Nerolac takes on distempers in ad by Publicis

16 Oct,2017

By A Correspondent


Kansai Nerolac has relaunched its popular interior paint, Nerolac Beauty Emulsion, positioning it as a more discerning choice of paint in the long run.


The TVC, conceptualised and executed by Publicis India makes for a more discerning choice that actually turns out cheaper.


Speaking about the campaign, Anuj Jain, Director – Decorative and Industrial Sales & Marketing, Kansai Nerolac Paints said: “With this campaign, we are addressing a consumer need for better finish and value from the paint. There is a common perception that emulsions are expensive as compared to distemper and this campaign aims to demystify that myth. Our beauty emulsion offers a great finish with longer life and the coverage is much better than distemper, hence, making it a right choice for people looking to paint their homes.”


Adding his views, Bobby Pawar, Managing Director & Chief Creative Officer – South Asia, Publicis India said: “Nerolac Beauty is a popular emulsion. The idea therefore needed to be rooted in the notion of discernment amongst masses. And that’s how the peculiar situation of the parents’ judgement and acumen about the choice of their daughter’s groom came about.”


Said Paritosh Srivastava, Chief Operating Officer, Publicis Ambience: “Our attempt here is to bust the myth that emulsion paints are more expensive than distempers, in a manner that’s humorous and entertaining. It’s almost a sales pitch that’s weaved in an engaging storyline with proven actors. We’re confident that the strategy will lead to disproportionate upgrades from distemper and help deepen the category penetration.”

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