Virat Kohli & Puma wants Indians to #ComeOutandPlay

26 Jun,2018

By A Correspondent


#ComeOutandPlay is Puma|One8’s first promotional content since its launch event in November 2017. The campaign has been crafted on the basis of insights derived from a pan-India research study by Kantar IMRB, commissioned by the brand’s co-promoters Virat Kohli and Puma India, on physical activity and sports adoption in India.


Speaking on the campaign, Debosmita Majumder, Head of Marketing, Puma India said: “Sports has been replaced by digital entertainment and games, especially amongst the millennial. We have also seen a decline in people playing sports as they grow older. Puma and Virat have come together to encourage people to play sport, not only to stay fit or to pursue it professionally but just for the love of it. Through this campaign, we are looking at bringing back the joy of playing sport and making India a more active nation.”


Said Vishnu Srivastav, Creative Head, DDB Mudra South: “The brief was straightforward – make India play more. The campaign was created to specifically tackle that. We wanted to use Virat in a new light, where he provokes the audience to start looking at sports and play with far greater interest. The reason we didn’t go with conventional media, and opted to do contextual videos was to interrupt the virtual lives our audiences are so caught up in, and tell them that there is a world outside that is exciting and fun.”



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