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12-24-2010, 09:06 AM #1
2010: Top 10 ads featuring B-Town actors
Aamir Khan and Jaqueline Fernandez
Some of the best ads in 2010, which featured Bollywood stars...In this Titan watches ad, Aamir Khan turns into a real charmer where he pretends to be someone else to dance with the pretty Jaqueline.
The Khushbu Gujarat Ki ad done by Big B fell into a bit of political controversy as soon as it hit the small screen.
Deepika Padukone as the slightly suspicious but endearing neighbour rocked the Nescafe advertisement on TV.
In this new series of IDEA mobile ads, Abhishek Bachchan does not really have too much of dialogue delivery and his co-stars do most of talking. But, the concept of each of the ads is well thought of.
Romance has a new address - Imran Khan's balcony in the new Coca Cola ad. Using the shadowgraphy concept, the ad takes a spin on the classic concept of romance to weave an interesting story around the product.
Pepsi ads along the years have always been emphasising on the brand's connect with the youth. The makers of the ad dexterously portray Ranbir Kapoor given his popularity among the youngsters. In the ad, Ranbir is shown hilariously intervening when a close friend wants to get out of a sticky situation.
Aamir in this Mahindra bike ad not only endorses a brand but also doubles up to spread awareness against careless driving. An intellegent conceptualisation that uses the actor's image as a straight and smart talking individual.
Saif Ali Khan
Saif has been endorsing the brand since many years now and in the new Lays chips ad, Saif is conned by a group of his friends into sharing his 'big bag' of potato chips.
Ranbir Kapoor and Genelia D'Souza
This Virgin Mobile ad also banks on the stereotypical idea of chasing the love interest and Ranbir and Genelia put up a good performance. Also watching model Diana Penty shimmy in her short, sexy dress makes watching the ad more entertaining.
Shah Rukh Khan
In this Pappu and Papa campaign ad for Pepsodent, both SRK and the young boy who plays his son do a funny take on oral germs and dental care. The ad scores on the cute-ness quotient....being a human...