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Coca Cola’s New ‘Share A Coke’ Commercial Is A Light Take On A Father-Son Relationship

Despite a few glitches here and there, the 45-second commercial makes you smile

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Creative Picks | Episode 08

From Hennessy's latest commercial 'Major :90' to Make My Trip's funny new ‘Gym’ TVC - check out this week's top 3 communication pieces.

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Wipro Garnet LED Bulb’s New TVC Is To The Point And Funny

Sometimes all you want is a TVC that talks straight about the product, in as less time as possible

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Maggi Masala-ae-Magic’s ‘Rishton Ka Swaad’ TVC Is Sweet And Effective

The 1-minute ad not only addresses the purpose of the product but also an important issue

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ITC Limited Has Come Up With A Series Of Three Commercials For Their ‘Sab Saath Badhein’ Campaign

The short advertisements address services like afforestation program, watershed development and e-Choupal kiosks for farmers

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Fierce Competition: Ushnota’s Top 10 Super Bowl LII Ads

The competition between brands during the Super Bowl season is fierce. Ushnota Paul lists down her favourites...

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Horlicks’ New Campaign ‘Fearless Kota’ Throws Light On An Important Social Issue Of Today

The brand takes up the case of student suicides to send across a powerful message.

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Asian Paints’ New Campaign #HomesNotShowrooms Is A Warm Tale About Your Home

This beautiful commercial talks about creating a ‘home’ as opposed to a ‘house’…

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Vodafone India: “#LookUp”

The #LookUp campaign by Vodafone showcases a video portraying the need for face-to-face interactions today. Quite a bold move being a telecom company, Vodafone emphasizes the importance of spending time with loved ones and expressing emotions in person rather than through a text or call.

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Amazon India: #DeliverTheLove

Conceptualised by Ogilvy Bangalore, the ad film tells the story of a young boy who just cannot fathom why his grandmother does not mind receiving the same gift for Rakhshabandhan, every year.