Campaign India Team
Jun 19, 2022

Cannes Lions 2022: 12 shortlists for India

Dentsu Webchutney leads with seven shortlists, followed by VMLY&R (two), Leo Burnett (two), and DDB Mudra Group

Cannes Lions 2022: 12 shortlists for India

The organisers of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity have announced the second batch of shortlists for this year's awards.


India received a total of 12 shortlists across the five categories. This adds to the five shortlists India has already received at the festival. 


Health and Wellness


India received five shortlists in this category. 


VMLY&R got two of them, one for Maxx Flash's 'The Killer Pack' and one for Unipads 'Adeli'. 


Leo Burnett bagged two shortlists for P&G Whisper's 'The Missing Chapter'. 


The last shortlist in this category went to DDB Mudra Group for The Battlegrounds Mobile India's 'Machine-Gun Mouth'.


Radio and audio


All seven of the shortlists in this category were for Dentsu Webchutney's ‘The Unfiltered History Tour’ for Vice Media. 


There were no Indian shortlists in the following categories: Outdoor, Pharma, Print and Publishing.

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