After serious critique from PETA, Ranveer Singh’s shark ad to lift disclaimer

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New Delhi: Reacting to a emanate lifted by People for a Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) over a Rupa Frontline announcement featuring actor Ranveer Singh thrashing a shark, a brand’s orator pronounced that a visuals were not dictated to provoke anyone, and combined that a disclaimer would shortly be trustworthy to a commercial.

A screengrab from Roopa Frontline ad. Courtesy: YoutubeA screengrab from Roopa Frontline ad. Courtesy: Youtube

A screengrab from Rupa Frontline ad. Courtesy: Youtube

The new announcement garnered disastrous response due to visuals display Ranveer holding a dive into an sea to save a lady from a shark and violence adult a shark to execute his masculinity.

“This is to explain that a shark shown in a latest Rupa blurb featuring Ranveer Singh is a rubber toy, no animal was used in a shoot. It is not a goal to harm anyone’s sentiment. We will be adding a disclaimer to a ad to this effect,” pronounced Mukesh Agarwal, whole-time director, Rupa Co. Ltd. brand’s spokesperson, in a statement.

While condemning a advertisement, a animal rights organization lifted concerns and pronounced it skeleton to take a matter brazen by essay to a actor and a brand.

In a matter released on Wednesday, Poorva Joshipura, PETA India CEO, said: “PETA will be essay to Rupa Frontline and Ranveer Singh to share a concerns on interest of sharks and today’s socially wakeful youth.” (Read a full essay here)