I live in the US, and being the cricket fanatic that I am - this year I promised myself that the world cup will be watched uninterrupted and in good quality (unlike previous years, where we went to shady websites that streamed it live and then there would be all kinds of pop up ads and virus left overs ) So, I paid the hotstar subscription and was enjoying the world cup, when there pops up a seemingly "sanskari" ad for SBI NRI accounts. The premise of the ad is of a family preparing for the wedding of the daughter of the family. Seems happy till now? Not so much. The son is taking loans (car/home) from US easily, thanks to the SBI NRI services, so that his parents can enjoy.The girl is buying designer lehangas and calling her brother , who is more than happy to pay for it because - you guessed it, SBI NRI accounts. The whole premise shows the son (no surprises, he is SINGLE), is pretty much being thrown into debt for the extravagance whereas the sister and parents are happily spending it away. Why not show an ad where an NRI girl tells her parents not to worry about wedding expenses because she has got it all covered? OR an ad where the parents advice their son not to take a car loan and instead invest in the different savings options the NRI accounts offer? Am I being TOO touchy? Or like my husband says, am i being a "outrage on the drop of a hat" feminist? Anyone on my side here?