The great Khali made his name as a professional WWE wrestler. Recently, he’s outgrown that role as an ambassador for multiple brands. This includes companies like Licious, Cadbury Fuse, KFC and Swiggy Instamart. But what makes Khali such a worthy advocate in these various categories?
Khali, real name Dalip Singh Rana, weighs about 157 kilos and is about 7.08 feet tall. Priti Nair, director of Curry Nation, says Khali is a very different brand ambassador because it’s a combination of an underlying funny personality and a tough exterior.
She adds that her newer brands don’t always have time to make their name.
“He has a wide range of recommendations, from food delivery brands to his brands of smartphones,” she points out. Nair adds that he would be a blind spot if many brands endorsed him, but the different brands that endorsed him leverage his strengths in different ways. The fact that is larger than life is a factor that instantly connects to everyone who sees his ad.
“He has a tremendous brand recall rate and stands out as a brand ambassador. There’s an underlying element of fun,” she explains.
She adds that brands these days don’t always have time to make their name.
“He has a wide range of recommendations, from food delivery brands to his smartphone brands,” she notes.
Nair adds that he would be a blind spot if many brands endorsed him, but the different brands that endorsed him leverage his strengths in different ways. I really like him as a brand ambassador. He appeals to a wide audience. Nowadays brands don’t have much time to build themselves. We need a quick recall. He is well known as an advocate So we meet all those criteria,” she explains. There is always a fun element to
Khali, she adds, which adds to its appeal as a brand ambassador. Many of the respondents using afaqs! It didn’t matter that Khali was once a WWE star, but he’s still widely regarded as a brand advocate.
Spring Marketing Capital founder Arun Iyer also said he didn’t follow Khali when he was a WWE wrestler, noting that his appeal as a brand advocate goes beyond that.
He added that no one would use him for his strength, nor would anyone try to equate him with the product of his power. must be No one wants to be that big. There will be people who want to be healthy and agile but don’t necessarily have to be as tall as him,’ explains Chauhan. It adds that it is increasing awareness of brands that do.
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