Julahaa Sarees ropes in Parineeti Chopra as brand ambassador

The association also marks the launch of their campaign #MySareeMyWay that highlights the inherently dynamic nature of the saree

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Jan 13, 2020 3:40 PM
Julahaa Sarees with Parineeti Chopra

Julahaa Sarees, the master weavers from Surat, signed on Parineeti Chopra as an ambassador for the brand. The association also marks the launch of their unique campaign #MySareeMyWay that highlights the inherently dynamic nature of the quintessential Indian saree establishing that there is no right or wrong way of wearing a saree –just one’s own way. The campaign is aimed at the Millennial audience that is now exploring traditional sarees, and yet want to add their unique stamp to it. With sarees becoming the flavour of every season, the campaign is focussed on embellishing its comfort even when worn to a Sangeet, Baraat or the wedding.

Speaking about the development, Sudarshan Santosh Budhia, Director & Owner – Julahaa Sarees commented, “At Julahaa Sarees, we believe in spotting opportunities and developing a sustainable solution for the same. In the past five years, we have worked passionately to bring ornate sarees in materials such as Art Silk, Georgettes, Linen, Chanderi, Organza and Matka Silk to special occasions, and our efforts have paid off. We have seen the same passion for good work in Parineeti. From Dimple Chaddha in Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl to Bindu Sankaranarayanan in Meri Pyaari Bindu and now Jiwani in Kesari, Parineeti has reinvented herself for every role. Her passion for her art is evident in the range of roles she has chosen for herself. We are very happy to welcome Parineeti aboard as the face of the brand.”

Speaking about the association, Parineeti Chopra said, “I am thrilled to be the brand ambassador of Julahaa sarees and its innovative #MySareeMyWay campaign. Growing up in Ambala, I have seen the eternal grace and beauty that sarees bring. With our adaptation of authentic Indian fabrics and silhouettes, we want millennials to sport the saree as they like for there is no one way to wear it. Making the saree a fashion choice for the young is what we hope to do.’’

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