Sunny Leone is ‘serving immorality’ through condom ads, says political party

“The advertising campaign objectifies the feminine gender and has proved to be a sheer embarrassment for all women viewers… It’s a very ugly scene and conveys a very different message,” an indignant Women’s Wing secretary Sheela Gangurde told IANS. See pics, videos 
The party – led by Union Minister Ramdas Athavale – has served a week’s ultimatum to the government to initiate steps to withdraw the Suny Leone ad, failing which it would launch an agitation. Also read | IPL 2017: Sunil Grover-Sunny Leone root for KKR, spread smiles with their Baby Doll act from commentary box. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App now
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She claimed that the “shabby, immoral and ugly manner in which the actress seduces or sexually provokes a man in the ad to use condoms is nothing but serving immorality and a bad practice to the Indian audiences, hurting their moral ethos, ethics, religious and spiritual values.”
Expressing her “deep anguish”, she said India is advanced but not to the extent that such content can be freely aired or viewed on television channels by close-knit families at home. She pointed out that the ad shown on various television channels has made it awkward for the women in a household — mother, sister, wife or daughter — to sit together with the family and watch. “In fact, we have received scores of complaints from women viewers, women activists and others on the ‘undesirable’ content of this and even some other advertisements promoting condoms or contraceptives, and these should be banned,” Gangurde said. The women’s wing of the Republican Party of India (A) on Monday demanded the yanking of an advertisement featuring former adult entertainer and Bollywood actress Sunny Leone promoting a condom brand. 2017-04-17T14:24:26+00:00″>
Published:April 17, 2017 2:24 pm

Sunny Leone’s condom ads are being objected by the women’s wing of the Republic Party of India.