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Cannes Lions 2022: The incredible Indian performance in numbers
Cannes Lions 2022: 50 shortlists for India on Day-3
Cannes Lions 2022: India secures two shortlists in Glass
Ogilvy Mumbai bags 7 metals at Clio International Awards 2022
Facing backlash for endorsing Vimal Elaichi, Akshay Kumar apologises
Here's why Hyundai installed a 30-feet installation near Delhi's IGI airport
Gender pay disparity is a reality but are brands acknowledging it when it comes to their endorsers?
Ogilvy Mumbai bags 63 shortlists at The One Show 2022
Housing.com to double its ad spends in 2022; bets high on IPL
In-depth: How IPL 2022 has become the biggest stage for creative minds to present their magnum opus
Dunzo, CoinSwitch, PhonePe, Spotify & Tinder give Shah Rukh Khan business suggestions as he runs short of ideas for SRK+ app
Jealous of Disney+ Hotstar’s success, Shah Rukh Khan dunks Anurag Kashyap’s phone in ‘daal’ in latest video
In Digital
Cola ads are back, but where is the impact?
How Disney+ Hotstar created ripples with its ‘SRK+ app’ teaser
In OTT
Shah Rukh Khan teams up with Disney+ Hotstar; Salman Khan teases fans calling SRK+ an OTT app
In OTT
A23 launches “Chalo Saath Khelein” campaign featuring Shah Rukh Khan
Thums Up ropes in Shah Rukh Khan for a ‘toofani’ campaign
Multi-gaming platform A23 ropes in Shah Rukh Khan as its brand ambassador
In Digital
Shah Rukh Khan takes four Indian Women cricketers for a drive for Hyundai’s Alcazar campaign
Taboola reveals the most read news topics by Indian digital readers in 2021
In Digital
Voice and AI are going to be a big thing in the years ahead, says Anil Nair of VMLY&R
WPP India revenue up 7.1% in July-Sep quarter versus 2019
In-depth: To minimise negative impact, brand-celebrity contracts are now made more ‘social media controversy-proof’
Cadbury Celebrations reinvents ‘NotJustACadburyAd’ with SRK, wins hearts for promoting local businesses
Pan-masala brands may have to leave the idea of using celebrities, say experts