BL Agro Industries Limited, one of the rapidly growing edible oils and food products company in India, has launched its new television commercial, starring the power-packed trio from the movie ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’, to advocate the 50-year-old brand, ‘Bail Kolhu’. The commercial moves around the life stories of the three actors – Manoj Bajpayee, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Pankaj Tripathi, who came out of the grind to become somebody from nobody. This only became possible due to their hard work, grit and determination and their commitment to deliver the best – characteristics that resemble with the values of ‘Bail Kolhu’ – the brand that initiated with a humble beginning but today, has made a distinguished name for itself.

The TVC designed by Leads Brands Connect, a multi-dimensional creative agency, has been introduced on the national television channels and plans to roll out the 360-degree communication via print and digital media in the coming months. The company also made public its social media campaign on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Talking about the launch of the TVC, Ghanshyam Khandelwal, CMD, BL Agro, stated- “Bail Kolhu is the company’s flagship product. With over four decades of supreme taste and consistent quality, Bail Kolhu enjoys a leadership position across many markets. The success of Bail Kolhu is the result of many decades of hard work as well as our commitment to deliver only the purest mustard oil. Just like the real-life stories of our brand ambassadors, the journey of Bail Kolhu started from a very small scale, went through hardships and faced many challenges in its journey. But, with passion and determination, it managed to reach the position where it is today.”

Sharing his view regarding the different creative approach of the TVC, Sanjay Srivastava, CEO, Leads Brand Connect informed- “It’s unlike any other cooking oil TVC you will find in the country. Firstly, it has a multi-starrer male cast which is unseen and unexplored in the category. Secondly, it’s very focussed on the brand personality rather than sales promotions. You will hardly see any oil shots or cooking shots in the film. The strategy was to celebrate the iconic image of the brand and thus the entire tonality was created around what the brand has achieved over the years.”

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