Mumbai, April, 30 (CINEWS): Performer Anil Kapoor says that supporting brands accompanies a considerable measure of obligation yet one can’t assume the authenticity of a specific organization over the long haul.
He likewise says that whatever happened with Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the brand minister of a land firm was “exceptionally tragic”.
Recently, Dhoni resigned as the brand minister of Amrapali, days after the troubled occupants of a lodging venture in Noida propelled an online networking effort, requesting that the cricketer disassociate himself from the realty firm.
Sharing his response on how mark supports are critical for well known confronts like him, Anil said: “I have dependably embraced those brand whom I accepted and upheld.”
“I feel it is such a theoretical business and at times you don’t have the foggiest idea (what will happen). What happened to Dhoni is extremely deplorable. Once in a while land brands look exceptionally honest to goodness and legit so these things happen. You can’t stop them,” included the 59-year-old who was in the national capital with star Farhan Akhtar for the declaration of the 17the version of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) honors.
It’s not only the cricketer who was focused for underwriting a brand that has not satisfied its guarantee. Previously, stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit Nene and Preity Zinta were likewise dragged into a debate over embracing Maggi noodles, which was incidentally banned in India obviously because of hurtful fixings.
IIFA, a four-day cinematic festivity, will be held in Spain from June 23.