Gonuts partners with the most iconic VJ Danny McGill


The celebrity commerce platform, Gonuts declared its partnership with the most iconic VJ Danny McGill. Launching MTV in India in the 1990s, he revolutionised the concept of veejaying and with his iconic “MTV Headbanger Ball” and “Classic MTV”, he became a youth icon and inspired many to look at video jockeying as a profession.

Now, to engage with unique personalised video messaging, Danny McGill is becoming a part of Gonuts to connect with fans and brands. Aiming at creating intimate memories and celebratory moments for fans, Gonuts partners with such celebrities. Receiving birthday greetings or motivational messages from their favourite stars, Gonuts provides a digital platform for the fans and also gives VJs and RJs to interact with their fans in a personal way.

Across various categories such as music, television, sports, films, etc., GoNuts has a portfolio of over 700 celebrities available on its platform. Due to this, users can select across the diverse range of celebrities at various price points and genres for any personalized messages to their loved ones.

Some of the other biggest VJs like Suchitra Pillai, Nikhil Chinappa, Cyrus Sahukar, Maria Goretti, Udam Singh, Cyrus Broacha etc., are also hosted by the platform. Not only that, Television anchors such as Padamjeet Sherawat, Shekhar Gil, Sidharth Kannan, Manish Bataviya, Yashika Gupta, Riddhima Pathak along with the most iconic Radio jockeys like RJ Krisna, RJ Archana Pania, RJ Glenn, Hrishi K amongst others are also a part of Gonuts.

Speaking on the exclusive partnership with Gonuts, Danny McGill said, “I am extremely delighted to associate with Gonuts. Fans are what makes us stars and India has a special place in my heart. Indian fans always make us feel special. I believe, through Gonuts it is now our turn to fulfil the dreams of my fans and create an ecosystem where they can get as much love as they give us”.

Joji George, Co-Founder, Gonuts said that, “In this experience economy, our research has shown that customers want to reconnect with the stars who have been a part of their rite of passage be it music, television and sports. We need to look at Customers as people with a summation of experiences across various facets of celebrity fandom and not in isolation. Hence, bringing this section on the platform was a demand from the market and we are very pleased to have these icons as part of talent on the home to the stars”.


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