Nescafé has launched a new TVC, which has premiered on Youtube. The popular coffee brand this time along brews a fresh concept that has an underlying message of being the success partner of the masses. The advertisement was posted on the official Nescafé Facebook page and Twitter on the 6th of September and has received a very happy response from the users.
The film takes us through the journey of a struggling comedian who refuses to give up on his passion and eventually turns one of his biggest drawbacks into a unique ability that strengthens his resolve to make it big.
Rishi, the main protagonist played by Hussain Dalal’s ultimate goal is to become a standup comedian. However, he often finds himself in testing situations on stage because he stammers. He tries everything possible to impress his audiences but gets limited due to his inability to communicate like others.
With a cup of Nescafé as his sole silent partner in this struggle of grit and resolve he tries to overcome this weakness of his day after day by observing his friends family and landlord, in order to come up with humorous content based around them and his weakness of stuttering.
This new campaign is extended on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #ItAllStarts. A series of posts acted as a built up to the campaign and were all subtly associated with the branding of the product.
Users have been commenting and tweeting with the hashtag, creating a positive sentiment about the brand on social media. #Tag, #ItAllStarts was also trending all over India on twitter. Users are all praises for the concept of the advertisement.
We have seen a growing trend of online users jumping onto social media platforms to express their sentiment about TVCs.
Popular Twitter comedians and celebrities have appreciated the act as well.
The video has already received over 3.2 millions views and is growing at a fast pace. The video also trended on YouTube. Hussain Dalal has indeed portrayed the emotions of a million brilliantly. The TVC is sure becoming a star TVC amongst the social media crowd.