Mother Dairy collaborates with Wavemaker & Radio City

14 Jul,2020

By A Correspondent


The recently launched butterscotch flavoured Haldi Milk by Mother Dairy is being promoted by Wavemaker in collaboration with Radio City via the campaign #RishtonKiImmunity.


Elaborating on the association, Sanjay Sharma, Business Head-Value Added Products, Mother Dairy said: “As a customer centric organisation it has been our constant effort to bring out products that are aligned to the needs of consumers and our latest offering of Haldi Milk reaffirms our commitment. While the product has been an instant hit our campaign #RishtonKiImmunity too has struck the right chord with our target group. The relationship of mother and a child has beautifully encapsulated the caregiving nature of a mother while keeping up the taste preferences of her child. The campaign also helped us on building up the momentum by engaging consumers from all spheres.


Added Mansi Datta, Managing Partner, Wavemaker India: “Mother Dairy stands for its values of trust, care, love and warmth and they are also cognisant of the demands of today’s scenario – saluting their truly innovative product offering, bottled Haldi Milk that aims to improve immunity in such times. We, at Wavemaker, understand their values and conceptualised an interesting initiative around #RishtonKiImmunity, that captures the beautiful bond of mother and child while convincing the importance of super foods. I am sure this campaign will resonate with consumers very strongly”.


Said Kartik Kalla, Chief Creative Officer, Radio City: “We are glad to associate with Mother Dairy for the #RishtonkiImmunity campaign. Radio City has always taken a step forward for the benefit of the city and its citizens. With the current situation due to the pandemic, Immunity boosting is one of the most important factor to protect oneself from covid. We are certain that through this campaign we will able to spread in the vibe of positivity, hope and happiness amongst Delhiites”.



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