Campaign India Team
May 09, 2018

When the Pandey brothers went social with Campaign

In probably their longest engagement on social media till date, the Pandey brothers answer the questions young adland always wanted to ask them

It was a picture perfect setting. The Pandey brothers arrived dot on time. So did the five young adlanders who were to interview them. The young adlanders included Sheena Khan from Track DDB, Ashlyn Almeida from Lowe Lintas, Swapnil Gaur from Bang in the Middle, Adith Fernandes from FCB Interface and Vijay Randhawa from Rego Advertising with hundreds of questions for the Pandey brothers that ranged from the 'most notorious thing that the Pandey brothers did at the workplace', to 'their take on the social media and its impact on the advertising business'.
 
The Pandey brothers were in their element. The stage was set and the attacking field took its position. Did the Pandey brothers hit the ball all over the park? The video tells it all.
 
 
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