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Bajaj CT100 launches new festive campaign by Leo Burnett

10-October-2015
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Bajaj CT100 launches new festive campaign by Leo Burnett

Bajaj Auto has unveiled a new campaign for Bajaj CT100, the entry level commuter bike. The campaign launch comes after the re-launch of the bike across markets in India.

Titled “Khushiyon Ka Jackpot”, the campaign by Leo Burnett portrays the joy felt by a family at the purchase of a new bike. It highlights how a new bike brings happiness to a family that has made a decision to go mobile for the first time.

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The film opens on the outside of a house in a small town in India where the festival of Dussehra is being celebrated. A man on his new CT100 smiles as his wife breaks a coconut to welcome the new acquisition. Their little son is equally happy, but moves away from the scene to watch the burning of the effigies of Ravana. He is unable to a get a sight of the burning and plonks himself down on a small rock. His father comes to the scene with his brand new CT100 and takes him for a ride to a hilly terrain. Soon the boy is delighted as he realises that his father has just got him the best seat in the town to watch the spectacle unfold.

The film’s melody “Savari Aayi hai” is sung by Bollywood playback singer Javed Ali.

Sumeet Narang, Vice President – Marketing, Bajaj Auto, said, “CT100 has been one of the most successful motorcycle launches in 2015. Having already established its impact in a span of just six months, it is time we build on the momentum and make CT100 an undisputed leader in the entry level commuter segment. In a segment that is riddled with communication talking about product benefits, this new campaign takes a differentiated stand by focusing on the intangible aspect of life – that is the happiness that comes homes with the first two-wheeler. I’m sure this creative will succeed in a big way by creating a strong emotional connect with the consumer, thus making CT100 the No.1 choice amongst the Indian populous.”

Raj Deepak Das, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett India, elaborated on the creative thought, “For an Indian family, purchase of a first bike symbolises progress and prosperity. It gives them a sense of joy, happiness and the hope that they will continue to move forward strongly on the path of success. With this campaign we wanted to demonstrate that and bring alive the emotion of happiness and the spontaneity that a new bike brings to an Indian family.”

Apart from TV, this campaign will be supported by print and digital. Leo Burnett’s focus will be to make #KhushiyonKaJackpot a sustainable property for the brand.

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