This ad effectively conveys the convenience of app-based grocery shopping but by showing two men engaged in buying groceries and cooking. I hope the ad will encourage more men to be smart grocery shoppers and aspire to be good cooks.
Once again, an ad that promotes a product that celebrates fairness as a desirable attribute, in this case for men. However, it smartly uses the context of the Test match by asking spectators to wear whites. There is no direct association made between the use of the skin whitening cream and the message of the ad, unlike in the fairness cream ads for women that are always linked to their identity and aspirations – getting a life partner, boyfriend or career opportunities.
The series of ads is totally male-centric, once again making cricket a male sport though Indian women cricket has been doing amazingly well in the recent past.
Good to see a young woman in an ad promoting learning and aspirations. The ad would have been equally effective had it featured a young man, but by featuring a young woman it subtly challenges our perception of education being a priority for young boys and men alone.