Grey India won a Silver Lion award and Wunderman Thompson Mumbai, J. Walter Thompson India bring home 2 Bronze Lion awards on Day 2.
Indian agencies brought home three awards in total on Day 2 of the Cannes Lions awards - 1 Silver Lion, and 2 Bronze Lions. The Entertainment Lions for Music category saw Grey India winning a Silver Lion for their work on The Barbershop Girls: Shaving Stereotypes. The ad film was produced by Townhouse Productions, Mumbai.
Sandipan Bhattacharyya, Chief Creative Officer, GREY group India said, "This win is significant because the Entertainment category is truly a new frontier of advertising and moves beyond the traditional definition in every sense. We've always believed in making our brands a part of popular culture and to be recognized for that is immensely satisfying."
The Industry Craft Lions category saw Wunderman Thompson Mumbai, J. Walter Thompson India and J. Walter Thompson Amsterdam win one Bronze Lion award. Their entry titled 'Blink Test' for the Jimmy Nelson Foundation was produced by Small Fry Productions. Wunderman Thompson, JWT India and JWT Amsterdam had another entry for the Jimmy Nelson Foundation titled 'Blink Off' was also produced by Small Fry Productions, Mumbai.
In the Film Craft Lion category, Offroad Films, Mumbai and Publicis Singapore won a Bronze Lion for their work on Vicks - One in a million #TouchOfCare.