Nutrela Health unveils follow up to #DilKiBaat campaign

Titled #AcchaKyaHua, it aims to give a message to people on staying positive and spending quality time with family

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Aug 10, 2020 12:50 PM

Nutrela Health has recently unveiled a follow up to their campaign #DilKiBaat titled #AcchaKyaHua, in association with BC Web Wise. Like its predecessor, it aims to give a message to people on staying positive and spending quality time with family. While reinventing life has proved to be difficult for all of us, #AcckaKyaHua focuses on all the good things that happened because of the lockdown. 

With the montage of shots and anecdotes from everyday life, the short film conveys the little good things that occurred, things that otherwise go unnoticed. The script conveys the message behind the campaign: the perfect time to help with household chores, to break old habits, to figure out how else once can contribute to the family, all the while celebrating the good things with Nutrela - #AcchaKyaHua. 

The rising search for immunity boosters and the surge in looking for interesting recipes made us feel Nutrela was the perfect fit for the feel-good lockdown stories. After all, food - especially healthy and delicious food - has always been a part of our lives: whether celebrating wins, overcoming failures or even beginning to count our blessings as the lockdown days begin to blur. At Nutrela, our motto is healthy rehna simple hai

The motive behind the campaign is also to show people that there are two sides to every story. While the lockdown has been hard on everyone and has created a lot of tension - the flipside is, it has given us more time at home, more time to understand what goes on at home. And truly understand the meaning of being together and what makes a house a home. 

Darshan Panchal, General Manager, Nutrela stated “The purpose of ‘Accha Kya Hua’ is to encourage people to look into the seemingly unimportant household tasks. Such as knowing what groceries are purchased at home, and to encourage people to help out more at home, to understand what might help in boosting immunity. This is where we feel Nutrela has a part to play. While health and hygiene become an important part of our lives, Nutrela reminds you that life isn’t that complicated and staying healthy is simple.” 

Chaaya Baradhwaaj, Founder and MD, BC Web Wise added,

“The future looks uncertain and we need to do everything we can to embrace the new normal. This film wants to give people a sense of hope - and not everything is lost. Good things can still be found if we look for them.” 

Urvi Gogri, Regional Manager Client Servicing added,
“Our team went deeper with Insights which are very relatable. We wanted to tell a story from the lens of Nutrela’s business Culture. This piece of content helps us to build the community and our framework was to achieve Brand Love in this phase. It is working beautifully for us.” 

Rohit Kanojia, Film Head, BC Web Wise believes that his personal experiences and observations of lockdown fueled the thought for #AcchaKya. “Talking to my colleagues, I realized that instead of concentrating on the bad, we could simply look for the good. And so we did. Thus, #AcchaKyaHua was born.” 

Apart from the digital film, the brand has used and continues to use social media to encourage followers to talk about and share the good experiences of the lockdown - all the while reinventing popular recipes with a healthy twist.

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