Cadbury Chocolate Company mocks Hinduism in its Advertisement

Cadbury, the Chocolate manufacturing company has launched a new advertisement on television which includes Bollywood actress Preity Zinta.

The advertisement shows the actress conversing with Hindu deity Lord Yama (deity of death and the hells).

In the advertisement Preity Zinta meets with an accident and is shown hanging from a high place. Lord Yama arrives and says, "Sorry Ma’am, time up!" looking at his watch. "Any last wish ?", asks Lord Yama to which the actress says, "No.. urr yes" and removes her perk chocolate and starts eating. Lord Yama looks on eagerly and his eyes grow eager with hunger. On the actress’ offer, He takes the Chocolate from her and begins eating it as the moment of death passes away. The actress then runs away grabbing the chocolate from Lord Yama who is distressed!
( Ostrich minded Hindus! atleast now wake up and protest unitedly against the company demanding an explanation. Would the company have used deities and themes from other religions for its advertisement? It is only due to their complacency that Hindus have to face insult and debasement of their own religion.)

A Hindu activist from Pimpri, Pune has protested against the Company on its contact helpline Number.

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti urges all Hindus to protest peacefully against the Company at the following number.

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