Campaign India Team
Nov 13, 2017

MMGB: Hyundai pays an ode to 'the drivers of tomorrow' ahead of Children's Day

Watch the film conceptualised by Innocean Worldwide here

Had enough and more of engine and honking sounds irritate you on your way to work today?
 
Here are some more of them. But, they may help get that irritation down.
 
Ahead of Children's Day which will be celebrated on 14 November 2017, Hyundai has released a film which celebrates the 'drivers of tomorrow'.
 
The film has been conceptualised by Innocean Worldwide and features a collection of children making engine sounds and moving imaginary steering wheels. 
 
CREDITS (from Facebook):
 
Client: Hyundai India 
Agency: Innocean Worldwide India
Sr. GM and group head marketing: Puneet Anand
Sr. ECD and writer: Talha Nazim
Executive director: Arjun Modayil
Account management: Anushina Rajesh, Neetu Gour
 
Director: Harshik Suraiya
Producers: Vinit Bhattt, Chintan Pandav
Executive producer: Nupur Agarwal
Cinematography: Vinit Bhatt
Music Director: Rooshin Dalal
 
Source:
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