Times Group’s New Ad Mocks Priyanka for her Relationships and People are pissed

Back in the year 2014, the Times of India, one of top notch newspapers, confronted a substantial counterattack after creating news out of Deepika Padukone's cleavage.

After the dimpled beauty had replied furiously, we accepted such sexist content will not be supported on a stage that consists of being one of the revolutionary news gateways.

However, it seems that TOI hasn't learnt a lesson in spite of everything.

Now, the well known publication has posted an advertisement regarding the Times Group.

The advertisement claims - "A Times Network initiative to create awareness about Woman Viewership for English News".

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With the aim to back up this deportment, they signed up Priyanka Chopra and her past connections (and how!).

With "Women make news. Women watch news", they showcased a proportionate form to strengthen the claim – 42 per cent of English news viewership comprises females.

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As one can see, PeeCee's name has been joined with the last names of males who she has supposedly been involved with or is involved with. And, for sure, they couldn't give up Priyanka Jonas.

How regressive is that? It's patriarchal filth disguised as women empowerment. By drawing attention towards PeeCee's past relationships boldly without any permission at all, it's aiming to be a millennial and woke commercial.

Others people also commented on the same as well.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155835394922607&set=a.10150886794617607.409561.566742606&type=3&theater

This is completely intolerable.

by Vijay Singh | Sat, Jun 30 - 03:10 PM

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