Oh! You finally bought that cloth you wanted for a long time, and that handbag too which was out of stock every time you wished you could buy. And bought that pair of shoes as one of your favourite Bollywood stars had endorsed that brand? Congratulations, you have fallen into the trap laid down by the brands for you.
Brands have been manipulating with your minds to make you buy what you don’t actually want to just by including your favourite Bollywood actor/actress.
The popularity of a star is directly proportional to the number of brands he/she endorses. Bigger the star, the more the brands will fall into their laps.
To continue the legacy of the brand endorsement, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are one of the biggest stars in India right now who have been mincing the money from the followers.
However, industry’s biggest name has fallen in the quirk of fate. The brands that Ranveer Singh endorses are in direct competition with the brands that Deepika Padukone endorses. Yes, you read that right. Let us take the floor to shed some light on the clashes of interest of the two.
1. Ching Noodles Vs Kellogs:
Though the products aren’t in the direct competition but fall in the same market bracket I,e easy to make instant food. While Deepika Padukone wants you to remain fit, as the fact she is a national badminton player, Ranveer Singh wants you to slurp on some of the Desi Chinese.
2. Make My Trip Vs Go Ibibo
As Ranveer Singh has appeared in multiple Make My Trip ads, along with Alia Bhatt. Deepika Padukone has recently been appointed the brand ambassador of Go Ibibo, another app which lets you plan your next trip.
3. Oppo Vs Vivo
Oppo and Vivo have the same parent company, its safe to assume that they are targeting in the market for the same consumer base. Whereas Ranveer endorses Vivo smartphones, Deepika asks you to buy Oppo phones.