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‘Vulgar’ ad campaign aimed at Indian festival sparks #BoycottErosNow backlash on Twitter

Indian streaming service Eros Now issued an apology on Thursday to its Twitter followers — on the very platform where it posted its inappropriate Navratri ads — when the Internet backlashed against the campaign, deeming it “vulgar” and offensive. Owned by motion picture production company Eros International, the service found itself recalling its suggestive posters, […]...Read More