Bollywood actor Nawauddin Siddiqui has recently been creating waves in the sub-continent with his talented acting skills. After successful roles in Bajrangi Bhaijan and Raees, he is back once again to win your heart.
This time he is featured in an air conditioner ad by Kenwood alongside Man Mayal starer Ayesha Khan and both have a chemistry every Pakistani couple can relate to.
Last year, Kenwood started a series of ads in a campaign they named ‘Khush Raho’. Continuing the success of the campaign, Kenwood is back with its story focused ads once again and this is the first of their 2017 series.
The TVC features the couple returning from a function where Siddiqui is shown being more concerned about how some other woman was dressed up rather than focusing on his wife Ayesha.
In 2014, we initiated an idea. It was to use actors in a story based commercial which connected at an emotional level with the consumer rather than shout out the benefits of the product. We took a bet on the story and engagement rather than flair and pizzazz. And we won.This idea has grown steadily. In our journey, we have won multiple awards for our client and it is this trust that has enabled us to grow our ideas and shoot with world class actors who help us take the story to another dimension. iD Creations is proud to present our first ad of the new Kenwood series with Mr. Nawaz uddin Siddiqui and Ayesha Khan. Heres to many more.
Опубликовано iDcreations 2 февраля 2017 г.
When he realizes that he has said more than required, Siddiqui immediately starts sweating as his wife starts asking him tough questions that she is sure he can’t answer.
That’s when Kenwood rolls the footage of their new DC inverter AC, telling people that sweating can occur anytime but their AC can help by controlling the temperature when required.
This isn’t the first time a Bollywood actor has been featured in a Pakistani ad. Previously names like Nargis Fakhri, Sonam Kapoor, Imran Hashmi, Juhi Chawla, Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez and more have been part of Pakistani campaigns.