I feel like writing about some of my favourite ads. Here they are!
1. The Dressing Room Pepsi Commercial
I love this add because of the kind of humour it had. And of course, SRK. I am a super fan of this guy and I love Sachin. And this ad was just to perfect, featuring both of them in an entirely different manner!
2. Wills Music Video
This ad was one of those which you can listen to n-number of times. I did not find the video very alluring but the music and vocals by Shankar Mahadevan are so passionate and inspiring that this ad automatically became one of my favourites. Accept it, the tune was catchy enough for you to hum it all day long!
3. Pepsi Commercial Featuring Shane Warne and Carl Hooper.
All right, so I like this ad for the simply silliness. And even you would agree that how cute the firangs look when they attempt to speak our national language.
4. Men will be men Ad Series by Imperial Blue
Each and every ad of this series is so witty and hilarious that I have got no reason to hate them. And no, these ads are not sexist. These ads seem like my life story sometimes. I mean I have found myself in the shameless situations so many times. Taking a particular metro because I spotted a cute guy, or forgetting an important day and then making up for it with the most lavish piece of gift that I could find, yes, I have done it all.
5. ICICI Prudential Ad
Though this one is too long for a television commercial, I like the way every man of a girl’s life has been portrayed here. The ache bande of the ads are the real-life fathers, brothers, boyfriends and husbands. I find this ad pretty cute. It is cute on so many levels that I can let go of the overly soothing song, which irritates me sometimes.
I like it more when people from the non-film and television industry do television commercials. I personally feel that those endorsements connect more to the people. I mean the film stars are always acting, so you can’t really tell if their association with any product is real or not. But then, that is my personal stand.
I love television advertisements and that is the moral of the story.