Dinshaw’s gets into festive mood with new ad

07 Oct,2019

By A Correspondent


With the onset of the festive season, Dinshaw’s Milk has unveiled its latest ad campaign across outdoor, digital, radio and local cable.


On launching the new campaign, bosses Zervin Rana and Jamashp Bapuna said: “It is a strategically crafted milk campaign. We are sure the campaign communicates the trust and confidence that the brand enjoys. Moreover, it also brings focus to the milk features and qualities that make Dinshaw’s Milk a far better choice for the consumers.”


Added Sanjeev Kotnala, Advisor 0 Brand and Marketing with Dinshaw’s: “We have been watching a trend in social media where people very playfully adds the name of the product and features to a book – film titles and dialogues. Moreover, traditionally in advertising, brands have borrowed imagery from films- like gabbar- Jai Veeru- Devdas- Mughl-e-azam just to name a few.  So, when our agency ‘Tonic Worldwide’ came up with such an idea, we found it interesting and decided to take this somewhat different if not unique disruptive route developed.


So, it is a humorous way in which we have been engaging with the customers. We have integrated the three primary modes of consumption and use of milk. It is a three-phase campaign covering the use of milk for Tea, directly as nourishment and as an ingredient for making various dishes. The first phase of Dinshaw’s Tea with Tea is over and line like ‘Dinshaw’s Doodh dala toh Chai Jingalala’ and ‘Kya aapki chai mai Dinshaw’s doodh hai’ has been appreciated.”


Said Sudish Balan of Tonic Worldwide: “The idea was to stay away from cliched routes that dairy product marketing has taken. As a brand Dinshaws is recognised for its quality products and hence with this campaign we wanted to focus on how we can generate buzz and recall for a category like milk. The quirky campaign, in a way, pays ode to the iconic ads, movie dialogue at the same time makes it buzzworthy and build recall.”



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