Ashneer Grover recollects Salman Khan’s supervisor requested him ‘Bhindi kharidne aaye ho kya?’ when he sought after the actor as his logo ambassador

Ashneer Grover, who rose to repute as a pass judgement on on Shark Tank India, was once invited as a visitor speaker at a non-public college on twenty ninth April 2022 the place he mentioned how companies serve as and what issues want to be regarded as whilst beginning a undertaking.

All over his speech, Ashneer stressed out at the significance of creating consider for a trade which comes to financial transactions. He mentioned it was once essential when he began off.

So he made up our minds to get Bollywood celebrity Salman Khan on-board as his logo ambassador however he did not have sufficient price range to try this. He mentioned, “Mere paas financial institution mai natural 100 crore pade the jisse mujhe pura trade banana tha.” (I handiest had Rs. 100 crores in my checking account with which I needed to run my trade).

He mentioned he nonetheless made up our minds to move forward with the speculation of drawing near Salman with the restricted assets he had and were given involved along with his supervisor who requested for Rs 7.5 crores.

Alternatively, Ashneer could not have the funds for to pay the quantity again then and asked Salman to rethink his charges. To his wonder, the actor agreed to advertise his product for Rs. 4.5 crores.

Alternatively, Ashneer printed that Salman’s supervisor taunted him for the negotiation.

He requested, “Sir aap bhindi kharidne aaye ho kya, kitni mandawali karoge (Sir, have you ever come to shop for greens, how a lot will you negotiate)?” Ashneer responded to him, “Mere paas hai hello nahi paise, de hello nahi sakta” (I do not manage to pay for, I can’t give.)


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