Emami’s He partners with Tiger Shroff

26 Nov,2019

By A Correspondent


He Deodorants has launched its latest campaign featuring Bollywood star Tiger Shroff. Conceptualised by FCB Ulka, Mumbai, the two-film series draws inspiration from Bollywood.


Speaking on the occasion, Harsh Vardhan Agarwal, Director, Emami Ltd. said: “There is an emerging set of consumers who are now using a different fragrance for a different occasion. We were the first to bring a disruption into the market, launching two fragrances in 1 pack with our He Magic Duo to tap into the opportunity. We are now pushing the envelope with the concept of fragrance mixing on this product. He Magic Duo’s, two perfumes have been designed such that when mixed, they complement and create a third fragrance. The FCB team has created a film with the right blend of fun where the story draws on Bollywood analogy and seamlessly showcases the product proposition. The ad with Tiger Shroff in a never before seen avatar is sure to garner attention and excitement.”


Added Kulvinder Ahluwalia, President, FCB Ulka, Mumbai: “Partnering with a brand to build clutter-breaking campaigns is the best kind of challenge. The brief for this campaign was a challenging one with He Magic Duo now having a never heard of before – three fragrances in one pack. The films draw inspiration from Bollywood and are high on humourous entertainment to drive home this extremely unique, and category-first benefit. This campaign is sure to resonate with the film-lovers across the country, especially the youth.”


Sharing details on the storytelling, Keigan Pinto, National Creative Director, FCB Ulka said: “He Magic Duo is a product that is different from conventional deodorants. It has 2 distinct fragrances – and when you mix the two, you get a third distinct fragrance. Creatively speaking, showing three fragrances was a challenge. Till we came upon a classic Bollywood dialogue that is folklore now – “Maa, hum ek se do ho gaye.” We used it as a creative hook. The beauty of it is, it led naturally to a Bollywood style OTT execution. And then, we got on board a Bollywood youth icon, Tiger Shroff, to deliver the final punch. In short, the idea dictated the execution and the use of a celebrity rather than the other way around. We worked closely with Shujaat Saudagar, the director, to craft two TVCs in iconic ‘filmy’ settings, that depict the same message, but in a very distinct manner from each other.”



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