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Mudra's Sambit Mohanty to join J Walter Thompson Delhi as NCD

09-November-2016
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Mudra's Sambit Mohanty to join J Walter Thompson Delhi as NCD

Sambit Mohanty Creative Head, DDB Mudra, North and  Member of the Creative Council, DDB Mudra Group is slated to join J Walter Thompson in Delhi as National Creative Director confirm multiple industry sources.  

In his current role as Creative Head, DDB Mudra, North, Mohanty oversees the creative output of the agency’s client roster including Wrigley's, Adidas, Aircel, Patanjali, Marico, Pan Bahar, Mother Dairy, Carrier Midea, McVities, Dabur, etc.

He is also a part of the Creative Council of the DDB Mudra Group.  

Mohanty was also in the news recently for his work on Pan Bahar with Pierce Brosnan, which evoked numerous mixed reactions from all quarters of the industry as well as a fair amount of flak on social media, making it one of the most talked about campaigns of recent times.   

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