How Much Puri Jagan Earning On Eye Hospital?

September 18th, 2012, 07:49 AM IST

If you thought that crazy director Puri Jagannadh is a man who is stuck only with films then you are mistaken. He also seems to have a demand among the endorsement circuit and now he is busy promoting an eye hospital. Well, this happens to be the famous Maxivision hospital renowned for laser eye surgeries.

Lately, hoardings of Puri are seen across the city with a caption that goes "Just 20 seconds..I threw my reading glasses away". It looks like even this dialogue was penned by Puri but his presence came as a surprise. Usually, this is considered a forte of sexy models and handsome heroes and not film directors.

But the other important topic being discussed is, how much Puri Jagan is making out of this eye hospital commercial. As it is, he has been minting quite a lot with his back to back projects being wrapped up in short timeframes so the Maxivision stint might be an additional bonus for Puri.

TAGS : Puri Jagannath, Lasic Surgery, Endorsement
 

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