New Delhi. Vaibhav Bedi, who had earlier sued Axe as he couldn’t attract a single girl even after applying the deodorant, is now planning to sue “mardon wali cream” or men’s fairness cream brands. After applying such creams for six months without fail, all Vaibhav could achieve was a “Rakhi Sister” today.
“Saala, when will I get a girlfriend!?” Vaibhav shared his frustration as he flashed the Rakhi tied to his right wrist.
Sources claim that Vaibhav had reached an out of court settlement in the last case, where he was told that he should be at least “a bit attractive” to attract a girl. When he looked around for parameters of attractiveness in the society, all he could find was skin color.
“I would never take off my Amul Macho underwear and would always apply Gillette after-shave, but girls were still nowhere near me,” Vaibhav told Faking News, “I knew that I desperately needed a fair skin, as I had everything else – even a bottle of Sprite.”
Impressed with ads of men’s fairness creams endorsed by likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma (when he was scoring), Vaibhav decided to give these grooming products a try to get a fair skin and a fairer girlfriend.
“And look what I have got,” the frustrated man again showed the Rakhi that had The Dark Knight Rises theme.
“No fairness, only darkness for me,” he rued.