Indian agencies have 87 shortlists at the One Show Awards 2020. FCB India leads the way with 38 entries.
Twenty five of these shortlists come for Mumbai Police's 'The Punishing Signal'. Eleven of the shortlists are for The Times of India's 'Out and Proud classified' and two are for The Millennium School's 'The Open Door Project'.
Dentsu Webchutney has seven shortlists. Three of these are for Swiggy's 'Voice of Hunger', two each for Flipkart's 'Hagglebot' and Trigger Happy Entertainment's 'Code name:Uri'.
Ogilvy has seven shortlists too. Three of these are for Pernod Ricard's 'The Legacy Project'. The agency also a shortlist each for 'Don't wash. Don't clean. Save the Evidence' (Gordon Thomas Honeywell - Governmental Affairs), 'I Will Wear Out Plastic' (United Nations Environment Programme), 'Unity Bar' (Mondelez India Foods).
Wunderman Thompson has six shortlists. These comprise of three for Turtle's 'The Lynching', two for Mumbai Mirror's 'Mumbai Mirrored' and one for HUL's 'The Soap with a lump'.
DDB Mudra Group, Famous Innovations and Leo Burnett have five shortlists each.
Three of DDB Mudra's shortlists are for 'Hashtags don't heal' for Khalsa Aid and two are for J&J's 'project free period'.
Famous Innovations has two shortlists each for Doms Stationery's 'The Master Stroke' and Tadoba Wildlife Sanctuary and Irai Safari's 'Avoid Humans'. The other shortlist is for Mumbai Press Club's 'Behind the photograph'.
Leo Burnett's five shortlist tally consists of two for HDFC Bank Parivartan's #StopMithani, two for Spotify India (There's a playlist for that and Beat Billion) and one for Jeep 'Democracy'.
Cheil India and Taproot Dentsu have four each. All of Cheil's shortlists are for Samsung's 'Now, words aren't just heard, but felt'.
Taproot Dentsu has two shortlist each for Free Press Journal's 'Free Initiative' and HarperCollins India's 'Parcel'.
TBWA has two for NeuroGen Brain and Spine Institute's 'One Mindful Mind'. BBDO and Carnesi also have a shortlist each for Ariel's 'Sons #ShareTheLoad' and 'The Period Girl' respectively.
This full shortlist includes work that made it through the first round of judging in The One Show’s quarterly entry system and was announced in January, as well as the much higher number of later entries judged since the final-entry deadline in February.
The One Show finalists list -- work judges have decided will win either Gold, Silver, Bronze Pencils or Merits -- will be announced in late May.
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