Priyanka Chopra’s homeware brand Sona Home called out for shocking prices


Twitter doesn’t look impressed with the price of products available on Priyanka Chopra’s newly launched homeware brand, Sona Home.

Priyanka Chopra, who recently launched her new Indian homeware lineup Sona Home is under fire for keeping the prices of the items in the collection ‘exorbitantly high’. Many people took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to express disappointment and shock. Also read: Priyanka Chopra literally bathes in gold in old jewellery brand commercial, fan calls her ‘Sonpari’. Watch

According to their website, their ‘Panna’ Collection has a tablecloth that is priced at around 31,000 (USD 398)! They also have a dinner set collection – ‘Sultan’. On the website, a cup and saucer set is priced around 5,300 approximately (USD 68), and Chutney Pots, (a set of 6) are priced around 15,000 approximately (USD 198).

Looks like the price list didn’t go down well with netizens. In reaction, they started a hilarious thread on Twitter. One user wrote, “I wanna be rich to a point where I can casually buy a SONA HOME tablecloth worth 30K INR”. Another user wrote, “Sona home is beautiful and I was down to splurge on it bc I’ve been wanting new dinnerware but $60/per plate. Miss Chopra, you crazy.”

A Twitter user commented on the price of tablecloths on Sona Home. 
A Twitter user commented on the price of tablecloths on Sona Home. 
Another commented on the price of dinnerware. 
Another commented on the price of dinnerware. 

On June 23, Priyanka took to her Instagram to share the news of Sona Home. launch. She shared a video on Instagram and wrote, “Launch day is here! I couldn’t be more proud to introduce you all to SONA HOME. It was challenging to come from India and make America my second home, but my journey led me to a place where I found a second family and friends. I bring a piece of India into everything I do and this is an extension of that thought. It’s awesome to be working alongside @maneeshkgoyal and our entire team in creating something so dear to our hearts and heritage.”


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