Favourite Advertising campaigns from India with powerful emotional connect

These are three of my most favourite Ads from India in 2019 that have a powerful emotional connect


  1. Vicks – One In A Million #TouchOfCare

Ad from Vicks India: This film narrates the story of a young girl called Nisha, who suffers from one of the world’s rarest skin conditions called Ichthyosis. Nisha was abandoned when she was two weeks old. She was adopted by Aloma and David Lobo. 

This is one of the most powerful awareness ads that showcases true connect and compassion that I have seen in a long time.

Kudos to the entire team for this amazing work.

2. P&G Shiksha presents the story of Bittu | #DontLetDreamsWait

Inspired by a true story – The heart-warming story of Bittu reflects the dreams of many children across the country who wish to attend school and receive a quality education. This story is a simple yet heart-warming instance of the dreams being fulfilled by P&G Shiksha through its interventions. 

3. Mother’s Day Special with Shoppers Stop! in connect with the NGO Goonj

This ad showcases a powerful message of a daughters impact and inspiration from her mother and in the process, as a grown up adult, how she decides to do something amazing on Mothers day. This is a tie-up between Shoppers Stop to contribute her sarees to Goonj, and surprise her with FREE makeovers at our counters instore on Mother’s Day.



Have you seen an ad lately and felt it was truly spectacular? Do share the link with me here in the comments below.

Be Well

Ananth V

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