Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Telenor’s Flirt-Promoting Ads Should Be Banned, Pleads Faiza Alam

Fail Telenor’s Flirt Promoting Ads Should Be Banned, Pleads Faiza AlamTelenor’s Internet.more TVC got mixed response from masses; however, almost all bloggers expressed their disapproval over highly noised advert.
Arsalan Mir opined that ad was not only a cheap attempt by agency but also an irresponsible attitude from Telenor, while Mudassar Mufti questioned Telenor’s TVC by comparing it with ‘Karo Mumkin Campaign’ and how both the faces of Telenor contradict each other.
Some termed it as disrespect to women, while others talked about further propagation of our worsening social values.
However, Faiza Alam, a ProPakistani reader is worst impacted, as her name was used in the said TV commercial. She agrees that it’s our society that has the flaws but at the same time she protests against Telenor for encouraging the bad deeds.
Faiza Alam said that she reserves the right to contact courts for using her name in such a bad advert.
She mentioned us instances of Abrar-ul-haq, when he was asked by Lahore High Court to pull back a song from his album that mentioned Punjabi women in bad manner.
She wants a immediate ban on Telenor’s this TVC!
Following is excerpt of letter we received from Faiza Alam:
Dear Sir,
I would like to bring into the notice of the concern people about a coincidence, a miserable coincidence that has made my life a living hell.
My name is Faiza; Faiza Alam to be exact and I have been victim of cheap jokes since one of the cellular phone companies have heavily advertised its services on media recently.
Though the co

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