Thanks to Dharam Valia from 180 Degree Corp., (a creative hot-shop that offers through-the-line communication solutions) Mumbai for sending in this campaign done for the new and revamped version of Mid-Day! The local favorite news daily from Mumbai
The campaign creatives attempts to capture change through 'slice of life' visuals juxtaposing the change. Take for instance a shot of a young girl walking by a PCO, but is merrily chatting on her cellphone. A line reading "Naya PCO" connects this visual to a shot of the 'Naya' Mid Day. Similarly, "Naya Sachin" captures this change by depicting a bunch of kids religiously cricketing away at Shivaji Park with the batsman donning a Dhoni tee-shirt. "Naya Hollywood" takes a dig at bollywood by candidly projecting a worker installing a hoarding of the 'inspired' movie "Fight Club". The mall mania also finds itself being the subject of "Naya Mill" where one sees shoppers amidst High Street Phoenix.
I really don't know how many visitors from the international arena will understand this campaign. But what do the others think? Think it works? Keep those comments coming!