Results for 'Salman Khan'

Advertising

As ‘Bhai’ takes a ‘ghoont’ of chilled Pepsi in heavy snowfall

The new Pepsi ad featuring Bollywood star Salman Khan in a peak winter setting counters seasonality of the segment.
Advertising

Pepsi launches limited-edition friendship pack in a campaign featuring Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani

Buy a 600 ml Pepsi for Rs 30, instead of Rs 35. It’s the second time in the last two months that the cola giant has released a limited-edition pack.
Advertising

Emami Fair And Handsome pitches ‘radiance’ instead of fairness, ropes in Salman Khan

The brand has deserted its ‘fairness’ proposition and stresses on being “andar se fair” with “bhai ki cream”.
Advertising

“… Share with Swag”: Pepsi and Salman Khan celebrate the joy of watching cricket together

The cola giant had introduced a 1.25-litre pack at Rs 50 during the Dream11 IPL meaning there’s enough Pepsi for everybody.
Social Media

OTT platform Eros Now pulls down naughty Navratri posts after backlash

The brand apologises after religious-minded netizens bashed its Navratri themed social media posts.
Media

"If IPL has Mumbai Indians, 'Bigg Boss' has Salman magic": Nina Elavia Jaipuria, Viacom18

The head, Hindi mass entertainment and kids TV network, Viacom18, talks about Salman Khan, IPL, among other things.
Interviews

Will 'Bigg Boss' make money for Colors this year?

Mahesh Shetty, head, network sales, Viacom18, says he is approaching the show with "positivity"
Guest Article

When Underdogs Exit - A Pepsi story

From being seen alongside Michael Jackson back in the day, to today's face Salman Khan, Pepsi's history of siding with the underdog has seen a shift.
Advertising

After cric-freak granny, Pepsi does it again with Sonu Sood

The Cola brand has yet again extended moment marketing to celebrity endorsement, with no possible long-term association. Does it work well?
Advertising

Sonu Sood joins Pepsi's Instagram campaign, encourages ‘Salaam And Namaste’ greetings

With this Sonu Sood joins Dabangg co-star and Pepsi brand ambassador Salman Khan who kicked off the digital-forward campaign last week.