'Modern life is all about the little escapes', says MSM
Multi Screen Media (MSM) released three new commercials, taglined "Mazey ke break lo, kahin bhi dekh lo", for their video-on-demand brand, Sony LIV. Conceptualised by Havas Worldwide, the key message in the ads is derived from a consumer behavior study which revealed that today's consumers are hard-pressed for time and like their entertainment in byte-sizes, on the go.
Nitesh Kripalani, Executive Vice President- New Media, Business Development and Digital/Syndication, Sony Entertainment Network, said, "Today, India is defined by time crunches, personal and professional pressures and long work hours. The only way to deal with this everyday stress is to carve out some time for a little break. We at Sony LIV want to make these breaks as entertaining as possible for Indian consumers."
Shavon Barua, President - West and South, Havas Worldwide Mumbai, said,"Time is the biggest luxury for the young urban consumers of today. They like their entertainment in byte sizes on-the-go. This segment of young urban consumers is the potential early adopters for Sony LIV. The most pleasant thing in their time-crunched life is a short break worth its time. That's how we arrived at the campaign idea; 'Mazey ke break lo, kahin bhi dekh lo'. Quirky humour and exaggeration have been used in the campaign to be memorable. The key take away is that 'Modern life is all about the little escapes'!"
Watch the Jawab campaign here.
Watch the Burglar campaign here.
Client: Multi Screen Media
Creative Agency: Havas Worldwide
Creative Team: Vivek Rao, Ajeet Shukla, Nandini Biswas
Account Management: Gaurav Soi, Divya Sethi
Account Planning: Archana Iyer
Production House: Abstract Films
Director: Parikshit Vaidya
Producer: Bijoy Dowerah and Maxen Chakalakal
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