‘How can someone make such a …’, Nitin Gadkari got Akshay Kumar such an advertisement that he became a troll – न्यूज़लीड India

‘How can someone make such a …’, Nitin Gadkari got Akshay Kumar such an advertisement that he became a troll


People said – this advertisement promotes dowry system…

People on social media have criticized this advertisement. Many alleged that the advertisement was promoting the practice of dowry, which is a punishable offense in the country. In the video, a father can be seen crying at the bride’s farewell. And Akshay Kumar playing the role of a cop taunts the father of the bride for sending the newly wed couple in a car with only two airbags.

'How can someone make like this, who passes this creative...'

‘How can someone make like this, who passes this creative…’

Terming the advertisement as “problematic”, Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi wondered who passes such creatives, how can anyone create such… who promote the evil of dowry and criminal acts.

Priyanka Chaturvedi tweeted, “This is such a problematic ad. Who Passes Such Creatives? Is the government spending money to promote the safety aspect of the car or promoting the evil and criminal act of dowry through this advertisement?

'This Indian government officially promotes dowry'

‘This Indian government officially promotes dowry’

Trinamool Congress national spokesperson Saket Gokhale said, “It is for the Indian government to officially see the dowry promotion.” Road Safety Advertisement Cyrus Mistry, former chairman of Indian conglomerate Tata Sons, died in a car accident on Sunday. After it was launched, Saket Gokhale alleged that the car accident happened due to faulty road design and the government was diverting responsibility instead of fixing the roads by pushing for six airbags.

'This ad is the pit, completely lost the plot...'

‘This ad is the pit, completely lost the plot…’

Another user wrote, “This ad is a pit. Totally lost the plot. Is it about marriage, about bride, or about dowry, or for 6 airbags car,,, this What is it? How can these government advertisements be so childish and misconceived. They couldn’t have talked about security any other way.’

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'Only the Government of India can do this...'

‘Only the Government of India can do this…’

Another wrote, “Only in India will the government spend taxpayers’ money to make advertising campaigns promoting dowry, a punishable offence, a punishable offence.” This can happen only here.

Earlier on Friday, Nitin Gadkari thanked Akshay Kumar for his support in the nationwide national road safety campaign, saying, “His efforts to spread awareness on road safety issues are really commendable.” “We are committed to reducing road accidents in India through awareness and public participation,” he wrote on Twitter.

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