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'Removing Aamir from Incredible India campaign is politically correct'


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Amir Khan
by (View MyPage) on Apr 06, 2016 02:19 PM

Amir Khan wants to create sympathy for himself by citing his religion as minority.He must remember that the days of minority appeasement policy of the Congress rule have gone and he has to behave as an Indian.He must also remember that the fame, wealth and adulation he got is possible only in India because India follows a secular democracy and this is not Pakistan or any Muslim country where minorities are publicly beheaded and also their place of worship bombed.He should stop playing his Muslim card to get sympathy.

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Amir Khan's comments
by (View MyPage) on Mar 25, 2016 07:40 PM

Amir Khan's anti India comments are similar to Gillani's. They both live in India enjoy all benefits and wealth in India but their heart lies in Pakistan.

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Umesh Verma
Khan
by Umesh Verma (View MyPage) on Feb 12, 2016 06:03 PM  | Hide replies

Khan's are pro Islam.

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Mahableshwar Bachao
Khans are anti India
by Mahableshwar Bachao (View MyPage) on Feb 07, 2016 01:09 PM

Khans are anti India

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mohd razi
khans
by mohd razi (View MyPage) on Feb 01, 2016 12:58 AM

Only khans make india incredible Aamir exclusion due to pk movie all nonsense are jealeous about pk

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ranjan pradhan
It is politically correct
by ranjan pradhan (View MyPage) on Jan 31, 2016 10:02 PM

YES Amir should remove as India's Brand ambassadors

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Thomas Chacko
Brand Image
by Thomas Chacko (View MyPage) on Jan 31, 2016 09:53 PM  | Hide replies

The logic of those who say Aamir Khan tarnished India's image is quite queer, to say the least. In marketing, the brand ambassador's task is to draw people's attention to a product and vouchsafe for its trustworthiness or reliability. There are cases of ambassadors/endorsers who got into trouble because the products whose qualities they touted were below par. Remember Bachhan and Maggie noodles and Mammootty and Indulekha soap. In Aamir'e case, the country whose hospitality and respect for foreigners he was praising to the skies was falling a prey to the whims of a handful of desperadoes who wanted all Indians to follow a particular diet and one particular leader. The country was spoiling its own international reputation by banning cow slaughter and slaughtering people who were suspected of flouting the ban. Thus, it was not Aamir who contravened the conventions of the advertisement contract. The brand itself fell short of the glory it was claiming to have reached. The government failed him by not taking effective steps to control the communal fanatics who took the law into their own hands.

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Chandran KR
Re: Brand Image
by Chandran KR (View MyPage) on Feb 01, 2016 01:01 AM
For you the most important thing is eating.

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Ravi Bhatia
Politically Correct Commercially Wrong
by Ravi Bhatia (View MyPage) on Jan 31, 2016 11:22 AM  | Hide replies

Amitabh Kant Should Not ave said That Removing Aamir Is Politically Correct. As Secretary DIPB He Is Wrong. Removing Aamir Is Politically & Commercially Wrong. He Has To Make Us Understand What He Understands By INTOLERANT.

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Chandran KR
Re: Politically Correct Commercially Wrong
by Chandran KR (View MyPage) on Feb 01, 2016 01:02 AM
Amitabh Kant is a hardworking bureaucrat. His work in Tellicherry, Calicut, and with Kerala govt is much appreciated.

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Chandran KR
Re: Re: Politically Correct Commercially Wrong
by Chandran KR (View MyPage) on Feb 01, 2016 01:03 AM
Amitabh Kant is right in justifying Aamir's removal.

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krishna gurumurthi
AMIR KHAN
by krishna gurumurthi (View MyPage) on Jan 30, 2016 02:35 PM

OKAY,YARR,HE HAS ALREADY SERVED FOR 10 YEARS,LET SOMEBODY ELSE TAKE OVER.

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