Brands fight different kinds of evil this Dussehra

Dussehra brand posts

Dussehra brand posts light up the socioverse by giving consumers ten reasons to consume their products.

Dussehra brand posts 2019 witnessed more of static creatives and animated short-video posts, rather than the long format video campaigns observed during Durga Puja.

As Dussehra holds mighty significance in Hindu Mythology, this festival’s iconic traits such as ‘victory of good over evil’, Lord Ram’s arrow, Raavan and his ten heads and more have been familiar to the Indian audience. These traits have been merged in brand creatives.

Pregakem, MamyPoko Pants, Unilever Diaries India, Ventallout, Reliance Smart Money, and more tapped the theme of Raavan’s each head representing an evil that revolves around not using the brands’ products.

Several brands also tapped an altered version of Raavan’s ten heads and many more touch upon other attributes of the festival.

Havells India touch bases with Ramayana’s recognizable scene to promote their wires. Happydent sticks to their classic theme of ‘sparkling smile’ to win over evil.

More brands such as Swiggy, Mumbai Metro, McDonald’s India, SonyLIV, Volvo Cars India, Tinder India, and more celebrate the fiesta with virtuous promotions.

Also Read: Durga Puja Campaigns come bearing important messages

McDonald’s India

Tinder India

Happydent India

ixigo

Havells

SanDisk India

Godrej Properties Limited

Berger Paints India

JSW Group

Pregakem

Pulse

SMAAASH

Dunkin’ Donuts India

The Blue Oven

MTV Beats

Lenskart

MamyPoko India

Volvo Cars India

SonyLIV

Unilever Diaries India

Ventallout

NokScoot IN

TicTac India

GRD Protein

Odomos India

Borges India

SaveLIFE Foundation

Too Yumm!

My Shopping Box India

FujifilmX India

reliancesmartmoney.com

Shaadi.com

R City Mall

Vision Express

Swiggy

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Mumbai Metro

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