Campaigns and creatives for Holi 2022 that splashed with vibrant colors
With Holi 2022 Campaigns & Creatives, the symbolism of colors is seen not only on the streets of India but also on social media feeds.
For the past few years, Holi has been a ‘touch-me-not’ affair. The vibrancy of colors has been a predominant theme in Holi 2022 campaigns and creatives this year. Several creatives are adjacent to reviving nostalgic memories, including classic elements, happy experiences with loved ones, ancient traditions, and other such unchanging themes.
Bumble India, McDonald’s India, and other such brands paint the town with gulaal, while Netflix India gives a Holi twist to a popular show.
OnePlus India couples a product introduction with a festival, encouraging customers to enjoy colors by capturing them with the brand’s current offering.
Zomato created artwork depicting the scene of the streets.
Seagram Imperial Blue is celebrating Holi with Colors channel stars, bringing its #MenWillBeMen campaign to a new level. Rubina Dilaik, Karan Kundra, Nishant Bhat, and Umar Riaz are among the Bigg Boss contestants featured in the commercial. The wacky commercial is all about celebrations and friendships.
The State Bank of India is giving its Twitter followers the chance to get colorful postcards from the wonders of India as part of an engaging campaign. The initiative asks Twitter users to choose a color and receive a festive digital card in that color.
Come join us this Holi as we celebrate India’s many colorful beauties.
The message is heartwarming. “Jo rang bachpan lautaye, woh rang achhe hain” forces us to consider the barriers that prevent us from keeping our childhood alive.
Surf excel is back with a Holi campaign, like it is every year, to support its distinctive ‘Daag Achhe Hain’ brand concept. The new 360-degree campaign depicts a sweet gesture by a young girl to include her aunt in the joyous celebration amongst children.
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