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Insane Indian Advertisement Slogans vs. Reality

Published on: 1/02/20 7:01 PM

Indian Ad Slogans and their Reality straight from the horse mouth, Aap Ki Janta ki Zubaani

 

Indians really know how to screw up punchlines. This is apparent when you see advertisers coming up with the most insane or bizarre slogans. Take one of the original slogans of Polo for instance; “The mint with a hole”….

Was that supposed to be a slogan or a product description?

Here are some other wacky slogans and taglines, and how they translate into reality.

      1. Thums Up “Aaj Kuch Toofani Karte Hai”

Our all time favourite ad slogan vs reality - Thms up Aaj Kuch Toofani Karte Hai

Slogan Reality: Yes, it is true. Drinking Thums Up can cause some very Toofani dakaars.

      2.  Asian paints “Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai”

Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai - Our Take on the This Ad Slogan and its reality

Reality: I had coated my house walls with Asian Paints too.  After one year, ab mera ghar chillata hai, “Phir se paint karao”.

       3.  Raymond, “The Complete Man”

The Complete Man - Ad Slogan Doesn't improve chances of getting job - Reality!!!!

Reality: So does that mean wearing a Raymond will make a guy a man? Cause no matter how many times my boyfriend wears a Raymond, he just can’t get off his ass and find a job.

    4. HDFC Std. Life “Jiyo Sar Utha Ke”

Jiyo Sar Utha Ke - Ad Slogan Dekhne Ke liye Sar Nahi Uth Raha - Reality Hai ki Katza Chuka Ke Zukh Gaya Hoon

Ad Slogan Reality: Premium bharte bharte kamar hi toot gayi. Ab sar uthane ki naubat kaha rahi?

     5. Kit Kat “Have A Break”

Breakups Have Incresed after this Ad Slogan Popped up among Millenials - Reality Check

Slogan Reality: Waiting for the day when Boss looks at me eating a Kit Kat and say “Take a break”. Never happens.

       6. Mentos, “Dimaag Ki Batti Jala De”

Mentos has become a blessing for YouTubers - Dimaag ka pata nahi  bottle coca cola ki laga deta hai mentos

Reality: Waiting for the day when my boyfriend eats a Mentos and finally says, “Oooh, I should look for a job.” Never happens.

And that is just the tip of the iceberg, my friends!

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Aparajita Dey

Aparajita Dey

Aparajita Dey; a young passionate thinker and writer. She prefers the paper over words to make a point.

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