Campaign India Team
Jun 18, 2020

Manforce Condoms releases Father's Day film with a twist

Watch the film conceptualised by Grapes Digital

Manforce Condoms has released a film ahead of Father's Day which will be celebrated on 21 June.
Conceptualised by Grapes Digital, the film makes a quirky reference to the lockdown and states that the pleasure should be with protection to avoid a fatherhood situation.
Joy Chatterjee, DGM, Mankind Pharma, said, “We always drive awareness towards safe intimate relations. Through this campaign we want to promote #BetterEndings of the intimate moments between the couples. This campaign is an initiative to reach out to the masses to apprise them that we all should have fun and make the most of this time of being together, but let’s be cautious and take necessary preventive measures.” 
Shradha Agarwal, co-founder and COO, Grapes Digital, said, “Keeping in mind the current pandemic situation: ‘quarantine babies’ and with population increasing day by day, Father’s day is the best occasion to warn men against the fatherhood situation that they will land in if they do not use protection. We recommend using Manforce condoms because trust us it’s great to have a kid, but it’s also a responsibility, if you are not ready. So, who doesn't like the ending, we have a better one and for all those who do, Manforce Condoms wishes them Happy Father's Day!”
Campaign India

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