This is an awesome ad, but the Information & Broadcasting ministry – in all its infinite wisdom – banned its broadcast under the pretext of vulgarity. The Lux International advertisement that we saw yesterday is more vulgar. But then again, who are we – the public – to decide what’s vulgar and what’s not?
On the other hand, I think Amul’s diluting it’s brand value. What’s the connection between dairy products and underwear? There certainly is a naughty connection, but not one that I believe Amul wants to project. Brand extension or brand dilution – what’s your opinion?
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hahaha lol…..too good man…..i jus cant help to think of the fact tat we INDIANS r the biggest hypocrites on the planet…. WTF these guys r upto huh? banning n with it killing creativity as well. Seriously u shd admire the creativity tats been unleashed here….n i need not say anything abt the “BABE/angel/chick”… awwwh wat skills shes got n wat killer looks….in addition, she has excellent scrubbing/shaking skills as well [:d] .. awwh wat a package…oh btw…i forgot to read ur article…sorry mate jus cud not take ma eyes of the video [:d].. i guess now ur seeing the downside of posting such videos hahaha lol
rock on mate!
on a more serious note…. the Information & Broadcasting ministry is all but a living body without a soul… comprised of a lame bunch of worthless losers,brooders n ofc self abusers! … unfortunately we as common man jus cant do anything about it…sucha sorry state of affairs….!!
ur lame advertising stuffs r awwesome
kep em coming
> I think Amulâ€™s diluting itâ€™s brand value. Whatâ€™s the connection between dairy > products and underwear? There certainly is a naughty connection, but not
> one that I believe Amul wants to project.
This is a AMUL MACHO underwear ad – has nothing to do with Amul dairy