CERA celebrates homes with ‘Kuch Pal Ghar Ke Naam’ campaign

The multimedia campaign, conceptualised by 82.5 Communications, will feature TV commercials, press and outdoor pieces

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: May 21, 2019 2:08 PM
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Home solutions brand CERA has developed a multimedia campaign, featuring TV commercials, press and outdoor pieces that celebrate homes ‘Kuch Pal Ghar Ke Naam’.  

The campaign idea germinated from the fact that most of us want to get away from home for a holiday, which seems ironic considering we put so much love and thought into building our homes.

The campaign, conceptualised by 82.5 Communications, formerly known as Soho Square, an Ogilvy group company, features characters from different walks of life. 

The first phase of the campaign will be launched with a film where we can see a family getting ready to have a picnic at home. Titled 'Tent', the film beautifully showcases CERA's range of tiles, faucets and sanitaryware.

Speaking about the campaign, Anuraag Khandelwal, Executive Creative Director and Creative Head (Mumbai), 82.5 Communications, said, "In the home solutions category, one mostly sees cold product-centric commercials, with or without a celebrity. We wanted to move away from that zone and explore an emotional space that evokes conversations around varied connections we form with our homes. We hope it strikes a chord with home-owners, and is enjoyed by all."
 
Atul Sanghvi, Executive Director, CERA, said, "The objective of this campaign was to break away from the clutter of product+celebrity ads and connect emotionally with our customers, bringing their beloved home and its inmates to the forefront.  Also, since Cera offers almost all product categories—sanitaryware, faucets, tiles, wellness, kitchen sinks, water heaters, mirrors—that go into making one’s once-in-a-life time home, it is appropriate to bring the home as centre of one’s life. This campaign delivers on the objective that CERA offers tiles, faucets and Sanitaryware, beautifully."
 
Sumanto Chattopadhyay, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, 82.5 Communications added, "This campaign is about moving away from the norm. So, we decided on not using a celebrity and showing aspirational products in an everyday light."
 
Directed by Kopal Naithani, the first TVC of the campaign releases this week, which will be followed by two more over the next fortnight. 

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