Campaign India Team
Jun 25, 2021

Cannes Lions 2021: FCB Ulka bags India's only Lion on day five

The win comes in the Sustainable Development Goals category

Cannes Lions 2021: FCB Ulka bags India's only Lion on day five
FCB Ulka won India's only Lion on day five of the 2021 edition of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
 
The win was for The Times of India's 'Out and Proud Classified' in the Sustainable Development Goals category.
 
Also announced were winners in the Film Lions category, which had no Indian winner.
 
India won a total of 22 Lions at this year's festival. A tally which comprised two Gold Lions, nine Silver Lions and 11 Bronze Lions.
 
Among the 22 wins, four were in the Health and Wellness category. 
 
Here's the updated table after day five.
 
Agency Shortlists Bronze Silver Gold
DDB Mudra 6     1
Dentsu Webchutney 20 3 4  
Mindshare 2      
Ogilvy 7 1 1  
VMLY&R Commerce 7 1    
Lowe Lintas 4 2    
FCB Interface 10 3 3 1
FCB Ulka 6 1    
BBDO 1      
Leo Burnett 2      
Wunderman Thompson 2      
Chrome Pictures 1      
Famous Innovations 3      
Grey 1      
McCann 1      
Taproot Dentsu 1      
Cheil 2   1  
VMLY&R   1      

 

Source:
Campaign India

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