With the announcement of Aishwarya Sakhuja as the new Cadbury girl, we find out other cute-sies who have been a part of this popular brand's sweet commercials
1. Aishwarya Sakhuja
The tall hottie with the prettiest smile, is now Cadbury's new face. Ex-miss India contestant and the popular 'bahu' Toasty of TV serial Saas Bina Sasural has been chosen as the next Cadbury girl. The Cadbury India's team believes that people will be able to relate to her easily.

2. Genelia D'Souza
The newly-wed cute gal has also been a part of Cadbury advertisements, thanks to her innocent and friendly looks! She lit up the Perk commercials with her 100 watts smile !
3. Preity Zinta
Just when she was out of college and entered modeling, Preity got her first TV commercial for Cadbury Perk. The dimpled lass got noticed for her bubbly appearance in the ad where she sneaks a bite of Perk amidst a 'Bhookh hadtaal'.
4. Umang Jain
Do you remember the utterly sweet teenager standing at the Bus Stop eating Diary Milk, when a guy tells her kuch acha karne se pehle meetha zaroori hota hai? That pretty girl is Umang Jain.

The talented lass has been a part of many other commercials and was also a part of Dia Mirza's Love Breakup Zindagi. She has plans for Bollywood now, and we'd love to see more of her.

5 Anjana Sukhani
The model turned actor bagged a Cadbury's commercial with Amitabh Bachchan in the very beginning of her career. Since then she has done various Bollywood films including Salaam-e-Ishq, Jashnn and Golmaal Returns.
6. Jennifer Kotwal
A Parsi model and actress, Jennifer started her career on TV with a youth oriented serial Just Mohabbat. Apart from doing many commercials, this charming girl was also a part of movies like Yaadien and Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai.

7. Pallavi Subhash
The alluring wife in Meethe mein kuch meetha ho jaaye commercial of Cadburys, is model and actor Pallavi Subhash. She's a TV actress and has done serials like Kasamh Se. Her claim-to-fame is her role as Gauri in Ekta Kapoor's Karam Apna Apna.

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