Showing posts with label Amul. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Amul. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Amul - Dedication to Mario Miranda

Here is a dedication to the great cartoonist Mario Miranda who passed away Dec 11, 2011.
A little known fact is that the family surname was Sardessai before his family converted to Christianity. Today his cartoons are immortalized not only by its cult following, but also on the walls of Cafe Mondegar in Colaba.
He was also featured in the evergreen " Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" Video also with other noted artists.

The city that was so poignantly inked by Mario will sorely miss you.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Amul Ad - MTV

Amul's Ads have always been in-sync with the changing trends... This ad portrays the change in Amul Ad campaign wearing the garb of Gen MTv.

Was this the best they could come up with days a-yonder?

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Amul -Ad- Cricket

Amul always has had a soft corner for Cricket...

One of the ads from early years of Amul Ad campaign. Again counting on captivating the market with the reigning cricket fervour :)

Friday, April 6, 2007

Mourning for Founding Father

On the demise of Tribhuvandas Patel... Not only the entire co-operative at Anand but the entire nation mourned.... In this Ad you see Dimples in black garb mourning Patel's death.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

Interview with Kurien

This clipping features Kurien being interviewed by Lal Bahadur Shastri. Interesting piece!

Amul India Story

Must see clip.. one of a kind... well shot!

Trip down the memory lane - Doodh Doodh....

Need I say more? This ad brings back such fond memories of singing along as a kid ......

Amul Ad March Edition - 1

Sachin Animated Series

The unassuming Master Blaster is all set to have his name embossed in Comic Sans. His arena is no longer the 22yards; He is a now an armoured, bat wielding Super Hero; courtesy: Virgin Comics. Brand 'Sachin' would soon flood the market through Video games, toys and apparels. Wonder who the baddies are, that he is going to comBAT?

Read more about it from Sharad Devarjan,CEO of Virgin Comics here