Campaign India Team
Aug 03, 2012

Which movie released in India in 2012 (so far) has been marketed most aggressively?

A chance to win Sennheiser HD 203 headphones

Which movie released in India in 2012 (so far) has been marketed most aggressively?

Campaign India is giving lucky reader(s) a chance to win Sennheiser HD 203 headphones worth Rs 2,500. To win the headphones, answer the question below.

Which movie released in India between January 2012 and now has been marketed most aggressively? 
1. Cocktail
2: The Dark Knight Rises
3: The Amazing Spider-Man
4: Ice Age 4
5: Rowdy Rathore
6: Gangs of Wasseypur
7: Housefull 2
8: Agent Vinod
9: Agneepath
10: The Avengers
11: Other (name the film)
 
And tell us why you think so, if you have a point of view, in less than 50 words.
 
E-mail your responses to [email protected] with full name and mobile number, before 6 pm, on Tuesday, 7 August 2012. Winner(s) will be intimated via an e-mail or call.
 
*Terms and Conditions: Choice of winner(s) will be decided solely by Campaign India. No queries in this regard will be entertained. Gift of an equal or higher value may be provided if the need arises, at the discretion of Campaign India.
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