Santoor targets urban working women with new TVC

WATCH the TVC created by DraftFCB + Ulka

Santoor targets urban working women with new TVC

Soap brand Santoor has come out with a new television commercial to address the urban middle-class woman. The commercial, featuring Madhavan, carries forward the thought of ‘mistaken identity’ and is set to an urban landscape.

WATCH the TVC here (story continues below)


Set at an international beauty pageant, the commercial opens on the protagonist walking down the red carpet. Madhavan, who is a judge at the event, is seen giving reporters sound bites when he catches sight of the protagonist. Stunned by her youthful beauty Madhavan assumes her to be a participant at the pageant until later when she is introduced to him as a famous TV producer and a fellow judge at the pageant. As much as he is surprised at how such a young woman could become a judge of an international beauty pageant, he is also taken aback when he hears the protagonist’s daughter (a little girl) call out ‘mummy’.

Sharing her thoughts on the idea behind the new commercial, Indira Das, creative director, DraftFCB + Ulka, Bangalore said, “The challenge was to hit the sweet spot of appealing to a newer audience without alienating brand loyalists, which I think this film does very effectively.”


Client: Santoor
Agency: Draftfcb+Ulka
Creative team: Indira Das, Siddhi Desai
Planning team: Eric Rodricks, Riya Ninan
Servicing team: Biju Kurup, Syed Imran
Production house: Lemon Yellow Sun Films
Director: Vinod

Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

5 hours ago

Blog: SonyLiv's Undekhi roasted for promotional ...

The author looks at back promotions that have gone wrong

2 days ago

Blog: The fascinating story of Brooks Brothers and ...

Brooks Brothers, best known for being the couturiers who outfitted 41 of the 45 American Presidents, filed for bankruptcy last week in the US. The author looks back at their journey...

2 days ago

Spotify reaches out to international music fans in ...

Watch the films conceptualised by Leo Burnett here