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Dus Bahane brand posts

Topical Marketing has become these brands’ DNA and increased engagement is their objective (or manzil). Here are Dus Bahane brand posts to take your dil.

After T-Series released a cringe-worthy remixed version of the 2005 hit – Dus Bahane for Baaghi 3, the song triggered a ton of cold reactions and a meme template. The template was circulating rapidly and by the looks of it, Zomato was one of the first brand posts, followed by others.

The topical trend observed numerous brands from the Entertainment sector such as OTT platforms, production houses, TV Channels, as the theme easily fits around a scene from any of their movies or series.

Although, several from various sectors fused the light-hearted entertaining theme into their products, offerings, and more scenarios revolving the brand.

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Mahindra First Choice Services


The Big Barbeque

Bulbul Shop


Comedy Central India

Blu Smart

Mother Dairy Ice Creams



Mother Dairy

Amazon Prime Video IN

Bobble Indic Keyboard

Nick India

Netflix India

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Paanch chitti likh ke le gaye dil.

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Zee Cinema

MX Player

Living Foodz

Fox Star Hindi

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#DusBahane nahi bas ek awaaz kaafi hai! #Baaghi3

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Zomato India

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dosa bahane

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Special shout to the lyricists Vishal-Shekhar for their contribution to this trend.

If we have missed out on any of your favorite Dus Bahane brand posts, write to us at [email protected] or let us know in the comments below.


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