During the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship, the world observed something interesting from arguably the best footballer on the earth Cristiano Ronaldo, who put aside two bottles of soft drink that were kept on the table during a pre-match press conference and urged people to prefer water. Earlier on cancellation of a friendly match between Argentina and Israel, Ronaldo’s counterpart Messi was quoted as telling “As a UNICEF ambassador, I cannot play against people who kill innocent Palestinian children. We had to cancel the game because we are humans before we are footballers.” Both the incidents show their commitment to the people and society. However, if we turn our eyes to some celebrities of our country, we will find a reverse scenario here.
According to news reports, RJ Nirob has been detained in a forgery case filed against him as the Head of Sales (communications and public relations) of controversial e-commerce platform Qcoom. Similar sorts of allegations are there against another e-commerce platform Evaly that signed Tahsan Khan as Brand Ambassador at a grand celebration. After their scam was unearthed, the singer and actor said that he turned down the contract but could not make it public because of a clause of the agreement. The same happened in the case of actor Sabnam Faria’s appointment as the Head of PR, Media & Communication of Evaly. In both cases, the common people were intentionally kept in the dark about turning down their favourite celebrities’ contracts, intending to keep the company’s forgery incessant.