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The latest offering by Manforce condoms is the latest gimmick to hit a surprisingly crowded novelty condom market. Durex alone already has an aubergine flavoured offering in India, along with the more "traditional" strawberry, banana and so on. But though pickle or "achaari" has a special place in Indian cuisine, with every region having its own variant, it's not widely considered synonymous with romance. So predictably, a lot of people had a lot to say about it on social media: Manforce came up with new condom flavor, achari. So is India really ready for a pickle flavoured condom? "Such campaigns are mostly so that companies can make the news and draw attention to their business," Sunil Lulla, the head of Grey ad agency, told the BBC, adding that only the company would be able to say if these gimmicks actually translated into sales. "However if it is spicing up sexual enjoyment and conversation around safe sex in India, then such efforts should be encouraged." "I think Manforce has been very smart about this and it shows they know their audience," Indian columnist Rajyasree Sen told the BBC, adding that the company did not seem to be targeting the upper demographic with their latest offering. "But the million dollar question is, what pickle are they talking about? Lime?
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