Indian agencies earned five shortlists in the Entertainment category at Spikes Asia 2019.
Dentsu Webchutney earned three of those to take their total tally up to 32. Two of the shortlists came for 'Code name: Uri' and one came for Swiggy's 'Voice of hunger'.
Grey India's shortlist in the category was for Gillette's 'The Barbershop Girls'.
Leo Burnett's 'Bittu - the 75-year old student' is also in contention.
Publicis Singapore's 'One in a million' for Vicks is also in the running.
Winners will be announced on the third day of the festival, 27 September 2019.
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