally published on BrandSynario