Campaign India Team
Apr 03, 2020

Vivo India salutes the heroes who wear capes

Watch the film conceptualised by Dentsu Impact here

Vivo India has rolled out a film that celebrates doctors and other health workers who are helping the world take on and fight coronavirus. 
Conceptualised by Dentsu Impact, the film showcases and applauds the efforts and professionals by capturing the routine of the healthcare professionals.  
Nipun Marya, director brand strategy, Vivo India, said, “Doctors and frontline medical staff have shown tremendous courage in combating the global pandemic. With this digital film, we at Vivo India would like to truly thank these real heroes in white, blue and green capes and salute them for fronting this battle so we can stay safe.”
Anupama Ramaswamy, NCD, Dentsu Impact, said, “The idea revolves around a simple truth - when the world is in danger, it looks to its heroes to save it. Heroes may exist in myths, but today, in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, they exist in real life. They are the doctors, nurses and medical staff sacrificing everything and thinking above their safety in order to save lives. This film is an ode to their fighting spirit, and the fact that they are the ones who are giving the rest of us hope.”
Client: Vivo India
Creative agency: Dentsu Impact
President: Amit WadhwaChief creative officer: Soumitra Karnik
Chief films officer: Suprotim Day
NCD: Anupama Ramaswamy
Group CD: Monish GuptaCreative director: Priyanka Dandia
Group head (copy): Uday Dayal
Associate vice president (films): Dawa Lama
SVP: Hindol Purkayastha
General manager: Avinash Chandra
Campaign India

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