For actors apart from films, Brand endorsement and acting in Advertisement is very normal and vital too. Many Bollywood celebs impacted on audience mind through their strong advertisement message. Amitabh Bachchan acting for Dairy Milk. We remember him as being synonymous with one liner – ‘Kuch Meetha ho Jaye’ after every meal. Or Aamir Khan in ‘Thanda Matlab Coca Cola’ for Coca Cola and so on.Stardom of a actor endorsing the brand increases the Brand value. Long before they tasted stardom, Shahid was a Complan boy and Preity was a Liril girl! advertisement always creates a great impact on people’s mind with a feeling attachment through the ads. Here, we bring you a list of Bollywood stars who began their career by acting in advertisements.
1-Preity Zinta in an ad for Liril.
The dimple girl acted in this advertisement in the year 1997 for Liril soap. Preity Zinta is seen enjoying the freshness of waterfall. After this ad she entered the Bollywood with the same cutenes which was depicted in the advertisement.
2- Deepika Padukone in ‘Kya Aap Close-Up Karte Hain?’
The famous ad of its time and the jingle ‘ Kya Aap Close-Up Karte Hain?’ which was sung by every individual of that generation. The Current astar of Bollywood Deeepika Padukone, made that ad worth remembering with her pretty smile and sparkling acting.
3- Varun Dhawan for Bournvita.
The Judwaa 2 star was in this cute ad of 90’s. He acted as a child artist in this very strong message advertisement.
4- Anushka Sharma for a South Indian soap.
Anushka acted in this epic fairness advertisement for South Indian soap before coming into the Bollywood world.
5- Vidya Balan as a yummy mummy in Surf Excel ad.
Do you remember that she started her career with the comedy show ‘Hum Paanch’? This ad from the 90’s will help you revive the strong ad of that time. She has been projected as a caring mother in the advertisement.
6- Aishwarya Rai in Camlin Pencils ad.
Her very first commercial was with Camlin pencils. She became Miss World in 1994. We know how these celebs look like now. But to see them in old ads is nostalgic.