With the total earnings of 36.5 crores in 2018, Pusarla Venkata Sindhu was amongst the 20 top paid celebrities in India. In a nation that adores cricket, Sindhu is one of the few sports personalities who has seen continuous improvement in their game, fame, and brand value. After becoming the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal in 2016, Sindhu became a brand favorite almost overnight. Let us look at the brands that invested in India’s badminton star.

JBL Endurance earphones
P. V. Sindhu was roped in by Samsung Electronics Co. and HARMAN International as JBL’s brand ambassador in September 2018.

Japanese sports merchandise group, Yonex, is a personal sponsor of P. V. Sindhu. They joined forces in March 2016.

At the beginning of 2018, Johnson & Johnson’s sanitary napkin brand, Stayfree, designed an advertising campaign -Dreams of Progress with P. V. Sindhu.

Sindhu is amongst the many celebrities who advertised for Flipkart in 2018.

Sindhu has been advertising for energy drink brand, Gatorade, since 2017.

Bridgestone India
Tyre brand, Bridgestone, appointed Sindhu as its main face of advertising in 2017.

Sindhu replaced R Ashwin as Moov India’s brand ambassador in 2017.

Towards the end of 2017, Sindhu did an ad film for Boost India.

Nokia made Sindhu its global brand ambassador in June 2017.

Apis Himalaya Honey
Sindhu’s association with Apis Himalaya Honey began in 2016.

Visakhapatnam Steel Plant
Soon after Sindhu won a medal at the Rio Olympics in 2016, she was made the brand ambassador of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant.

Bank of Baroda
P. V. Sindhu along with K Srikanth was made the ambassador on Bank of Baroda in 2016.

Central Reserve Police Force
CRPF appointed Sindhu as Commandant and brand ambassador in 2016.

In October 2016, Sindhu was chosen to endorse Sri Sri Ayurveda’s Ayurvedic drink, Ojasvita

Sindhu did an ad film for Panasonic batteries in 2017.

P. V. Sindhu was seen advertising for GST in 2017.


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