Campaign India Team
May 15, 2015

Lay's Maxx rides into India with a Wild West shootout

Watch the ad film conceptualised by J. Walter Thompson here

Lay's has rolled out its Maxx brand in India. Building on its association with for sales in India, the chips brand has been available through retail outlets for the last couple of weeks.
A film conceptualised by J. Walter Thompson went on air earlier this month. 
The film adopts a Wild West theme and features a shootout sequence. As the town clock strikes 12, one of the fighters lifts his jacket and pulls out his gun. The other man, the ‘hero’, isn’t carrying a gun under his jacket; in its place is a packet of Lay's Maxx. This leaves the man with the gun confused. As the hero bites into a chip, the earth shakes and a dust storm strikes, knocking down his opponent. The film ends with a voice over introducing Lay's Maxx, ‘Now in India’.

Client: PepsiCo (Lay's)
Agency: J. Walter Thompson: 
Senior VP and business head: Babita Baruah
Senior VP and national planning director: Mythili Chandrasekar
Executive creative director: Sumati Singh
VP and client services director: Ritu Nakra
Senior creative director: Amitav Misra
Creative team: Priyanka Thakkar, Rahul Sharma
Account management team: Anubha Mathur, Shweta Raina, Sidharth Jaggi
Planning team: Rinku Ray, Noor Samra
Agency producer: Anupama Ahluwalia
Production house: Firecracker Entertainment 
Director: Sunhil Sippy
Campaign India

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