After the popular jewelery brand, it is the streaming platform Eros Now that has faced evil trolling for their Navratri advertising campaign. A section of netizens called the brand for ‘vulgar’ social media posts. An ad featuring Katrina Kaif captioned, “Do you want to spend the night in my Navratri?” The other had a photo of Ranveer Singh and he read, “Let’s have some fun in my pajamas.”
#BoycottEros is now trending on Twitter all day on Thursday, with many people expressing their views. Here’s how Netizens reacted to the Eros boat’s Navratri ad campaign:
Dear ErosNow, Why have you posted these ambiguous banners for the auspicious festive season?
– Dr. Gaurav Garg (Dr. Gaurav Garg 4)
October 22, 2020
Actress Payal Rohatgi also expressed disappointment in this regard:
– Payal Rohatgi (@ Payal__Rohatgi)
October 22, 2020
Producer Ashok Pandit tweeted from his verified account: “@ Eros should now take strict legal action and punish those responsible for abusing #HinduReligion in his company as they are #enemies that can destroy a company that makes a big contribution to the entertainment industry.” “
Tagging the streaming platform, Kangana Ranaut also tweeted from her verified account: “We must preserve cinema as a community watching theater experience. It is more difficult to attract a large audience than sexual content for personal viewing. Digitization of art faces this big crisis. The streaming platform is nothing but a porn hub. Shame. “
In two separate tweets, the actress shared that watching movies should be done with family and friends. He wrote: “And when you wear headphones and watch content in your personal space it doesn’t stream the platform fault, instant gratification is needed, watching movies with the whole family, kids, neighbors is important to be a community experience. Awareness increases when we know that what someone is seeing is what we are seeing we want to be what we want them to be, we make conscious choices, censorship what we feed our brains is very important and Censors can be our own conscience as well. “
On Thursday morning, however, Eros Now apologized for its Navratri advertising campaign. “We give equal love and respect to our cultures at Eros. It is not our intention to hurt anyone’s feelings and it never happened. We have deleted related posts and we apologize for hurting anyone’s feelings,” he tweeted. Was.
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