Brand Ambassador of India


Amitabh Bachchan in a maggi commercial

is an international brand that originated in Switzerland in the 19thcentury, however, the company was acquired by Nestle in 1947. Maggi is known for its seasonings, instant soups, and instant noodles that are popular in countries like India, Pakistan, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, and Bangladesh.

Amitabh was the brand ambassador of Maggi but the actor stopped supporting the brand after a controversy with Maggi. The actor, however, has also been featured in many Maggi commercials before ending their deal, where the actor is seen introducing the brand to cater to the old generation audience and make them eat Maggi.

The actor can be seen pitching the idea of happiness while eating the “2 minute waali Meri Maggi”. The campaign with Amitabh Bachchan was very successful, and Maggi made large profits out of it no doubt.


deal includes a fixed payment and royalty to the cricketer that will be affected by Puma’s overall business performance. Kohli promotes the MEN ONE8 variant of Puma. The agreement is supposed to end in 2025.
In February 2017, Virat Kohli became the first Indian sportsperson to sign a ₹110-crore endorsement deal with a single brand when he struck up a deal with Puma. to more about Puma.
It’s a privilege to be part of a great list of athletes that Puma has. Not just today’s icons like Usain Bolt but also the brand’s rich history with Pele, Maradona, Thierry Henry and others.”


new foldable phones look sleek and come in interesting colour options. I love the camera and the large cover screen, and also the fact that these foldable phones are very compact and portable,” she said.
“Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 are an amalgamation of style, premium looks, innovation and utility that promise a smooth smartphone experience for our young users. Alia’s immense popularity among young Gen Z and millennial consumers will help us deepen our bonds with them.”

Thumps Up

is an Indian cola brand that was introduced in 1977 to offset the withdrawal of the Coca- Cola Company in India. Coca-Cola later purchased the company and even re-launched it to compete against PepsiCo. From the year 2012, Thumps Up has continued being a leader in the cola segment in India, taking over 15% market share of the overall Indian aerated drinks markets.