According to the reports, Consumer Affairs Additional Secretary G. Gurucharan said, "Yes, they (Brand Ambassadors of Maggi) would be liable for action if the advertisements are found to be misleading."
Where as, the famous ad director, R. Balki contradicted by saying "As far as I know, Maggi has been in the market as a prime food item for many decades. How come it has suddenly become so controversial? Why was it found to be so harmful all of sudden when it has been in the market for nearly 40 years?"
"Nestle has a long-held reputation for delivering impeccable food products. As for blaming the models, it's totally unfair. The models are not scientists who can analyze the ingredients in a product they endorse. Madhuri probably grew up on Maggi. She would have never imagined it would come to this." added Balki.
Well, it's totally a legal matter and one cannot judge exactly how this controversy gonna take a shape. Hope our all time favourite Maggi and its ambassadors will be very soon inside the safe zone.