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Aamir Khan Trolled For His Latest Ad On Firecrackers

The superstar featured in a Tyre TVC where he advises people to not burn crackers on roads.

Aamir Khan Trolled For His Latest Ad On Firecrackers
Aamir Khan Trolled For His Latest Ad On Firecrackers
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2021-10-22T18:58:40+05:30

Superstar Aamir Khan is facing the ire of netizens after his recent commercial has come under scanner. The actor recently featured in the advertisement of a tyre manufacturing company, where he advises people to not burn crackers on roads as it can cause harm to vehicles.

A Karnataka-based MP has written to the CEO of Ceat Tyres, questioning the burning of crackers on roads, when offering Namaaz often blocks many roads.

Many took to Twitter to call out Aamir Khan and the message the advertisement is giving.

This is not the first time lately that actors are being trolled. Actress Alia Bhatt was trolled for her endorsement of a jewellery brand, whereas, Clothing line Fab India was trolled for their anti-Hindi name of new collection.

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