Results for 'Ritu Sharda'


KFC puts a timer on in-store takeaways in new ad starring PT Usha

The campaign promises that the orders will be ready for pickup in seven minutes, or else the customers will be offered a piece of Hot and Crispy chicken free.

Anil Kapoor gapes at KFC’s Value Burger range whilst taking a dig at rival McDonald’s

The actor mocks the ‘Bun Tikki’ that is presumably the popular ‘McAloo Tikki’ burger.

Dabur Red toothpaste ad uses cultural diversity to break category codes

There’s no dentist recommending the brand, instead, the Dabur Red Paste ad thanks its 35 crore consumers for making it ‘Desh ka Lal’.

To make KFC more regular than just an indulgence

The fast food major's new ad urges you to order it whenever you're tired of the same home food.

Dabur Red Paste brings back Chaubeyji to win big in the immunity space

The brand is associating itself with the new 'hot' space as strong teeth will help you bite immunity-building foods such as haldi, ginger, and amla.

Philips' ode to the language of hair

The brand illustrates how words can fall short, but not hair, when it comes to expressing your thoughts. But, the ad reminds us of Parachute Advansed's ad from March.

As flights reopen, will flyers pay attention to airport OOH and DOOH ads?

The ban on domestic flights has been lifted, but the way we fly has changed drastically. How will flyers perceive airport ads now?
Guest Article

Soon, we’ll be out of this and posted in a new world

Ritu Sharda, the daughter of an Air Force officer, writes about the lessons from her childhood - and how they're helping her cope with these trying times

"We used two iPhones; one to shoot and the second to record the audio": Gajraj Rao

The ad director-turned-actor ('Badhai Ho', 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan') talks about how he and his son shot an entire ad from their home in two days.

"Apni Jadoon se rishta banao", says Dabur Amla in a new ad campaign

The hair oil brand narrates the bond a mother and daughter share and how we can strengthen it with loved ones during the lockdown.