What is the controversy surrounding the male dish soap Vim Black?

A video of Vim's ad campaign ignited a storm online . The company has responded to the controversy .

On Friday, a video of Hindustan Unilever Ltds household cleaning products brand ignited a storm online, with some questioning whether the ad campaign was a joke and others criticizing Vim for its profanity tone.What is the controversy and how has the company responded to it?We talk about it.Soman approaches the man, praises him for bragging, and then gives him Vim Black, with the advice, Vim Black for men, is easy to clean and more to brag.

Milind Soman joined Vim for some cynicism on Sunday, supporting a sexist ad campaign.ClarificationVimsUpdated on Sunday, Vim declared the ad was a prank.We arent serious about the black pack, but we are super serious about men doing household chores.On Sunday, Vim shared a video on Instagram highlighting the fact that household duties are also mens chores, and that doing what is their job gives them no sense of pride.

We also forgot to mention one tiny detail: The bottle is different, the product inside has been the same for years.Bartan dhona sabke liye ek jaisa, toh liquid bhi ek hoga na (Washing dishes is the same for everyone, so the water will also be the same).To get into the kitchen, you don't need a new bottle, but the realization that these are your tasks.If you're making new year resolutions, why not chalk in to your jobs and cut out those bragging skills?

The note says that this campaign was not accidental, and that it was not the first time Vim has used the slogan Nazariya Badlo, which emphasizes that household chores are not limited to women.The government intervened in June after the latest Vim ad was retracted by Twitter and YouTube, who later agreed to remove the ad because it violated the Information and Broadcasting Ministry's (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021.

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