Joining the illustrious list of celebrities like Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, Hrithik Roshan and Shahid Kapoor, Anushka Sharma is representing a bit of herself and her style by launching her own apparel brand ‘NUSH’.
Anushka recently gave a little sneak peek of her collection through her social media accounts. The actress launched 160 attires of her Autumn/Winter 2017 collection, and the collection will be available on online stores and some major retail outlets across the country.
But things went terribly wrong, when people found out that some similar dresses have already appeared on online websites like Aliexpress, Alibaba.com, Wish and Taobao, all of which are Chinese wholesale websites.
According to Pinkvilla, “The designs did not seem merely inspired but sourced right from these wholesale websites. We found the exact same item, but of course with the tag of NUSH”.
Now Anushka has been accused of ripping off designs from a bunch of Chinese online retailers for her clothing line.
Anushka and her team have reacted on the whole controversy and have issued a statement.
“Several discrepancies have come to light over the last 2 days we are in the process of getting to the bottom of this and we will not stop at taking the most stringent action required to resolve the situation. Once we have complete clarity will share more details," said Anushka's spokesperson.