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Bollywood Stars' Craziest Promotional Stunts

Neil Nitin Mukesh celebrated Diwali in a Delhi prison in order to promote his new movie "Jail," Riteish Deshmukh created an ice cream flavor with Baskin Robbins to create buzz around "Aladin" and now Salman Khan is selling movie tickets to get people to come and see "London Dreams." So which Bollywood star has pulled the craziest publicity stunt in order to prop up a movie? Check out our list below and tell us which one is your favorite.

If you just shot a movie called "Jail," what better way to promote it than to show up in a Delhi prison and share some sweet Diwali treats with the inmates? Well this is what the cast and crew of the Madhur Bhandarkar directed drama decided to do! Madhur Bhandarkar, Manoj Bajpai and Neil Nitin Mukesh took the festival of lights to a Delhi prison and had lunch with the convicts. They also premiered the song "Data Sun Maula Sun" by Shamir Tandon.

Mukesh and Godse

Thanks to international ice cream chain Baskin Robbins and Indian media studio Eros, you can know enjoy ice cream flavors inspired by the characters in Sujoy Ghosh Bollywood remake of the classic movie "Aladin." In a clever promotion stunt, Riteish Deshmukh, who plays Aladin and Jacqueline Fernandez, who plays his bride Jasmine, were asked to create three new Baskin Robbins Aladin Ice Cream Flavors inspired by their characters in the comedy flick.

Mukesh and Godse

Not to be outdone by his fellow B-town actors, Salman Khan has decided to personally sell tickets for his latest movie "London Dreams" at a Delhi theater! Despite several other marketing means like a video conference held from Mumbai with journalists in New York City and upcoming rock concerts scheduled around India, Salman apparently thought that drastic measures were needed in order to sell tickets to "London Dreams," so he decided to take care of business himself!

Mukesh and Godse



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