Campaign India Team
Aug 16, 2017

Wild Stone's magic works again for Kunal; this time his friend's mother is smitten

Watch the ad film conceptualised by Soho Square here

Wild Stone has released a follow-up film to the one it released in February 2017
 
Conceptualised by Soho Square, this film opens in a theatre. The girl from the last film notices Kunal, and goes and greets him. As Kunal reaches out to give her a hug, she stops him and tells him that her mother is extremely strict before introducing her to him. The lady says a disinterested hi. The fragrance of Wild Stone then takes over as the lady urges the man to address her as Meenakshi instead of aunty. The film ends with Kunal's boss giving him an angry stare, as the former greets him with a hello. The film ends with the message 'log toh notice karenge'. 
 
The film was published on 3 August on social media and is currently on-air.
 
 
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Campaign India

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