Campaign India Team
Jun 23, 2008

Cannes 2008: First person account

There is only one day left for the Cannes Lions festival to come to an end and there is an undeniable sense of last day syndrome taking place. I am making up for lost time and today being the last day, I wander through the seminar areas, after the sessions are over, looking to see if there is anything that I have missed.

Cannes 2008: First person account

There is only one day left for the Cannes Lions festival to come to an end and there is an undeniable sense of last day syndrome taking place. I am making up for lost time and today being the last day, I wander through the seminar areas, after the sessions are over, looking to see if there is anything that I have missed.
The party that everyone has been looking forward to, is finally here; the Times of India party. There is Sukhbir playing to the gallery. As I enter, I see people outside standing and looking into the party, and some of them are dancing to the Indian music. Forget Indian movies, everybody here seems to love Hindi songs and they just can’t seem to get enough of it. 
I see Indian food after a week and make a beeline for the food table. Adfolks sighted at the party include KV Sridhar, Piyush Pandey, R/GA’s Bob Greenburg, Madhukar Kamath, Prasoon Joshi, Mahesh Chauhan, Nakul Chopra, Agnello Dias, Colvyn Harris and others.
 

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