7 Responses

  1. Anon at | | Reply

    I have a question. Why do Indian brands use White models to advertise their product in INDIA? It makes no sense. The majority seem to do this.

  2. Swati at | | Reply

    P&P, are advertisement posts gonna become more common on the blog now? Because I cringed a little as I was reading it. Somehow, it has a different character from a giveaway post or the small adverts at the side, which you can choose to look at when you feel like.

  3. Katya at | | Reply

    I agree with the comment above. I have been asked the same question by white friends who visit India. It is very embarrassing- India has not gotten over its colonial hangover. We have such beautiful skin, I wish we embraced it.

    1. Anon at | | Reply

      It IS embarrassing. I cringe everytime I see it. India seriously needs to get its self-esteem in check.

  4. Raaga at | | Reply

    Do the above commentators realise that we have ALOT of Indians who have white skin and look Caucasian? Lol seriously guys

    1. Anon at | | Reply

      Please don’t kid yourself. Very VERY few Indians look proper Caucasian. They also don’t have blonde hair. There are a lot of light skinned Indians, yes. But they don’t Eastern European. Majority of Indians are some shade of brown and I would like to see that being represented. This “there are a lot of light skinned Indians who look caucasian” argument is BS.

  5. Ndjej at | | Reply

    It would be nicer if the “paid post” comment is at the beginning of the article rather than the end

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