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March 2012
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Print advertisment created by Ogilvy, India for MTR, within the category: Food.

So spicy, you'll run out of tears.
MTR Spicy Pickle Mixed Vegetable

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy, India
National Creative Directors: Piyush Pandey, Rajiv Rao, Abhijit Avasthi
Executive Creative Director: Joono Simon
Creative Director: Shamik Sen Gupta
Art Director: Vinci Raj
Copywriters: Sangeetha Shirali, Sushantika
Illustrator: Anoop & Siva
Account Management: Tithi Ghosh, Pradeep Rao, Ishita Chowdhury
Other credits: Joshi, Anil, Nidhin, Retheesh, Yamini, Ayelin, Gopi, Pandiyan

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Khodays's picture
Khodays
Activity Score 20

Wow can't capture Indian sentiments better than this. Well done!

makelogobigger's picture
makelogobigger
Activity Score 470

nice take on the spicy factor !

snyderfox's picture
snyderfox
Activity Score 6

awesome way to show the tears part !!

arvin's picture
arvin
Activity Score 341

"SHAME ON YOU GUYS" when ur commenting on your works.

gadgets's picture
gadgets
Activity Score 1063

Indian movies... :)

shatru's picture
shatru
Activity Score 101

our movies always brings tears!! again a nice take :D

Hadrons's picture
Hadrons
Activity Score 6041

What with all these immature comments to a below average ad ??!

THERE'S NO HEAVIER BURDEN THAN A GREAT POTENTIAL

creativegodown's picture
creativegodown
Activity Score 252

Idea: BELOW AVERAGE. Execution: GOOD.

All the good comments are from the agency who did this.

everartz's picture
everartz
Activity Score 7609

hehehe... i like it :))

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geraldanith's picture
geraldanith
Activity Score 97

Brilliant insight, and an awesome execution to go with it :)

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Artosarus
Activity Score 20

Funny idea! Great illustration!

ARTOSARUS

Khodays's picture
Khodays
Activity Score 20

Wow can't capture Indian sentiments better than this. Well done!

Khodays's picture
Khodays
Activity Score 20

Wow can't capture Indian sentiments better than this. Well done!

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