OPPO Signs Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor as Brand Ambassadors in South Asia

OPPO, the Smartphone brand in Pakistan has rung in 2016 by announcing Bollywood heartthrobs Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor as its South Asia Region Brand Ambassadors.

Announcing the development Mr. Sky Li, Vice President OPPO and MD of International Mobile Business said, “Both Hrithik and Sonam are youth icons and are looked up to for their style and attitude, which is completely in tune with our brand philosophy, which is about young at heart and pursuing for perfection, and always be a trendsetter.”

He further added, “We encourage consumers to be experts in photography and be trendsetters like our brand ambassadors who have influenced us with their astounding pictures”.

Commenting on his coming on board as OPPO brand ambassador for South Asia Region, Hrithik Roshan said, “ I have always loved the stylish and technologically superior OPPO phones and have many cherished memories clicked with my first OPPO N1 smartphone with rotating camera. I am proud of the brand’s growth and am very excited to be a part of yet another successful innings of the brand in 2016.

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According to Sonam Kapoor, “My association with OPPO echoes my belief in the brand’s philosophy of marrying technology with style and elegance as a phone is increasingly becoming a lifestyle statement especially amongst the youth. I am pleased to be associated with OPPO which caters to the consumers with exceptional products.”

OPPO is the Official Global Partner worldwide for the mobile phone category with International Cricket Council (ICC) for 4 years, from the start of 2016 to the end of 2019. In May 2015, OPPO also announced a 3-year partnership with FC Barcelona as global partner.

OPPO recently launched OPPO R7 Plus and R7 Lite in the Pakistan market. OPPO currently has around 20 smartphones including flagship models such as the R7 Plus, R7 Lite, N3, R5 and Find 7a.


  • Khurram Shahzad

    So what? This is something that people in Pakistan least care about. Aur aap loge baray “pro-pakistani” banay phirtay ho!

    • Muhammad Yasir

      good point !

  • Ali

    OPPO is a flop brand so doesnt matter what they do globally

  • Muhammad Yasir

    just great … pathetic and over priced brands … now backed up by Bollywood Superstars
    can this get any worse -_- ?!

    • Abdul Samad

      I guess they should research Q’s marketing strategy by adopting active pricing and market awareness. No one know or even interested to buy oppo so what they have to give its consumers different ?

      • Muhammad Yasir

        exactly … for all the hardware on offer , all i can see is a terrible pricing policy and almost zero exposure . v.few people actually know anything solid on Oppo !

        for what its worth , we would have benefited from some cheaper brand like bluboo , Cubot or even elephone arriving here instead of Oppo , which is hell bent on premium pricing !