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Neil Nitin chosen as brand ambassador for Oxemberg suitings

Neil made his mark in industry,not just with talent,but with looks. He is an instant hit even with ad walahs.

Written by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai |
April 1, 2010 12:28:26 pm

For those who thought that a doctor’s son will go onto become a doctor,an engineer’s son will become an engineer,here is a man who went onto prove them wrong! He is none other than the Bollywood’s literal blue eyed boy,Neil Nitin Mukesh,the son of the illustrious singer Nitin Mukesh.

Having made his debut in Johnny Gaddaar,Neil showed to the industry what superstars are made up of! Neil made his mark in the industry,not just with his talent,but also with his Greek looks. No wonder then,he became an instant hit even with the ad walahs alike. After having endorsed FMCGs like shoes and watches,Neil has now been chosen as the Brand Ambassador for Oxemberg suitings. Speaking about this deal,Prasad Shetty,(President Sales and Mktg,Oxemberg) said,”We chose Neil for the reason that he is simply a youth style icon and the teenage heartthrob. Not just that,he is also a well established star. And since our brand Oxemberg is positioned as ‘Body Music’,it aims and creates clothes that are music to an individual’s body. And because of his (Neil’s) music lineage,he simply fitted in the slot to a T.”

Looking at his endorsement spree,it seems like Neil is all set to take the ad world by storm. What say,Neil!

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