Campaign India Team
Sep 17, 2018

People add colour to homes in latest Asian Paints film

Watch the campaign conceptualised by Ogilvy Mumbai here

Asian Paints has launched an all new corporate TVC, #PeopleAddColour.
 
Building on the brand’s existing corporate positioning ‘Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai’ (every home tells a story), the new TVC signifies how people and the joy of redecorating one’s home can create colourful moments and memories to be cherished for years to come.
 
In the minute-long digital film, an elderly couple, who are empty nesters, recreate a sense of home with strangers. It opens to an intriguing scenario of a lady who sees her husband re-doing their son’s room with the help of painters. On questioning her husband about why the room is being re-decorated, he mentions that just as their son has been welcomed into the home of another family abroad, there will other kids living away from their families whom they could provide a home to as a paying guest.
 
Recognising the importance of how people can add colour to one’s life, the mother favourably agrees. The film proceeds to a montage of different youngsters who have had a warm and memorable experience with the couple.
 
The film concludes with a wall adorned with photographs and colourful memories with their paying guests in the couple’s home.
 
This thought is taken further with a set of 20 sec films, print, outdoor, retail promotion, radio spots, digital engagement and on-ground activation.
 
Amit Syngle, COO, Asian Paints said, “With the new corporate TVC #PeopleAddColour, our core objective is to recapture the essence of how people who live under the same roof bring colour to each other’s lives while highlighting the emotional equity a home holds. Building on our positioning and expression we aim to resonate with our consumers by instilling empathy and meaning into decor.” 
 
Sukesh Nayak, chief creative officer, Ogilvy Mumbai, said, “People make homes beautiful. The campaign celebrates this thought and encourages people to make their homes happier. This story will probably resonate with lots of people across India.” 
 
CREDITS
 
Client: Asian Paints
 
Agency: Ogilvy Mumbai
 
Creative: Sukesh Nayak, Kunal Sawant, Vivek Verma, Prasad Kulkarni, Akshay Gawde, Mithun Rajam, Shrinjayi Sengupta
 
Planning: Prem Narayan, Vipasha Bhuptani, Nadia Miranda
 
Account Management: VR Rajesh, Manish Tilwani, Pradeep Rao, Amrita Basu, Ritu Pandya
 
Production House: Corcoise Films
 
Director: Prasoon Pandey 
 
Producer: Cyrus Pagdiwala
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