Ajay Devgn asked by a cancer patient from Rajasthan to not promote tobacco products
Nearly 1000 pamphlets addressed to Ajay Devgn, in which a cancer patient from Rajasthan is talking about his experience, have been pasted on the walls in Sanganer and Jagatpura of Rajasthan.Updated: May 06, 2019, 13:39 IST
Nanakram, a 40-year old cancer patient from Rajasthan, has made a public appeal to Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn to stop doing advertisement of tobacco products in the interest of the society. The patient’s family said that he was a fan of Devgn and used the same product which the actor advertises for but now he realises that tobacco has had an adverse effect on his life.
Nearly 1000 pamphlets addressed to Devgn, in which Nanakram asks the actor about how much he or his family chew tobacco, have been circulated and pasted on the walls in Sanganer, Jagatpura and nearby areas of the city.
“My father Nanakram Meena started chewing tobacco a few years ago and was using the same brand for which Devgn does the advertisement. My father was impressed by Devgn but when he was diagnosed with cancer, he felt that such a big star should not advertise for these kind of products,” Dinesh Meena, the patient’s son, told PTI.
In the pamphlet, Nanakram said that advertisements of things like liquor, cigarette and tobacco were harmful and that actors should not promote these things. A father of two children, Nanakram, who used to run a tea-stall earlier, cannot speak and runs the family by selling milk at home in Sanganer town of Jaipur.
Ajay will be seen in a romantic comedy called De De Pyaar De, about a 50-year-old man falling in love with a 26-year-old woman. The film also stars Tabu, who stars in it as Ajay’s divorced wife.
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