Bollywood Beauty Genelia to Act for Naturals Salon

If Bollywood brownie Priyanka Chopra can sing for Universal Music Group, Abhay Deol, a little-known Bollywood actor, can work with Stephen Lang of Hollywood blockbuster AVATAR, why can’t your own Genelia work for a salon? So, she’ll.

Naturals Salon has naturally roped in Bollywood actress Genelia D’souza as its brand ambassador. She will feature in Naturals’ new campaigns through mass media and promotional events that will emphasize on the greater benefits and quality of the salon chain, said Naturals Beauty Salon company today, Feb. 20.

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“I am proud to represent Naturals for I trust the brand that provides the best for hair care & beauty needs. I take this as an opportunity to communicate on the significance of presentable outlook as confidence starts with it,” Genelia said.

For those who have not yet heard about Genelia, it’s stated that she has worked with films including Chance Pe Dance, Mere Baap Pehle Aap, Masti, Rock The Shaadi and Life Partner among others.

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“We were looking for a popular young and vibrant personality having mass appeal, especially among the youths of the country. So we zeroed in on Genelia who is Naturals’ regular customer too,” said Ms. K. Veena, CEO, Naturals Beauty Salon, on the association with Genelia.

Naturals Salon operates in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Puducherry, West Bengal, and Madhya Pradesh.

Photo courtesy: Naturals Beauty Salon India Pvt. Ltd.

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