Lockdown pushing OTT platforms to advertise on TV?

According to a TAM AdEx report on advertising of OTT platforms on television, the ad volumes of the platforms grew 98 per cent in Jan-May 20 as compared to Jan-May 2019

e4m by Sonam Saini
Published: Jun 1, 2020 8:54 AM  | 7 min read
OTT

The two-month-long lockdown caused by COVID-19 brought the country to a standstill.The pandemic badly hit advertising mediums such as OOH, theatres and print. But the absence of these mediums during the period has surely turned out to be beneficial for television. Advertisers, especially OTT platforms that use these mediums more for marketing and advertising, have now moved to TV.
According to a TAM adex report on advertising of OTT platforms on television, the ad volumes of these platforms grew 98 per cent in Jan-May 20 as compared to Jan-May 2019. Also, the number of OTT platforms has increased from 24 to 41 for the same period. 
Experts believe besides the absence of most advertising mediums, other factors that led these platforms to advertise on television more were the increased time spent on digital and the absence of original content on television.  

“Given the lockdown, the time spent on digital has increased. Smartphone usage is up by 10 per cent over pre-COVID time. Time spent on movies via smartphone grew by 48 per cent and originals by 69 per cent . Additionally, the original content has been switched off, fueling movement towards OTT behind paywall. Hence, the increased advertising of OTT. Given that this is the time they can bring in new users, they have begun advertising,” shared Rachana Monteiro, General Manager, MediaCom. 
As per the report on monthly trends based on ad insertions of OTT platforms, in the year 2020, April witnessed the highest advertising of OTT platforms. The ad insertions of OTT platforms surged by 3.2 times in May 20 as compared to May 19. Also, the average ads per day for OTT platforms grew by 2.14 times during the same period. 
“Covid and the subsequent lockdown created a lot of shifts in the content consumption habits across demographics. Lack of original content and live sports on one hand and more time to spend on the other led to a lot of experimentation and sampling of new content destinations. And this is where OTTs, both AVOD & SVOD, benefitted,” said Kishan Kumar Shyamalan, Vice President, Wavemaker India. 


He further added, “The surge in spends is the reflection of benefit in action. OTTs did both platform advertising and title advertising and the combination led to this incremental spend. There was a need to stay on top of mind and hence platform advertising. There were also some great titles that hit the screens, hence the need for title advertising.  I see this continuing for a while as OTTs are still not becoming habitual viewing for a vast majority. It is still led by titles; loyalty hasn't kicked in yet. OTT libraries still have to be exposed to large numbers of viewers. Moreover, the battle has now moved to regional where national & regional players will lock horns. Finally, a lot of broadcast and film houses have OTT interests and hence this will continue. Hence, I feel OTT ads will keep hitting TV screens for a while. And both for professionals and  viewers, it is not a bad place to be in.”
Another interestng development was that the count of OTT platforms increased by 50 per cent in May 20 as compared Jan 20. The number of platforms grew from 22 in Jan to 33 in May. As per the report, a total of 25 new OTT players advertised on TV during Jan-May 20 as compared to Jan -May 19. Meanwhile, new OTT player Disney + HotStar had 24 pr cent ad volume share among all in Jan-May 20. 


Even though this indicates that the rise of ad volumes of OTT platforms on television is exponentially high, a similar increase in the revenues or ad rates is not refleced.
“The ad revenue needs to grow a lot more. With live sports being washed away, OTT players will see an additional gap in revenues too. However, the market is such that if they don’t give the right pricing at the moment, they will lose out to the other OTT competition. With neck-to-neck competition and infinite inventory, it is a huge task for the OTT players to increase the ad revenues,” explained Sujata Dwibedy, Group Trading Director, Amplifi India.
Sharing similar thoughts, Monterio said, “No, it will not lead to any increase. As the large categories of FMCG are down by 60 per cent, no increase of OTT advertising can lead to an increase of rates. Also, the larger OTT platforms are using their parent companies' TV channels to advertise. Hence, it's internal adjustments more than real investment in TV advertising.” 
According to the report, the top five OTT platforms that advertised on television in Jan- May 20 includes Disney+Hotstar with the highest number of ad volume shares of 24 per cent. The platform was launched in March this year. Amazon Prime Video is the second platform that advertises on television and accounts for 15 per cent share, followed by Zee5 on third number with 14 per cent share, Voot App with 12 per cent share and Hotstar with 8 per cent share. The top five OTT platforms during Jan-May 20 together had 74 per cent share of Ad volumes.
Meanwhile, though Amazon Prime Video maintained its rank in Jan-May 20 and Jan -May 19, the ad volume decreased by 16 per cent  in 2020. On the other hand, VOOT app has slid in its rank but increased its volume share by 50 per cent. 
While speaking about the spike and about VOOT Select- a subscription service which was launched in March 2020, Ferzad Palia, Head – Voot Select, Youth, Music and English Entertainment, Viacom18, said in the current scenario, for the last two months since the lockdown, we have been concentrated on two mediums: TV and digital. “Because of the redundancy of the mediums like outdoors, print in the current scenario and radio which is sort of redundant to an extent, the two mediums which are clearly available to reach out to the audiences are digital and TV.  Hence, a lot of our spends got diverted to the mix, heavily skewed towards TV and digital," said Palia.  
He also mentioned that the media mix at VOOT Select varies from campaign to campaign and usually the platform opt for four-five mediums. He said, “The OTT consumption has significantly gone up and premium OTT services, especially those that have original content, are the beneficiaries.”
A look at the top five OTT platforms that advertised on TV in Jan-May 2019 shows the presence of MX Player and Netflix . However, they were not there in the top five for the same period this year. 
Talking about it, Abhishek Joshi, Head of Marketing & Business Partnerships, MX Player, shared that Feb 2019 was the launch period for MX Player and  hence the spends were higher. “Last year we did a grand launch and obviously the marketing spends were much higher for a new product,” he said.
He further said that MX Player, since the pre-COVID days, follows a 360-degree marketing approach; from outdoor, radio, traditional TV, associations with influencers to digital. "It also depends on the story, the narrative of what the series is about? Based upon that, we decide the strategy. There is no fixed media mix that we follow," he shared.
"The advertising of OTT platforms on television has increased because with work from home and school and colleges shut down, the consumption of OTT has gone up. People are spending more time on TV and mobile.  It has also obviously become the preferred choice of advertising to reach  consumers.  At MX Player, we have launched around 12 shows from March first week till now,” he added.


Though it is the redundancy of other mediums that has led OTT platforms to advertise on TV, it is believed that even after the lockdown is lifted and people start going out and original content comes back on TV, the advertising might remain the same.  
“The growth will stabilise at some point and the pace of increase post the lockdown would slow down. The growth will continue also on the back of newer players and fresh & regional content. Sustainability would matter. Audiences are consuming a lot more content. Subscriptions are driving quite a lot of the revenue but advertising revenue has not grown in the same trajectory. Also, though the leading OTT players are able to demand the subscription price, new players are yet struggling for revenues,” concluded Diwbedy.  

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Britannia’s ad for Pure Magic Chocolush explores the bliss of living in the moment

The quirky ad has been conceptualised by The Womb

By exchange4media Staff | Feb 4, 2023 8:42 AM   |   3 min read

Pure Magic Chocolush

Britannia’s choco-filled cookie brand Pure Magic Chocolush has launched its latest campaign ‘Live This Moment’. The new campaign showcases Pure Magic Chocolush in its all-new avatar wherein we see an enlightened man teaching his followers to experience the gooey choco filling and the crunch of Pure Magic Chocolush. The TVC brings alive the true characteristics of the cookie- loaded with 38% choco inside. Pure Magic Chocolush has been introduced with new-age premium packaging by Britannia.

Talking on the launch, Amit Doshi, Chief Marketing Officer, Britannia Industries Limited said, “On Pure Magic, we sought to express the key product attribute of the abundant gooey choco centre wrapped in a crunchy cookie. We came to realise that people don’t consume Pure Magic, but Pure Magic consumes people. And that led us to our idea of forgetting the past and not worrying about the future but rather ’live this moment’. With a brand-new product experience and a powerful brand idea that builds desire for Pure Magic, while distinctly distinguishing itself from the competition, we hope it touches the right taste buds of the choco-loving consumers.”

Amit added, “The premium indulgence category of biscuits is growing faster than the overall biscuits category. Given these changing consumer preferences and market dynamics, we wanted a strategic firm like The Womb to be associated with us. They have the right balance of strategic and creative capabilities to create compelling communication for growth.”

Kawal Shoor, Co-Founder, The Womb said, “It's a privilege to work with a legacy company like Britannia and on brands like Bourbon, Pure Magic, and Treat with Amit and the entire team. The premium indulgence category of biscuits is one of the most closely contested categories. The new competition has emerged; however, Britannia was and will remain the OG."

On Pure Magic, we looked at expressing a core product truth of abundant gooey chocolate center, encased in a crunchy cookie through a cultural insight. Through our research we realized that people don’t consume Pure Magic, but in turn, Pure Magic consumes people. It is so indulgent and gooey that you cannot do anything else but focus on it and relish it. And when you so focus on something, you live in the present. The future and the past dissipate from consciousness. This helped us arrive at our big idea of a cookie so involving that it takes your mind off everything else and makes you ‘live this moment’.”

Suyash Khabya, Creative Head The Womb said, “The brief allowed us, the creatives, to be indulgent, just like the product. So we cracked the idea of an enlightened man professing the product truth, but in his own quirky way. He will now be dispelling the message of ‘Live This Moment’ and through him, Pure Magic will have a point of view on various topics...no gyan but a funny take. Apart from the TVC, there's a whole lot of digital videos, topical stuff and a solid 360 campaign overall. On this, the client team at Britannia is letting us have a cookie of a time!”

The 360-degree campaign will be led by television and digital platforms, including YouTube and social, as well as print.

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Khachak khuchak chod do, says Tide’s latest film

The film features comedian Kiku Sharda

By exchange4media Staff | Feb 4, 2023 8:57 AM   |   2 min read

Tide

Detergent brand Tide has unveiled a ‘laundry music video’ khachak khuchak chod do’ video featuring comedian Kiku Sharda. 

"The word ‘Khachak Khuchak' is the sound of arduous scrubbing that consumers have to do when washing clothes by hand. Indian families spend up to 300 hours^ every year hand-washing clothes. With Tide detergent, consumers can save up to 40% of the time spent doing laundry. Tide removes tough stains like gravy, oil and mud easily without any scrubbing and is asking consumers to say goodbye to khachak khuchak in this new video,” the brand said.

The video has Kiku Sharda grooving to the lyrics and a hook step that says goodbye to scrubbing to remove tough stains like oil, gravy, and dirt from clothes and welcomes ‘khachak khuchak’-free new year with the Tide range of detergents. Through this cult-music video, Tide continues to connect with consumers across India by innovating new trends. The video has been launched across Tide’s social media channels including YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook.

Sharat Verma, Chief Marketing Officer, P&G India and Vice President and Fabric Care Head for P&G Indian subcontinent said, “Tide is known for its quirky and fun advertising which is in sync with pop culture. Our messaging is focused on Tide’s core benefit of whiteness and stain removal while adding a bit of humour to the, sometimes, mundane chore of laundry. Taking this further, Tide has launched the music video ‘Khachak Khuchak’ which uses the sound of scrubbing to bring to life Tide Double Power’s benefit of outstanding stain removal and whiteness without scrubbing.”

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

EatFit vs Kellogg’s: ASCI approached over ad 'plagiarism'

EatFit claims that Kellogg's lifted its “Kuchh Kar Dikhane Ki Bhook” campaign launched for the ICC world cup last November and used the same tagline in the latter’s campaign

By Kanchan Srivastava | Feb 3, 2023 1:40 PM   |   2 min read

Kelloggs Eatfit

EatFit, a homegrown health food platform, on Thursday, approached the Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI) alleging that global cereal brand Kellogg’s has lifted its advertisement “Kuchh Kar Dikhane Ki Bhook” launched for the ICC world cup last November and used the same tagline in the latter’s campaign. 

ASCI CEO and Secretary General Manisha Kapoor confirmed the development and said that the self-regulatory body will initiate a probe as per its process. “We received the complaint yesterday. It will be duly investigated as per our process,” Kapoor told e4m. 

Kellogg’s and Ogilvy's responses to EatFit’s allegations are awaited. The copy will be updated when the global brand and the agency respond. 

EatFit claims that it launched the campaign with the same name during the ICC Men’s international T20 World Cup 2022. This campaign was also aired on ‘Shark Tank’ India, where EatFit was a sponsor of both the show and the cricket tournament.

EatFit TVC, Nov 2022

Kellogg’s TVC against which EatFit has moved ASCI 

Without naming the global brand, Ankit Nagori, Founder, Curefoods, says, “Plagiarism in advertising is not acceptable. It is unethical and takes away the value of art, hard work, and creativity of the brand in creating the original idea. Our campaign 'Kuch Kar Dikhane ki Bhook' was conceptualized by an individual artist. We're extremely disappointed to see a global brand reuse the exact same concept and tagline, without doing their due diligence.”

Urging the brand to take down this campaign, Nagori added, “India needs to safeguard the efforts of individual artists and push back on blatant plagiarism. Let's come together to support originality, the value of creativity and give recognition where it's due."

Meanwhile, Kellog's release a new film with Milind Soman as part of the campaign.


  

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Ad industry to grow over 14% by 2023-end: Dentsu-e4m report

As per the report, digital ad spends are expected to reach 40% share this year

By exchange4media Staff | Feb 2, 2023 3:42 PM   |   4 min read

Dentsu-e4m report

The 7th edition of the dentsu-e4m Digital Advertising Report 2023 was jointly unveiled today by dentsu and the exchange4media Group in Mumbai in the presence of esteemed dignitaries.

The report highlights significant trends of 2022-23, real-time facts and figures pertaining to the entire digital domain, and covers spends and insights across all sectors. It was unveiled by Rob Gilby, CEO, dentsu APAC, Divya Karani, Media Chief Executive Officer, dentsu South Asia; Vinod Thadani, Chief Digital Growth Officer, dentsu Media & CEO iProspect; Abheek Biswas, AVP Consumer Insights, Dentsu Creative India, Dr Annurag Batra, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, BW Businessworld and Founder, exchange4media, and Nawal Ahuja, Co-Founder, exchange4media and top leadership from dentsu. 

According to the report, the advertising industry in India is poised to grow by 14.7% to reach Rs. 98,363 crore by the end of 2023. The growth can be attributed to major events such as the IPL 2023, Cricket World Cup 2023, Women’s World Cup 2023 along with FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and Assembly elections.

The dentsu-e4m Digital Advertising Report 2023 further stated that the Indian advertising industry is likely to grow at a compounded rate of 15.07% to reach Rs 1,13,575 crore by the end of 2024, while the digital advertising industry stood at a market size of Rs 29,784 crore, growing at 39.5% over 2021 and is forecasted to reach Rs 51,110 crore, with a compounded growth rate of 31%, by 2024.

Talking about the evolving digital space, the report stated that the evolution and growth of the digital economy will further catapult the growth of the Indian advertising industry, making it the fastest-growing market in the world over the next few years. The ad industry in India has grown by 18.1% in 2022, over the previous year. The industry ended the year 2022 with a market size of Rs 85,769 crore, growing at 18.1% over 2021.

A year after recovering from the pandemic, the industry is now witnessing the stabilization of the advertising space with a higher average growth rate and reinvigorated opportunities compared to the pre-pandemic era. Advertising spends in categories such as e-commerce, retail, consumer durables, pharmaceuticals and BFSI have grown the most in the past year.

The report said that by the end of 2022, television contributed the largest share of 40% (Rs 33,954 crore) to the advertising market in India, while digital media was close enough with a contribution of 35% (Rs 29,784 crore). Print media contributed 21% (Rs 18, 258 crore) to the Indian advertising market.

“Advertising spends on digital media has seen a growth of 39.5% over 2021 and is expected to reach a spends share of 40% in 2023, overriding television media and becoming the biggest media in terms of advertising share in India. This growth can be attributed to the constant improvements in the digital infrastructure which has been responsible for bringing this technology to the masses. This can be further witnessed in the usage of large screens viz. connected televisions and other unified interfaces where around a third of the content consumed is social media, OTT or gaming. The spends share of digital media is further expected to reach 45% by the end of 2024,” the report added.

“With digital media contributing the largest share of media spends, the share of television is expected to come down from the current 40% to 37% in 2023 and further to 34% by 2024. Also, the spending share of print media may drop from the current 21% to 19% by the end of 2023", it added.

Comparing the growth of digital media and TV, the report said that digital media is expected to grow further and reach a market size of Rs 39,315 crore by the end of 2023, growing at a rate of 32% and overtaking television as the largest media. It added that the rise in advertising spends on digital media can be attributed to the surge in consumption of OTT and online video, on account of higher penetration of smart devices and internet connectivity while the growth in usage of digital transactions and e-commerce is also driving advertising spends on digital media. In addition to these major factors, the growth of advertising opportunities on e-commerce and D2C platforms is pushing digital media to new heights, resulting in the rapid adoption of digital technologies among the masses, furthering the development of mass market, the dentsu-e4m report revealed.

The dentsu-e4m Digital Advertising Report 2023 attempts to capture the trends and media spends of the overall Indian Advertising industry with a special focus on the digital advertising industry.

The event has been co-powered by Criteo. Bobble AI is the Co-gold partner while Lemma is the lanyard partner.

Click here to download the dentsu-e4m Digital Advertising Report 2023:

https://e4mevents.com/dentsu-e4m-report-2023/download-report

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Personal care sector rises to top 3 in ASCI violations

As per the ASCI report, 84% of violative ads in the last two years belonged to D2C brands

By exchange4media Staff | Feb 2, 2023 1:40 PM   |   2 min read

ASCI

The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI), in its latest report titled “Objectionable ads in the Beauty & Personal Care category and the rising impact of influencer marketing & D2C brands”, says the personal care sector has emerged among the top three violators contributing to 12% of all objectionable advertisements scrutinised by ASCI.

The report says, while personal care has always been among the top ten violating categories, in the past two years, it has risen to the top three on account of high volumes of ads violating ASCI’s guidelines. The launch of influencer guidelines in May 2021 along with ASCI’s proactive monitoring using AI-based tools has added to the increased number of ads under scrutiny.

With respect to the personal care sector, in the period 2021-2022 to Q1-Q3 2022-2023, ASCI processed complaints against 1,126 advertisements in this sector versus just 347 ads in the previous two years.

The other highlights of the report are:

  • There was a 272% rise in the monthly average of ads processed in the last four years, starting from 2019.
  • 5.7% of ads in violation of the ASCI Code were from the personal hygiene category, 30.3% from the skin-care category, 24.7% from the cosmetics category, 19.4% from hair care. 17.5% of ads showcased multiple categories.
  • Social media influencers were responsible for 68% of the ads processed in the personal care category, out of which 92% violated the ASCI Code and required modifications. Of these, 77% were not contested and the voluntary compliance rate stood at 91%.
  • 84% of violative ads belonged to the D2C brands, which have a large presence on social and digital platforms.
  • 24% of total complaints across categories received at ASCI from consumers, industry and consumer organisations between Q1-Q3 in '22-'22 were for personal care ads.
  • The platform split for violative ads in personal care was Instagram (55.3%), YouTube (25.9%), Facebook (11.3%) and websites (4.8%).

Talking about the report, Manisha Kapoor, CEO & Secretary General, ASCI, said: “Personal care, particularly on digital platforms, is a high engagement space for consumers, and it is important that their interests be protected. Over the past few years, ASCI has constantly strived to update its guidelines to extend consumer protection to many emerging sectors and platforms. This, coupled with our AI based digital monitoring is making a real impact in being able to identify violations and drive compliance. We are glad that we could get in early, formulate appropriate guidelines and work towards making the online space safe for consumers.”

The other top two violators mentioned in the report were Education (26%) and Healthcare (15%) sectors.

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

L&K Saatchi & Saatchi wins Audi’s creative & digital pitch

The incumbent agency handling the account was BBH

By Neeta Nair | Feb 2, 2023 8:47 AM   |   1 min read

L&K

exchange4media has learned from reliable sources that L&K Saatchi & Saatchi from the Publicis Groupe has won the German luxury automobile brand, Audi’s creative and digital pitch in India. The pitch is believed to have been called towards the end of last year. The incumbent agency handling the account was BBH.

Earlier in 2021, L&K Saatchi & Saatchi had bagged the retail communications mandate for Audi wherein it supported the automobile manufacturer’s dealer network across India in its marketing initiatives.

exchange4media reached out to Audi, BBH and L&K Saatchi & Saatchi for a quote, but none was available at the time of filing the story.

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube

Maaza’s new film with Amitabh, Nagarjuna & Pooja Hegde talks about kindness

The ‘Aam Wali Dildaari’ campaign has been conceptualized by Ogilvy India as a part of OpenX from WPP

By exchange4media Staff | Feb 1, 2023 2:50 PM   |   3 min read

maaza

Maaza, Coca-Cola India’s homegrown mango drink, has unveiled its new ‘Aam Wali Dildaari, Bina Naam Wali Dildaari’ campaign.

The latest campaign features veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan and renowned actress Pooja Hegde, along with south-Indian superstar Nagarjuna, recently on-boarded as the new face of the brand. With this new campaign, Maaza extends its spirit of benevolence and encourages anonymous acts of kindness to spread joy and happiness. The campaign further highlights the fulfilling mango experience that brings out one’s selfless personality.

Maaza has been sharing the goodness of rich and juicy Alphonso since 1976. Believing that true generosity seeks no credit, nor any reward or fame; through its latest campaign, Maaza urges its consumers to anonymously spread joy, with acts of compassion and generosity, the company said.

Announcing the launch of the new campaign, Ajay Konale, Director Marketing, Nutrition Category, Coca-Cola India and Southwest Asia said, “Maaza is a heritage Indian brand- since 1976 and has been India’s most loved mango drink for decades. The brand has become synonymous with the unparalleled taste of real mangoes and has witnessed phenomenal growth. Through our latest campaign ‘Aam Wali Dildaari, Bina Naam Wali Dildaari’, we aim to spread the message of true happiness and joy through selfless generosity, that seeks no reward or recognition. We are also humbled to have Mr. Bachchan, Ms. Pooja Hegde and Mr. Nagarjuna onboard with us to bring alive this philosophy of selfless generosity”

The light-hearted storytelling in the TVC depicts Amitabh Bachchan/Nagarjuna as a passionate Maaza lover while Pooja Hegde is an inquisitive kind citizen who loves to take part in social service activities. The two ad films portray the spirit of Indian citizens who like to indulge in the act of generosity by contributing to society. It also highlights the message of how true generosity comes with anonymity.

Pooja Hegde said, “I am proud to be associated with Maaza for over a year now. The brand’s philosophy of true generosity and acts of kindness is something I personally relate to. The brand brings nostalgia and takes me back to my childhood days of enjoying fresh mangoes and sharing joyous moments with my loved ones.”

This campaign has been conceptualized by Ogilvy India as a part of OpenX from WPP.

Commenting on the creative insight behind the campaign, Sukesh Nayak, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy India says “This campaign brings out the beauty of anonymous generosity. The idea came from the insight on how even though culturally we are a land of generous people; we also love talking about it. But true generosity and happiness come through selfless, giving which is far sweeter. And that's what we should inculcate in our lives too. What better than having our brand ambassadors like Mr. Bachchan and Mr. Nagarjuna along with Ms. Pooja Hegde to spread this message.”

Read more news about (ad news, latest advertising news India, internet advertising, ad agencies updates, media advertising India)

For more updates, be socially connected with us on
Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Youtube