6 thoughts on “A Fresh Take On Live In Relationships And Acceptance By Parents | Brooke Bond Red Label Ad

  1. A very dangerous trend amounting to slow poison for young minds. Marriage as an Institution has always been a bond which – snugly should fit parental bond. And is it essential to disturb a social system to promote tea? Why can not it be shown that parents loved tea served by daughter-in-law and promote harmony between parental bond and marital bond?

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  2. I personally take offence to this kind of marketing by such an established brand. Your tea is fine but stop selling such junk to India such as live in relationships etc to India. Soon you would be promoting homosexuality in the same way. I for one will boycott Brooke bond. It scares me to see the kind of India my children will find themselves in, in a climate of such base marketing that will stop at no extent so as to maximize profit at the cost of a gullible young nation. Sad. Jai Hind.

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  3. I dont like this ad. It seems they are promoting livein relationships than selling their brand. Iam not saying livein relationships are bad or good. It is their choice. But the company should not use such things. It is trying to convince people to accept it very common.

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  4. livein for loser couple..no guts to marry…
    our parents never lived in before marriage..but marriage worked..Indians don’t need a livein because we can make our marriage work..
    livein culture is westernised loser culture

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  5. livein for loser couple..no guts to marry…
    our parents never lived in before marriage..but marriage worked..Indians don’t need a livein because we can make our marriage work..
    livein culture is westernised loser cculture

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