Tata Sampann tells why being imperfect is good via #ChangeTheRecipe

12 May,2017

By A Correspondent


It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday and Tata Sampann, with #ChangeTheRecipe, celebrates mothers and urges them to unapologetically embrace their imperfections.


Conceptualised by Leo Burnett India, the film is a depiction of the daily lives of modern moms and the pressures they face by society. Throwing light on their newest campaign, Sagar Boke,Head, Marketing – Consumer Products Business, Tata Chemicals said: “The Indian society has always had preconceived notions about the ‘perfect’ mother. To shatter these pre-existing notions, we launched our digital campaign, #ChangeTheRecipe, built around our insight that the definition of the ‘perfect mom’ has now evolved and come a long way. The reason for running the #ChangeTheRecipe campaign only in the digital sphere was to maximize reach and more importantly change perceptions within the current generation, predominantly present on social media.”


Speaking about the core idea and execution, Rajdeepak Das, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett South Asia added, “With this new digital campaign, we wanted to tell all mothers that it was absolutely alright to be imperfect. Tata Sampann has definitely ‘changed the recipe’ for moms, underlining how imperfection is the new perfection. Women have a newfound fondness for experiments in the kitchen, and even embrace their happy culinary accidents. Very few brands in this category have been bold enough to execute a quirky idea like this one, and it is telling of how forward-thinking Tata Sampann is as a brand.”



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