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Coca-Cola India has unveiled the latest in its series of communication for brand Coca-Cola that builds on the global ‘Open happiness’ platform. The latest communication features Aamir Khan in an animated avatar racing on his motorbike in the virtual world of videogames.
After leveraging the ‘cricket’ platform in its first “Open Happiness” communication initiative featuring Gautam Gambhir just before the onset of summer, Coca-Cola has unveiled the second wave of communication, this time featuring Aamir Khan. The campaign has been designed around the theme of the passion of movies amongst consumers.
Coca Cola has unveiled its global campaign for 2009, ‘Open Happiness’ in India. The communication invites people to pause, enjoy a bottle of Coca-Cola, while taking in life's simple pleasures. ‘Coca-Cola Open Happiness’ is designed to serve as the platform for all integrated marketing initiatives for brand Coca-Cola globally. The first in the series leverages the passion of cricket amongst the Indian youth by featuring cricketer Gautam Gambhir.
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