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Is Ashton Kutcher's new ad racist? TELL US!

By Rediff Entertainment Bureau
May 03, 2012 14:41 IST
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Ashton Kutcher adHollywood actor Ashton Kutcher received the wrath of Indian Americans as a series of new ads featuring him as an Indian man appeared online.

Developed by chip company Popchips, the $1.5 million ad series has Kutcher featured as four different men looking for love, one of them being 39-year-old Raj, a Bollywood producer.

Dressed in a tacky sherwani, Ashton appears a couple of shades

darker and sports a moustache.

HeĀ informs, in a faint Indian accent, that he fancies Kim Kardashian and has been a winner in a milking competition.

Following aggressive criticism from the Indian American community, the video and print ads have been pulled down from the company's official website and Facebook page.

Do YOU think the Ashton Kutcher ad is racist? TELL US!

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