Sushant Singh Rajput said: "As responsible actors, or responsible citizens we should not in anyways endorse or prefer one skin tone over another"
Uday Chopra tweeted: "If fairness creams are racist then so is hair color. It's a personal choice"
Anil Kapoor said: "I don't get involved into any matter of my kids. So, let it be between the kids"
Sonam Kapoor was among several celebrities slammed by Abhay Deol for advertising fairness products
Abhay Deol went on a midweek offensive against Shah Rukh Khan and Sonam Kapoor, with a series of Facebook posts on celebrities who advertise fairness creams
"I don't consider myself fair. I think I am in the tanned category. I don't think we are fairness-driven. We have some actresses and models who are really dusky and gorgeous, and I truly believe skin colour doesn't matter," said Ileana
At an event in Mumbai, Sonali was asked to comment on the incident involving Parched actress Tannishtha Chatterjee's complaint about being 'roasted' for her skin tone on a TV comedy show
The small screen is full of ads of fairness creams but tall, dusky and gorgeous model Lisa Haydon says the Indian fashion industry is "open minded" about dusky beauties.
While several actresses from the industry earn their money by endorsing beauty creams that promise to make your skin fairer, Esha Gupta wants none of it.