You don’t have to Objectify a Woman to Sell a Product – Vir Das

By Staff Feministaa in Fashion & Lifestyle 16/05/2016

Vir Das, one of India’s favourite comedians has stood up against the many advertisements which have women being objectified to market the products.


A number of Bollywood celebrities have been endorsing products in a way which might not be the best way to go about advertising for a product. From Kareena Kapoor’s Magnum advertisement to Katrina Kaif’s Slice advertisement, there have been numerous instances of ad makers attempting to “ objectify” women through their content.




Vir Das has always been known to be a funny guy but here is an example of a sophisticated advertisement delivering a clean message to  the public in the most creative manner. Here is the interesting video you must watch.





By promoting a men’s deodorant in the most classy way, he says



You know what? Enough is enough. You don’t have to objectify women to sell a product.

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