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Halloween brand creatives

Welcome to the Haunted House. Today we take a trip through the most terrifying Halloween brand creatives. *Lights turn off* You decide when you enter but the spirits decide when you leave.

While Halloween is not as prevalent in India, as it is in the West, but it is fairly popular among the younger lots, and a brand joining the spooky social conversations with creatives, is not as unusual as seeing a ghost.

Halloween’s origins date back to an ancient Celtic festival. The Celts lived in (now) Ireland, UK about 2,000 years ago. Despite originating from one country, the festival is celebrated globally, which is also extended with virtual celebrations on social media.

Halloween customs are thought to have been influenced by folk culture & beliefs, many of which have altered with time or fused with other traditions.

Pumpkins carved into jack-o-lanterns, tricks & treats, costumes, and many more of such traditions and customs that darken the most spine-chilling season of the year have been tapped by the brands.

Ingeniously fusing the scary Halloween symbols into their products like Pizza Hut, narrating horror stories like ixigo, sensing the hair-raising truth like Yulu, and hosting a costume party like Rajasthan Royals.

More brands carve the topical posts with horrifying themes. Let the trip begin.

There’s someone with a sinister smile looking over your shoulder.

Also Read: Burger King Campaigns bringing the Halloween spirit to life

Pizza Hut India



Durex India

Mutual Funds Sahi Hai

Dineout India

Rajasthan Royals


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We are a facts page now. ?

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KFC India

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Nothing scares us more. #HappyHalloween

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Manforce Condoms

McDonald’s India

Zomato India

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beat this ?

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Nature’s Basket

Warner Music India

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