'I am glad that my first TV commercial is for a product like Women's Horlicks, which is designed specially keeping in mind the daily nutritional need of a modern Indian woman. As a Bengali, Horlicks has been an integral part of my growing up years, therefore I also have an emotional connect with the brand,' said the actor in a press statement.
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare has formulated the drink especially for women and is available in two exciting flavours - chocolate and caramel. The drink contains no added sugar and is low in fat.
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