Symphony comes up with new ad films
The ad films are conceptualised and directed by Manoj Tapadia, who is the writer behind popular Bollywood films like Cheeni Kum and Manorama Six Feet Under
Air-cooler company Symphony has launched its fresh advertising campaign. The fresh series of ad films highlight Symphony’s quality, innovation and market position. With humour as the main tool, the ad films showcase the advanced technology, operative power and unique features of the air-coolers that make Symphony synonymous to ‘cooling.’
The new ad film series aims to achieve brand salience and boost affinity for Symphony’s innovations. To the target audience, the ads emphasise Symphony coolers’ cooling effectiveness story in a fun, engaging and entertaining way. There is use of comedy as a natural choice in the films as it builds a repeat and recall value for the brand.
The setup of the film series has two security guards who lead the stories to intrigue the audience, tickle their funny bones and introduce Symphony’s features in a manner that's gentle and not forceful. To weave all this together a creative device was needed which could strongly depict the value. The building security guards who usually work outdoors are the best choice of storytellers as they best appreciate the effectiveness of the air-coolers.
The campaign rides on the thought ‘Pankhe Jitti Bijli mein, Simla Jitti Thandi’ which literally means, in the running cost of a fan, get Shimla like cooling. In order to stress on this point. We see the senior security guard in every film saying “I injist” meaning ‘I insist’ in his desperate attempt to flaunt his prowess with the English language.
The ad films are conceptualised and directed by Manoj Tapadia, who is the writer behind popular Bollywood films like Cheeni Kum and Manorama Six Feet Under. The film’s production house is Offroad Films. The launch will be supported by a television, digital, print and outdoor campaign, each of which will resonate brandSymphony owning the cooling space.
On the launch, Manoj Tapadia, director New Symphony Films, says “The idea behind the ads is to do a campaign with different variants of the coolers and emphasise their unique features but keeping effective cooling as the central theme. We have purposely used totally unrelated characters rather than direct consumers to bring out strong messaging. We wanted to create cute, memorable but totally believable characters and tell the stories through situational comedy.”
Symphony’s President Sales & Marketing, Rajesh Mishra, says, “Symphony owns the ‘cooling’ space in India. The company has been instrumental in inventing and developing cutting-edge air-cooling products that have helped cool consumers across generations. Symphony’s air-coolers have the widest demographics with usage across age-groups, geographies, social-classes, income groups and so on. Our aim is to consolidate our strength and reinforce market dominance by continuous innovation.”
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