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Coke to launch new commercial with Sunny, Sehwag today

01-May-2002
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Coke to launch new commercial with Sunny, Sehwag today

Coca-Cola India is launching the TV Commercial (TVC) featuring cricket legend, Sunil Gavaskar (Sunny), and Virender Sehwag. The 40-second TVC will be aired on today across all TV channels.

According to company, the film opens with Sehwag practicing on the nets. And, in the midst of his session, Gavaskar applauds him. An ultimate compliment to any batsman. However, while the action is unfolding, Sehwag notices Gavaskar picking up the last bottle of chilled Coke from the icebox. This starts the ‘competition’ between the two to get the bottle. The stars give in to the moment and act like themselves. As the ‘match’ progresses, Sunny proves that he is still the Little Master through his trademark straight drives and outwits Sehwag to get the Coke. And, in the end he relents and tosses the bottle to Sehwag.

Source: Financial Express

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