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Suhana Khan: Maybelline Ambassador Amid Bollywood Debut Debate



Suhana Khan, daughter of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, has been named the new face of Maybelline, the New York-based beauty brand. The announcement was made on Monday after Suhana attended her first press meet in Mumbai. The young starlet is set to make her Bollywood debut this year with filmmaker Zoya Akhtar’s next project, The Archies. Her association with the international beauty brand seems to be a perfect fit for her portfolio.

For the event, Suhana opted for an all-red look in a power suit that showcased her unique fashion sense. She addressed the media, saying, “Hi everyone. I am so excited to be here and see you guys again. We had such a good time filming. So I’m just really excited to be here and I can’t wait for you guys to see everything we have filmed. It’s an honour to be a brand ambassador for Maybelline after hoarding so many of their iconic products, especially their mascaras which are amazing. But, yeah I am just super excited and happy to be a part of this brand and I can’t wait to make it shine with all of you.”

The announcement of Suhana’s brand ambassadorship has sparked a debate on privilege, with social media users expressing their opinions on the matter. On Reddit, one user wrote, “Suhana Khan, Ananya Birla, PV Sindhu, Eksha Kerung are the new faces of Maybelline.” Responding to the post, another user commented, “It screams privilege though being beside PV Sindhu. Ananya Birla lives with auto-tune.” “Suhana’s inclusion is a typical PR nepotism move to pander and become an icon for youngsters. I guess Alia also did Maybelline initially,” added another. One more said, “She has a good body, but her face just ain’t it. Privilege is real.”

The debate on privilege in the entertainment industry is not a new one, with many questioning the ease with which star kids land roles and endorsements without having to go through the struggles of newcomers. The issue is particularly sensitive in India, where the film industry is notorious for its nepotism and the advantages that star kids have over newcomers from less privileged backgrounds. However, the debate is not limited to India, with similar discussions taking place in other parts of the world.

While the debate on privilege is a valid one, it is also important to note that Suhana Khan’s achievements should not be discounted simply because of her family background. She has worked hard to get where she is and deserves recognition for her talent and accomplishments. Furthermore, the fact that she is using her privilege to support causes she cares about is admirable. Suhana has been vocal about mental health issues and has used her platform to raise awareness about them. She has also been involved in several charity projects, including a fundraising campaign for child health and education.

Maybelline’s decision to choose Suhana as their brand ambassador is not surprising given her high profile and growing popularity. The brand has a history of working with celebrities, including Gigi Hadid, Adriana Lima, and Emily Ratajkowski, to name a few. Working with Suhana is a smart move for the brand as it will help them tap into the Indian market, which is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years. Additionally, Suhana’s association with the brand will help her gain even more popularity and establish herself as a style icon among young people.

In conclusion, Suhana Khan’s appointment as the new face of Maybelline

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