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Deepika To Lose Endorsements for JNU Visit Row claims experts

Ganesh Jain

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The appearance of Deepika Padukone seems to cost her on the endorsements she has from different companies’ claims expert. As per a report published in a leading financial organ, the actress’ visit at JNU to express her solidarity with the injured students would cause her financial harm. Post her visit, she was allegedly attacked a lot by a violent mob and it seems to have affected her.

The reports suggested that brands often keep away from celebs who are mired into any kind of controversy. Deepika standing in solidarity though she did not speak to anyone or nor was seen sharing the dais with anyone was castigated by the fringe elements calling her even an anti-national by them. Her Skill India video which was supposed to be released last week for empowering the acid attack ladies of the country has been put on hold by the ministry for obvious reasons.

The film also suffered to some extent and perhaps due to the competition posed by Ajay Devgn starrer film Tanaji: The Unsung Warrior. Earlier we have seen similar thing happening to Aamir Khan when he just spoke in India Today interview at their program called Conclave that his wife feels insecure in staying in this country to which he had to face a lot in the country as fringe elements went on to call him anti-national and what not. He had to lose the endorsement of SnapDeal.
As per reports, Deepika earns more than 100 crores from her endorsements. She has been linked with not less than 23 brands like L’Oreal, Britannia’s Good Day, Tanishq, Axis Bank and Vistara Airlines to name a few. She has a huge fan following on Twitter with around 26.8 million followers.

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