Campaign India Team
Jun 24, 2021

Cannes Lions 2021: Four more wins for India

Cheil, Dentsu Webchutney and FCB Interface among the winners

Cannes Lions 2021: Four more wins for India
Indian agencies added four Lions to its tally on day four of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
 
The country's Lion tally for 2021 is now at 21. 
 
Winners were announced across six categories.
 
Brand Experience and Activation Lions
 
FCB Interface bagged a Bronze for Mumbai Police's 'The Punishing Signal'. 

Creative eCommerce Lions 
 
Dentsu Webchutney bagged a Bronze for Swiggy Instamart's 'The Better Half Recipes'.

Mobile Lions 
 
Cheil won India's only Silver Lion on the day. The win was for 'Now, words aren't just heard, but felt' for Samsung. 

Dentsu Webchutney's 'The 8-bit Journo' for Vice Media won a Bronze. 
 
 
There were no Indian wins in the following categories: 
  • Creative Business Transformation Lions
  • Creative Effectiveness Lions
  • Innovation Lions
  • Radio and Audio Lions
Updated table:
 
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      
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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