Campaign India Team
Apr 07, 2014

Hero HF Deluxe aligns with ‘new India’, urges votes for the deserving

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Hero Motocorp has launched a campaign for its bike HF Deluxe, with a message for the Indian electorate.

The film features two men riding on a bike. Before they set off, the rider asks his friend who he will vote for. He responds that he will vote for Ramesh, reasoning: ‘Hamare taraf ke hain’ (He is from our side / He is one of us). Enroute, they witness a cricket match on a giant screen. When asked to stop, the rider tells his friend that he will when someone from ‘our side’ is playing. The scenario repeats itself when they ride past a film star. As they see a talent show hoarding, the rider says Neha will win, because she is from their side. When the puzzled man reasons that there needs to be emphasis on talent, the rider makes his point: the elections are India’s biggest talent show, and one should vote for the deserving.    

Amit Shankar, ECD, JWT Delhi, said, “The brief from the client was clear - Hero wanted to bring out a message during the election season through their HF Deluxe bike which has 'Naya Indian' as its baseline. We wanted to target the youth of the country who are getting more aware and would be actively voting this year. The TVC gives out the message that one should not vote on the basis of caste, colour or creed and look at the bigger picture, that is how the country can progress. We have communicated that big message in a lighter yet emphatic manner.”


Client: Hero Motocorp
Creative agency: JWT India
National creative director: Swati Bhattacharya
Executive creative director: Amit Shankar
Senior creative director : MS Sindhu
Creative directors: Nishit Shankar, Saurabh Dawar
Executive business director: Joy Chauhan
Vice president: Rohit Sharma
Account director: Shourabh Verma
Executive planning director: Mythili Chandrasekhar
Production house: Fourth Apple
Director (film): Bappaditya Roy

Campaign India

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