It was told that Rajesh Hamal received a whooping Rs. 1.2million to be featured in the ad. That is, 3-4 times the amount he receives for acting in a full movie. Others should have received a smaller but considerable sum to act for the ads.
The same group had previously submitted a similar request to investigate the newspaper reports of non-consumable materials being found in Real Juice. The group claims that the advertisement, to mislead the public, while the investigation is going on, is against the law.
Now, it should be the another time Dabur threatens to take its investment back; or it might be only a propaganda like some parliamentary committee asking government to punish Indian Embassy.
One thought on “Govt asked to investigate Rajesh, Karishma, Dipak and Min over Real juice ad.”