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Ranbir Kapoor and Manoj Pahwa indulge in a humorous Qawwali battle in Asian Paints' latest ad

Conceptualised by Ogilvy, the TVC showcases the benefits of ‘Asian Paints SmartCare Damp Proof’ as the ultimate saviour of homes for roof and terrace waterproofing

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With summer upon us and monsoons not far ahead, homeowners will need to prepare themselves for the rains and roof leakages that come with it.

Considering this, Asian Paints has launched a new campaign and TVC for ‘SmartCare Damp Proof’ featuring brand ambassador Ranbir Kapoor and Manoj Pahwa. The musical face-off highlights the effective solution for challenges of seasonal dampness and leakages from roofs and terraces.

In the TVC conceptualised by Ogilvy, Ranbir Kapoor, and Manoj Pahwa, indulge in a humorous Qawwali battle. They take viewers on a relatable journey of a homeowner's plight of leaky roofs and damp ceilings. The TVC goes on to showcase the benefits of ‘Asian Paints SmartCare Damp Proof’ as the ultimate saviour of homes for roof and terrace waterproofing.

The film conveys the message that the product provides a lasting solution to leakage issues, ultimately providing homeowners with a stress-free living experience.

Amit Syngle, MD and CEO, Asian Paints, said, “For decades, through our continued devotion, Asian Paints has provided homeowners with innovative solutions to create a cosy, warm and stress-free life at home.  Our unwavering commitment to our valued customers is reflected in the solutions we create for the various needs of customers. ‘Asian Paints SmartCare Damp Proof’ offers homeowners a long-lasting solution to the problem of leakage and dampness from terraces. With our latest campaign, we aim at captivating viewers' attention through a Qawwali face-off between star entertainers, Ranbir Kapoor and Manoj Pahwa to emphasize the importance of fixing leakages in a timely manner. Our endeavour is to offer solutions that customers can opt for before the monsoons knock on their door.”

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