Pain balm unites Jr NTR and Suriya

Junior NTR and Suriya will be seen with ‘Munni badnaam hui’ fame Malaika Arora in a commercial for Zandu Balm.

Published: 15th December 2010 01:24 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 02:35 PM   |  A+A-

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Junior NTR (Pic: Sampurn Pix).

MUMBAI: Zandu Balm has done something that even established filmmakers couldn’t. It has brought together Tamil superstar Suriya and Telugu star Junior NTR on the screen along with Bollywood item girl Malaika Arora Khan.

However, these stars will not be seen in any film but for an ad of Zandu Balm. NTR was recently signed by the company to endorse their product. Soon after, Suriya was signed as the brand ambassador for Tamil Nadu.

Acclaimed ad filmmaker Prahlad Kakkar has started filming a commercial for Zandu Balm in Mumbai and it will have South Indian stars NTR and Suriya dancing with the sexy Malaika of ‘Munni badnam hui’ fame.

Senthil of ‘Magadheera’ fame is the cinematographer.

Malaika is Zandu Balm’s North Indian brand ambassador. The new advertisement is likely to be aired in the last week of December.

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