Global icon and Bollywood’s desi girl Priyanka Chopra always comes up with new business ideas. She recently launched her Homeware brand called ‘Sona Home.’ Varied categories of products are available with her brand taking from dinnerware, table linens, bar décor, and many more. According to the information given by the actress on her social media, her products signify the Indian culture of hospitality. However, what caught everyone’s eyeballs is the price range of her products.
According to the netizens, the rates of the brand’s products are way too high. Priyanka took to her Instagram handle and wrote, “Indian culture is known for its hospitality, it’s all about community and bringing people together…and for me, that is the ethos of SONA HOME.” It further reads, “In addition to being inspired by India, there are many personal tie-ins to this collection, like the lampshades are made using vintage Saris inspired by a beautiful story about Maneesh’s mom (It tears me up every time I hear it).”
The range of products is divided into two categories- Sultan’s Garden and the Panna Collection. As per the approximate pricing, The Panna table runner costs Rs 14,043, whereas the price of the Panna rectangular table cloth is Rs 30,612, and a set of four Panna coasters is worth Rs 4,576. One Sultan’s Garden dinner plate costs Rs 4,733, a serving bowl from the collection is Rs 7,732, a teacup and a saucer are costs Rs 5,365 and the price of a mug is Rs 3,471. These items are available on the Sona Home website.
Hence, the netizens found the products overrated. Many of them have given hilarious comments while some have harshly criticized the pricing. Here take a look at what netizens have to say about it!
In the video shared by Pee Cee, we can see her talking about the different items with the company’s co-founder Maneesh Goyal. We can hear Priyanka saying, What’s so beautiful about I think Sona Home is that every single thing comes from a thought. There’s a reason for the design being the way it is. There’s a reason why we have chosen certain shapes, why there’s a certain embroidery.”