Sachin Bansal, who has slammed Snapdeal in the past, has now come out in support for Snapdeal following a row on its ambassador Aamir Khan's remarks.
"This is a flawed logic. Brands don't buy into brand ambassadors personal opinions. @snapdeal shouldn't face this," he tweeted.
Snapdeal became the most unlikely victim of the whole controversy where people started giving one-star rating to Snapdeal's app on Google Play store. #BootOutSnapdeal and #NoToSnapdeal were the top trends on Twitter in India.
Users not only downvoted the app but also urged others to uninstall the app from their smartphones.
"Uninstall snapdeal app #App wapsi Amir Khan plzz leave our country as soon as possible no Deal with snapdeal just uninstaled snapdeal App," an app store user who goes by the name Sujit Kadam wrote on Twitter.
However, the entire controvesy has not affected Snapdeal's rating on the Play store. It is still on #27 spot in the list of top apps.