Radhika Joshi
Aug 24, 2012

Video: Campaign India 'Love That Ad'

We asked consumers which ad they liked best from the five presented on Campaign India from 13 August to 17 August.

In this new video segment, Campaign India captures the consumer pulse on commercials released recently.

Those featured here were shown the ads, and asked to name their favourite and why.

None of them are employed with advertising or media agencies or the brands whose ads were featured.

In case you've missed watching these ads, have a look below.





Client: RIM
Advertising agency: BBDO India
Chief creative officer: Josy Paul
Creative director-special projects: Varun Mehta
Copywriter: Varun Mehta, Josy Paul
Art: Ravi Shankar
CEO: Ajai Jhala
Account management: Shefali Kothari, Jaya Narang
Planning: Rajat Mendhi, Ajai Jhala
Agency producer: Divyang Pandya
Production house: Asylum Films
Director: Razy (Razneesh Ghai)
Producer: Anju
Edit: Famous Studios, Santa Cruz
Music: Dhruv Ghanekar





Client: Greenlam
Creative agency: McCann Erickson
Creative director: Prasoon Joshi, Ashish Chakravarty, Kapil Batra
Production house: Equinox Films
Director: Ram Madhvani



Client: Tanishq (Titan)
Agency: Lowe Lintas
Creative: Arun Iyer, Rajesh Ramaswamy, Ujjwal Kabra, Indrasish Mukherjee, Adarsh Atal, Emmanuel Jeffery
Business: Sudhir Rajasekharan, Pritish Wesley, A P Asha, Aditi Prabhakar
Director: Habib Faisal
Production: Lintas Production
Media agency: Maxus


Campaign India

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