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Cadbury Dairy Milk hits the sweet spot inside a fridge with six new ads

Says we should always have something sweet inside the fridge.
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From Cadbury’s feminist take on a retro ad to Swiggy’s equality focussed cookbook - a round-up of the best of adland from 2021

Missed a good campaign this year? Don’t worry, the team at afaqs! has you covered…
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10-year-old recreates Cadbury's 'Kuch Khaas Hai' ad to raise funds for NGO

Chatpat became an internet sensation for his quirky motivational videos in tapori lingo.
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Fans create over 1 million versions of their Favourite Chocolate through Madbury 2020

Madbury campaign received a whopping 1.1 Mn entries from consumers, on their version of Cadbury Dairy Milk.
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Following Piyush Pandey’s advice, the boy’s dance moves were kept unrehearsed to look spontaneous: Ogilvy’s creative team behind new Cadbury ad

The new Dairy Milk ad is all everyone's been talking about since Friday. We spoke to the creative and production teams that created it.
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Brands come together to appreciate Cadbury Dairy Milk's new 'Kuch Khaas Hai' ad

Dunzo, Sony Sports, Mumbai Indians were among the brands who came together to appreciate Cadbury Dairy Milk's revamped ad.
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Cadbury ads that made it cool for adults to eat chocolate

With its 'Kuch Khaas Hai' series of ads in the '90s, Cadbury repositioned chocolates for adults. Here's a roundup.
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Mondelez India recreates Cadbury Dairy Milk's 'Kuch Khaas Hai' ad with a twist

Remember the ad with the girl dancing on the cricket pitch when her boyfriend hits a six? The new ad swaps their roles.
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Cadbury Dairy Milk once again fires the purple heart arrow against cyberbullies 

The chocolate brand urges people to post a purple heart emoji when they spot cyberbullying.
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Cadbury clarifies on Twitter that its chocolates are 100% vegetarian

When netizens called for a Boycott of Cadbury Dairy Milk, the brand took to Twitter to clarify that its products did not contain beef or gelatin.